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Under 5s
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Jacob

Jacob is 3 years old and a lively, noisy little boy who loves the outdoors and messy play. His parents Lynn and Jason are becoming increasingly concerned about Jacob’s eating habits and his behaviour at mealtimes.

School-age children

Freya

Freya is a sweet and clever eight year-old girl who loves to dance. She is very popular with all her friends. She lives with her mother Leean and her grandmother Amira. Since her parents separated a year ago, Amira has noticed that Freya worries a lot.

Teenagers

Josh

Josh is fifteen. He used to be a happy, carefree boy with a great sense of humour, always telling jokes. For at least six months he has been feeling that his life is out of control, and sometimes feels it is pointless.

New Parent Support Course – Calm and Connected

Is your preteen child struggling with their emotions?

Clinical Psychologist, Dr Lucy Russell is about to launch her new online course called “Calm and Connected”.  The 35 day course for parents is a step by step guide in how to help your child manage emotions like anger and stress.

Updated 19th January

Lockdown and Availability update

Lockdown:  The clinic will remain open for when zoom is not as effective.  The existing safety measure will remain in place.

Online courses – see above

Availability for new families

  • We currently have two spaces with our Counsellor, Hayley.  This would be suitable for young people aged 14-23 with: General, social and health anxiety; Low mood and self-esteem; Depression, stress and self-defeating behaviours; Anger and behavioural difficulties and experiences of trauma; Bereavement – grief and loss or Relationships or bullying and friendship issues.

    Hayley would also be happy to see parents of children already seeing psychologists at Everlief.

    If you would like to learn more about this please give Mike a call on 01494 521332

  • Clinical psychology:  Unfortunately we currently do not have space but aim to re-open our waiting list at some point in March Please do contact us again then. In the meantime please do try ACHIPPP: https://www.achippp.org.uk or see if our parenting site can provide you with some ideas – https://theyarethefuture.co.uk/.
  • Educational psychology: We are not taking new names until we know when schools will be returning
  • Autism assessments: We are not taking new names until half term

24/7 helpline for any young person/ family in Bucks and Oxfordshire who have mental health concerns: 01865 904 998.

www.everlief.co.uk

Updated 19th January

Lockdown and Availability update

Lockdown:  The clinic will remain open for when zoom is not as effective.  The existing safety measure will remain in place.

Online courses – see above

Availability for new families

  • We currently have two spaces with our Counsellor, Hayley.  This would be suitable for young people aged 14-23 with: General, social and health anxiety; Low mood and self-esteem; Depression, stress and self-defeating behaviours; Anger and behavioural difficulties and experiences of trauma; Bereavement – grief and loss or Relationships or bullying and friendship issues.

    Hayley would also be happy to see parents of children already seeing psychologists at Everlief.

    If you would like to learn more about this please give Mike a call on 01494 521332

  • Clinical psychology:  Unfortunately we currently do not have space but aim to re-open our waiting list at some point in March Please do contact us again then. In the meantime please do try ACHIPPP: https://www.achippp.org.uk or see if our parenting site can provide you with some ideas – https://theyarethefuture.co.uk/.
  • Educational psychology: We are not taking new names until we know when schools will be returning
  • Autism assessments: We are not taking new names until half term

24/7 helpline for any young person/ family in Bucks and Oxfordshire who have mental health concerns: 01865 904 998.

Worry and Anxiety During the Pandemic

This article re-visits strategies Dr Lucy Russell wrote about at the beginning of “lockdown” in March 2020. The course of the pandemic has changed but many adults and children continue to experience heightened worry and anxiety.

Managing anxiety and worry from Coronavirus / Covid-19
Managing anxiety and worry from Coronavirus / Covid-19

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Worry and Anxiety

During the Pandemic

This article re-visits strategies Dr Lucy Russell wrote about at the beginning of “lockdown” in March 2020. The course of the pandemic has changed but many adults and children continue to experience heightened worry and anxiety.

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