One-to-one sessions focus on specific areas in the young person’s life that they need a little guidance with such as self-esteem, confidence, mental wellbeing, self-talk, stress, anxiety, parental divorce, anger, communication, feelings, transitions, siblings, friends, school and much more.
The sessions focus on the individual young person and use mentoring and coaching, Neuro Linguistic Programming, Hypnotherapy, Personal Performance, emotional intelligence, mindfulness, talking through issues, mental wellbeing exercises, Accelerated Learning, journalling, telling motivating stories, and any other techniques that Deborah is trained in and is useful to the situation.
One-to-one mentoring is suitable for young people aged 7 and up and can be carried out face to face (if local to Liverpool) or via Skype.
The sessions result in:
Confidentiality and Safeguarding
Confidentiality is essential to the therapist-client relationship. Although caregivers may want to know every detail that the young person discusses, this may affect the young person’s confidence in the therapist and the young person’s wellbeing. At all times, Deborah will encourage the young person to share something with the adult if it will benefit their relationship and understanding of each other.
The local authority safeguarding procedure that the young person is located in will be followed should any safeguarding issues arise and Deborah will have already made herself aware of the procedure beforehand.