Young Peoples Counselling Service (YPCS) – having recently celebrated their 20 year anniversary – bridge the gap by offering free, accessible counselling from fully trained and qualified counsellors. The charity is a non-government funded charity relying solely on charitable donations, and yet, in 2017 the team helped and supported 158 children, providing each child with up to 12 sessions.
A local GP who from first-hand experience recognises a huge amount of unmet need and a shameful lack of support. Directing the charity towards the right solution for the young people.
A front line mental health counsellor working with young people in local schools. Michelle leads our team of counsellors.
Retired senior teacher in local schools after 40 years of working with young people aged 5 to 18. Proud to have been involved with WYPCS for the last 10 years and looking forward to supporting its growth as YPCS.
Nicky spent three years in Lincoln achieving her BEd degree in order to fulfil a lifetime ambition to become a primary school teacher. Nicky is currently a primary school Deputy Head teacher and staff Governor.
Simon Dennett is a Project Manager delivering change and transformation projects within the Financial and Construction Industry, currently working on the acquisition of Wells Fargo's shareowner services business in Minneapolis.
A community project leader who has delivered a wide range of initiatives including Yaxley Festival, the Fenland Trust and Yaxley Partnership. Stewart has helped other organisations develop from concept including Young Technicians CIC.
I’m proud to be a patron and supporter of YPCS as they embark on their journey to help more children with mental health issues as well as their ambitious plans to create ‘The Annabelle Davis Centre’. They already do amazing work for young people within the community and this new centre will allow them to help even more individuals who might otherwise have been neglected by the system. Young people today face more challenges in life than any generation to date, and YPCS will be there support these challenges.
I’m honoured to support YPCS as they create ‘The Annabelle Davis Centre’. The work they do for young people within the community is amazing, and is very much needed. The media’s influence on young people today makes growing up far more challenging. Judgemental social media promotes ideas of perfection, instilling ideas of inadequacy and causing anxiety in young people through no fault of their own. This new centre will allow the YPCS to help even more individuals. It provides a safe place for young people to talk, and realise that they are not alone.
Young People’s Counselling Service
The Jenner Health Centre
1 Turners Lane
Phone: 0800 634 4395
Registered Charity No. 1034587