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Are you a young woman looking to talk through your problems?

Are you a young woman looking to talk through your problems?

by Danielle Thompson (May 2020)

ARE you a young woman aged 14-18 who would like to speak to an experienced counsellor about your worries or problems?

The Swan Women’s Centre’s Young Women’s Counselling Service for those aged 14 – 18 years who live in Sefton or Liverpool.

A spokesperson for the charity which is based on Linacre Road in Litherland, said: “The world is currently in a place we are struggling to understand and process; everything we knew feels different and uncertain.

“Our one-to-one counselling service offers young women a regular and confidential time to talk to an experienced counsellor about worries or problems they may be experiencing.

“These may be uncertainty, low self-esteem, feelings of isolation, depression, anxiety, stress or bereavement. Many young women are struggling with how they feel, perhaps experiencing problems with friends, family, school, college or work. They may feel anxious, depressed, angry or scared and need someone to talk things though and support them without feeling judged; counselling can make a positive difference.

“We are working in a new way at the current time, using telephones and e-counselling.

“Swan Women’s Centre is a charity that has been supporting women for over 30 years. We provide a range of services and support to enable women aged 14 years + to achieve good mental health and enhance their sense of well-being.”

For more information and press enquiries email counsellor Sue McGregor at YPCounsellor@swanwomenscentre.org or call 0151 933 3292.

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