The work of Lifelink Youth is an experiential, client centred, whole person approach using Emotional Literacy principles as a basis for its’ work. Any young person can benefit whether they have problems or not.
We offer a service for Young People aged 10-18 yrs through groupwork programmes and 1-1 support and counselling. We help them to recognise and manage their own feelings and develop skills and capabilities to deal with life and cope with challenges.
We take our services to the places and venues where Young People already are and work closely with a number of organisations including: Schools, Youth Health services, Social Work and various voluntary and statutory agencies supporting children, young people and families.
Four key areas of Emotional Literacy are:
We also carry out training for other agencies and organisations.
Call 0141 552 4434.
Lifelink Youth has a new service, our ‘Roving Emotional Resilience’ programme or RER, which is funded by the Big Lottery “Life Transitions” programme and is aimed at achieving powerful and enduring change in young people’s lives.
The RER service is working in partnership with existing services providing additional support to vulnerable Looked After & Accommodated young people citywide. The aim being to assist them to develop emotional resilience, confidence and coping skills at a key time of change in their lives, as they move from being looked after or in care through adolescence to adulthood and independence.