News: ‘Me-Time’, a Free Counselling Service for Young People with experience of prejudice or discrimination

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The Grampian Regional Equality Council (GREC) ‘Me-Time Counselling Service for Children and Young People‘ provides specific, dedicated support and counselling to children and young people affected by prejudice incidents, discrimination, harassment and bullying on grounds of:

  • Race (includes Gypsy Traveller Community and Migrant Community)
  • Disability
  • Gender
  • Religion/Belief
  • Sexual Orientation
  • Age
  • Transgender

The project covers Moray and is free to access. Referrals can be made by teachers, parents, school nurses, social workers, GPs, and by children and young people themselves.

The service is provided by a team of professionally trained volunteer counsellors with a post graduate diploma in counselling, who are members of BACP (British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy) and/or COSCA(Confederation of Scottish Counselling Agencies), and who have training and experience in counselling children and young people.

To make an appointment, please contact:

Molinda Thomson, Counselling Service Manager, GREC,  41 Union Street,  Aberdeen,  AB11 5BN

Tel:  01224 595505  Mobile:  0777 184 8396





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