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#FPoW The listening ear

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The listening ear

The Listening Ear has been supporting children and young people throughout the BCP area since 2002; working within schools and youth centres in partnership with BCP council since 2012. 

They support children and young people aged 5-19 living or in full time education. Providing one to one counselling within school settings if safe to do so under current Covid-19 guidelines and are also able to provide online video counselling to children aged between 10-19 

The listening ear’s DBS checked counsellors provide confidential, person-centred counselling using a range of therapeutic techniques including play therapy, mindfulness, solution focused counselling and art therapy.  


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