We offer bespoke mental and emotional health and wellbeing programmes and support to meet the needs and demands of every school.
We offer the Complete School Wellbeing package which not only offers children and young people support but also promotes a 'whole school approach' to positive mental health.
Established in 2015, Invictus Wellbeing Services work across the UK, delivering high quality emotional health and wellbeing support services in schools & educational settings.
Our mission is to ensure all children and young people have access to mental and emotional health support within their own school.
We believe that an approach which focuses on prevention and early intervention allows children and young people to develop confidence, resilience and awareness which leads to a positive approach to mental health.
We ensure that by providing training, support and information to parents, teachers & students, our children and young people have the tools and support they need in the crucial phase of their development.
- Three children in every average secondary school class have a diagnosable mental health problem.
- 67 Children a day are helped by Childline for suicidal thoughts and feelings.
- 75% of mental health problems stem from difficulties in childhood and adolescence.
We have seen a huge rise in the demand for our services over the last 5 years and this is why it is critical that children and young people are able to access the support they need in a safe, non-judgmental environment.
Using a humanistic counselling approach and therapeutic tools, we help professionals, teachers and students understand and deal with their emotional health and wellbeing.
We offer a range of services which include one-to-one support, peer mentoring, parent/guardian support and workshops/training sessions.
How we help young people
All of our wellbeing advisers offer non-judgemental and confidential support sessions which aim to identify problems and issues early , understand them and look for ways to resolve them or limit their impact.
We focus on the individual and collaboratively identify problems and solutions. This gives the student ownership over their approach to improving mental health which leads to an increase in confidence, resilience and commitment to education.
Each school we work in has a designated wellbeing adviser who liaises within the school's pastoral support network to ensure we can provide the most effective interventions for students.
We use a dynamic approach to meet the needs of the school and offer a bespoke prevention, early intervention and parallel mental and emotional health and wellbeing structure.