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Primary Mental Health Work

Primary Mental Health Workers support young people aged 11-18 who are experiencing mental health difficulties that may not meet the CAMHS criteria. They will work either on a short term or a long term basis depending on the needs of the individual, providing support with the following: anxiety, self-harm, suicidal thoughts (without attempting or making plans to commit suicide), low mood, consistently getting angry, being withdrawn from others, body image, self-esteem, self-worth, bullying, help to minimise the impact of negative life experiences.

Primary Mental Health Workers can provide support in different ways, not limited to, but including: solution focus intervention, guided self-help, group work and one-to-one sessions. You can see your Primary Mental Health Worker in your school or in a safe location in the community. Each appointment will last up to an hour and will be with the same worker either weekly or fortnightly.


Who to contact

Contact Name
Hayley Young
Contact Position
Project manager
Charity number
Company number

Where to go

No Limits Advice centre
High Street
SO14 2DF
Children's Centre Areas

Other Details


Referral required
Referral Details

You can be referred by a No Limits worker, visit our advice centre, call or email. Alternatively contact the CAMHS duty worker.

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