A wellbeing practitioner will provide one to one practical mental health and wellbeing support, guidance and advice to children and young people facing mental health, emotional wellbeing, professional, educational, social and behavioural concerns.
The aim of the service is to improve young people's psychological wellbeing by building resilience, promoting positive practices, adaptive coping skills and raising awareness of how to get help if their mental health deteriorates.
Per CAMHS service tiers, this is an early intervention (tier 1), rather than counselling (tier 2). The role may also include targeted group work with a number of young people which focus on particular concerns or issues.
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Invictus Wellbeing Services Community Interest Company is registered in England and Wales No: 09607819
Registered Address: Invictus Wellbeing, E323, E Mill, Dean Clough Mills, Halifax, West Yorkshire, HX3 5AX
Organisational member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) No: 275663