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Wellbeing at Selby College

At Selby College, the wellbeing of our students and staff is one of our biggest priorities. As part of our commitment to wellbeing, we aim to provide an environment that is both supportive and engaging which delivers tools and strategies that can improve wellbeing.

How does the College do this?

The College offers a confidential counselling service which provides a space for students and staff to discuss their concerns non judgementally. As part of this, the College’s counsellor Lorraine Fisher will work with you to find solutions to issues or simply offer a service for you to come and talk each week.

We are also working with the Wellbeing in Mind Service, a specialist mental health and emotional wellbeing service provided by Tees, Esk and Wear Valleys NHS Foundation Trust. This team comprises of a range of professionals and therapists and is embedded within the College.

Information for parents and carers:

Information for young people:

Find out more about the TEWV Wellbeing in Mind Service

Who is eligible for the service?

The service is free and is available to all students and members of staff. The length of time someone can access support is open ended and is agreed with the counsellor and student.

How do I access the service?

More information about the service can be found in the wellbeing room on Google Classroom or via your General Support Tutor (GST).