YMCA East Surrey’s Wellbeing Coordinators offer support to children and young people, aged 8-18, to help support mental health and emotional wellbeing.
When a child or young person is referred, a Wellbeing Coordinator will meet with them to help identify goals and achieve positive change through an outcome-based approach.
Support might include:
- Regular 1:1 meetings (up to 8 weeks) or small group support
- Getting tailored advice and guidance
- Help to access relevant resources
- Help to attend local groups
- Finding other support in the local community
The Wellbeing Coordinator can support young people with a range of emotional and mental health challenges such as anxiety, low mood, emotion management, bullying, loss, self-esteem, body image, friendship and relationship issues, as well as many other concerns.
Where we work
Meetings will take place somewhere where the young person feels comfortable, that could be at home, in school, online, at a YMCA East Surrey centre or elsewhere in the local community.
We cover the following areas: Epsom & Ewell, Reigate & Banstead, Tandridge.
Requests for support
Currently, the Community Wellbeing Team are only receiving requests for support through the Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services Access and Advice Team. Requests come to this team from various sources including, GPs and other health professionals, schools and social care professionals.
Get in touch
If you would like to know more about what we can offer, prior to seeking a request for support, please get in touch with us: