"We were very impressed with the layout of the booklet, which will appeal to teenagers. It is colourful with illustrations that get the point across without being didactic. It is a pupil-friendly booklet giving lots of information and advice which everyone can comprehend."
Drug Counselling is a way of relating to another person based on professional training and clear boundaries.
The aim of counselling is to provide you with a safe space in which to explore your thoughts and feelings and move towards a more positive way of living.
Counsellors offer time, respect and attention.
Why talk to a Counsellor?
You might have people in your life who you are really close to and who know you well, however, sometimes they may be a bit too close to look clearly and objectively at your drug problem.
How does counselling work?
Counsellors will not tell you what to do or magically fix your drug problems. Instead counsellors listen very carefully to what you have to say and treat you with respect. This can create a climate in which you feel free to explore your feelings and thoughts more openly. This freedom helps you to choose your own course of action and develop positive ways to change.
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