by Lifelink ( Mentoring, Mental Health Issues, Children & Families )
Mentoring is a confidential, one-to-one relationship in which an individual uses a more experienced person as a sounding board for guidance. It is a protected, non-judgemental relationship which facilitates a wide range of learning, experimentation and development.
Lifelink offers one-to-one mentoring services as an alternative to counselling in North West and South Glasgow. If you are a young person who lives in either of these areas and think you could benefit from mentoring, read below to find out how to access our services.
If you live in North West Glasgow, are aged 11-16 and meet two or more of the below criteria:
At risk of offending and/or antisocial behaviour
Displaying behaviour which raises concern for 6 months or more
Not identified as a persistent offender
speak to your school about how you can access Lifelink’s mentoring services.
If you are a young person living in Glasgow South and feel you could benefit from mentoring, phone our office or submit a referral.
Referrals can also be made by agencies, schools, parents and carers. The client must go through an initial assessment with one of our experienced counsellors before being given an appointment.
Last updated 25 Oct 2018, 8:44 a.m.
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