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Mental Health



For children who have been through trauma, the impact can be profound and far reaching. It can lead to depression, generalised anxiety disorder, nightmares, sleeping and eating issues, difficulties with academic or social skills and even physical symptoms such as aches and pains. On this pathway, our counsellor will support the young person to process their trauma and help them understand its connection with their ongoing difficulties. They’ll be given space to heel and build their resilience in order to face future adversity.

Length of treatment
12 sessions delivered weekly.

Clinical Prerequisites
None required

Referral Criteria
For pupils who may have experienced:

  • Abuse.
  • Neglect.
  • Domestic Violence.
  • Adverse childhood experiences (ACESs).
  • A traumatic event.
  • Serious accident or illness.
  • Refugee/war experiences.

What we will work on

  • Give space to explore the trauma.
  • Psycho-educate on trauma responses in order to understand their own response.
  • Process unresolved feelings around the trauma.
  • Enable the pupil to envisage their own future success and happiness, despite the trauma.

What we want to accomplish

  • Lower anxiety and depression levels (as measured on RCAD).
  • Improved mood and energy levels.
  • Improved sleep routine and appetite.
  • More able to understand and regulate emotions.
  • More able to engage with everyday life.

If you are not a Mable customer click here to access these pathways for your students.