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Wellbeing Advice - In Education Support

Our early intervention service provides wellbeing advice to students aged between 14 and 25 in secondary schools and colleges. Our Wellbeing Advisers are based within schools or colleges one day per week. They provide students with the essential practical tips, tools and skills they need to manage their wellbeing. Our Wellbeing Advice Service is delivered through one-to-one appointments as well as email and telephone support.  Signposting to other services, including counselling, will also be provided where necessary.  Whilst this is a targeted service for children and young people experiencing mental health difficulties, it is not targeted towards people with SEND, although they are also seen and supported by our Wellbeing Advisors.

Who to contact

Contact Name
Skye Blyth-Whitelock
Contact Position
Hammersmith and Fulham Mind, Youth Services Manager
 020 7471 0592

Other Details


Referral Details

Please only contact if you are a school or youth organisation looking to schedule a Wellbeing Advisor within your institution 1 day per week. Self-referral by dropping in to the Wellbeing Advisor's room in school/college or making an appointment via email or referral by a member of staff within the school/college. On a fixed day each week when the Wellbeing Advisor is based within the school or college (Monday at Grey Coat Hospital school and West London College; Tuesdays at Fulham Enterprise Studio, St Charles Catholic Sixth Form College, William Morris Sixth Form College and West London College; Wednesdays at St Charles Catholic Sixth Form College, Sacred Heart School and West London College; Thursdays at Chelsea Academy and West London College; Fridays at West London College; shortly to start at Ark Burlington Danes School and Kensington and Chelsea College - days TBD).

Other notes

Available for ages 14 -25, All genders, supporting people with mental health conditions.


Pre and post intervention M&E forms are distributed to measure change in wellbeing, through the Warwick-Edinburgh Mental Wellbeing Scale, and changes in knowledge, attitudes and perceptions.
Student feedback is incorporated into service design to ensure it remains relevant, effective and accountable.

Last Updated 04/05/2021

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