Northpoint Wellbeing ofers a range of services, including counselling for parents or carers, group therapy sessions, and support for people abused in childhood.
Northpoint Wellbeing works with a variety of groups and people across Leeds:
- Children’s Centre counselling service provides free counselling for parents and carers of young children (or those expecting a child), supporting people with a range of issues. It’s free to access and you can find out more and refer yourself on Northpoint Wellbeing’s website.
- Mondays @ Northpoint is a free emotional wellbeing services for female adults who have been sexually abused in childhood. They offer free assessment, signposting and group therapy for survivors of abuse. You can find out more and refer yourself on Northpoint Wellbeing’s website.
- District 29 groups for 16-25 year-olds who are likely to have a background of adverse life experiences and trauma, and who may have difficulties with: forming and maintaining relationships; self-harming (this can mean different things to different people); emotional mood swings or regulating feelings; managing anger; behaving impulsively or losing control of your behaviour; often feeling empty or disconnected from the world. At the moment Northpoint is taking referrals from professionals only, so if you’d like to be referred to District 29, speak to your GP or mental health worker.