The Reach4Wellbeing team aims to promote positive wellbeing, reach children and young people in their communities and reduce the stigma of mental health.
We currently provide short-term group programmes for children and young people age 5-18 experiencing mild to moderate anxiety and low mood.
Service hours: Monday – Friday; 8.30am – 4.30pm
Location: Countywide community locations
Team Lead: Catherine Eastwell
We are passionate about improving the emotional and mental wellness of children and young people. Our team are friendly, knowledgeable and supportive of all children and young people we work with. We provide strategies to help manage anxiety or low mood which are age appropriate, in settings that are community rather than hospital or clinic based.
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)
The Reach4Wellbeing team delivers Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) group programmes for children and young people. The groups are held during term time and are run in local community settings; transportation to and from the venue is the responsibility of parents/carers.
Each of the sessions are evidence based and we are able to offer the following:
- A seven week anxiety and low mood programme for young people age 13 and over
- A seven week anxiety programme for older children age 9 -12 years*
- A seven week anxiety programme (Little Explorers) for younger children age 5 - 8 years*
*for the latter two age groups a parent or their representative is required to attend part of the sessions.
How to access the service
To make a referral Click here to download the Reach4Wellbeing referral form
Self-referrals for parents, carers and young people aged 13 years and over
Download and complete the referral form. Once completed email to firstname.lastname@example.org OR post to: Reach4Wellbeing, 1st Floor, 1 Kings Court, Charles Hastings Way, Worcester, WR5 1JR.
Referrals by Professionals
Download and complete the referral form. All referrals need to have consent from the young person, and/or family before submitting. Once completed email to email@example.com or use the Children’s Portal if you have access to it.
There are occasions where our service may not be beneficial or be best placed to meet the child or young person’s needs. We will aim to explain to you why this is and what alternative options are available