How we help

bccs provides counselling for children and young adults whose wellbeing, and mental and emotional health, could be at risk.

Our work

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Brentwood Catholic Children's Society provides counselling for children and young adults up to the age of eighteen, regardless of their beliefs, together with their families, who could be experiencing emotional difficulties.
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Bereavement

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If you know of a child or family that you think could use our services, then please do not hesitate to contact us.
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A day in the life of...

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We have a team of twelve dedicated workers supporting children and families throughout Essex and East London.
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Building friendships

Children's friendships are templates for the subsequent relationships they will form throughout school and the rest of their adult lives. Friends are vital to school age children's healthy development.
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Megan's journey

Here is an example of a case that gives an idea of some of the work we do. Megan is a 15-year-old student attending one of our secondary schools.
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Our statistics

During the year, bccs collates statistics on the number of referrals processed, sessions held with children, home visits and agency meetings.
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For schools

We work in partnership with over 100 schools and provide our service on site at these schools.
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Need help?

bccs Social Workers and Counsellors work primarily through schools and see children and young people once they have been referred by teachers and support staff.
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