Children and Young People’s Services

Children and Young People’s Service COVID-19 Update

In response to the current COVID-19 pandemic we at Buckinghamshire Mind are closely following the Government’s guidelines on health and safety measures regarding social distancing. As of July 2020, the Children and Young People’s Team are happy to come into your school to deliver sessions. If your school is allowing external visitors, then we will be careful to follow your safety guidelines. We are also working hard to create online sessions for children, young people, school staff and parents – please get in contact to find out more: alice.moody@bucksmind.org.uk


Buckinghamshire Mind’s provision for children and young people consists of two services:

Mental Health Education

We work with children aged four to 18 years old in various settings, including: infant, primary and secondary schools, colleges, universities, youth clubs and sports clubs. We deliver a range of educational sessions including: assemblies, workshops and full training days. Find out more

Peer Support in Schools

This service is available to both primary and secondary schools in Buckinghamshire. Our team will deliver training to sixth formers or Year 5/6 in mental health awareness and help them become Peer Supporters to the students in younger years. Find out more

Feb 2020 CYP service newsletter

Your CYP team (Kat Frei, Grace O’Connor, Delphine Greene & Alice Moody)

Your CYP team (Kat Frei, Grace O’Connor, Delphine Greene & Alice Moody)

Counselling for Young People:

Due to lack of funding Buckinghamshire Mind is no longer able to provide a counselling service for Children and Young People.

Please see below a list of other services that provide support for Children and Young People.

 Youth Concern – Aylesbury

 Kooth – Free, safe and anonymous online support for young people

 Youth Enquiry Service – High Wycombe

Counselling Directory – To find a private therapist in your local area.

Child & Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS) – For mental health issues, if you are 16 or 17 and live in Buckinghamshire, you can: