Parent Consultation Sessions
for advice & guidance
Behaviour/ reluctance to go to school/ family & relationship breakdown/ debt/ housing/ bereavement/ additional needs
The list is endless!
Rochford Extended Services have experienced, qualified Family Support Workers who can help, support and offer advice and guidance.
Would you like a face to face chat over coffee?
1st Tuesday of the month (term time only)
families can meet with us on a 1:1 basis
4th February 2019
9 am – 12 pm
on: 07787 259342
to book an
Are you a mum who has been feeling a bit 'down' recently, or suffer with stress?
Finding your childrens behaviour
difficult to manage?
Why not join us for a coffee, a chat and make some new friends?!
ONCE A MONTH
9.30 - 11.30am
@ The King Edmund School
in the RES Offices
First Session of 2020
Contact Kim Chant for details
01702 545771 ext;3226
10am - 12noon
@ The King Edmund School
Rochford SS4 1TL
23rd January, 2nd July 2020
10am - 12noon
@Down Hall Primary School
Brooklyn Drive, Rayleigh
24th March, 19th May 2020
We have commissioned Sarah Bell
from Autism ACT
to support us at these sessions!
Rochford Extended Services in
Partnership with Sanctuary Housing
is a free, confidential, safe and anonymous way for young people aged 11-19th birthday to ask for help from a team of highly qualified and experienced counsellors and support workers. This is a service that has been commissioned by Southend, Essex & Thurrock CCGs, for all young people who live in Southend, Essex & Thurrock to be able to access.
Kooth.com is a well-established, award winning online counselling agency and is accredited by The British Association of Psychotherapy and Counselling (BACP). Founded in 2001, they are leading pioneers of online counselling in the UK, having won a number of prestigious awards.
It is a transformational lifeline that has successfully helped and continues to reach the very vulnerable, many of whom would never have access to face-to-face counselling.
KOOTH service includes:
•drop in chats with counsellors;
•booked 1:1 chats with a counsellor;
•themed message forums;
•secure web-based email;
•articles regarding mental health.
for information about Kooth
for the site for young people
School Nurse Drop-in
Come and have a confidential chat with your school nurse if you are a school aged young person worried about your health, or a parent who is worried about your childs health.
Oaktree Childrens Centre
Grovewood Primary School
3pm - 4pm
We have received some funding from RDC to set up a mental health and well-being group for parents, to raise awareness and understanding of their children’s immerging/current mental health difficulties.
The group will offer parents/carers the opportunity to access information and guidance on self-care, looking at therapeutic interventions, reflective skills, nutrition, sleep, exercise, mindfulness and hobbies. This will lead to greater emotional resilience, lessen anxiety and have the ability to self-moderate when in need. There will also be time allocated to give individuals the time to share their stories in a supportive, confidential environment, which will reduce feelings of isolation and give a feeling of being heard without any judgement on them as parents/carers. There will also be a programme throughout the year, which will look at and discuss the signs and symptoms of different mental health issues such as depression, anxiety, stress and panic attacks. How they can listen effectively to their children, learn coping strategies that may help their children and how to access various support. This will lead to a greater understanding of children’s presenting needs, how they can best support their children and confidence to access mental health services when appropriate.
9.30 - 11.30
Wednesdays @ Down Hall Primary School
22nd January 2020
Call 01702 545771 ext 3226 to book a place!
Mental Health &
In order to attend any of the Rochford Extended Services Support Groups and Courses,
you must have a child on role at one of our partner schools.....