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Our services

Our services

Our services are based on almost 30 years of experience working within schools, supporting the wellbeing of children, young people, families and school staff across the UK.

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Our services in schools

We offer a variety of mental health and counselling services for schools, including in-school support, expert training and resources.

Discover our services for schools

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Resources for parents and carers

We provide resources that explain what Place2Be does and help families to support their child or young person’s mental health and wellbeing.

Access the resources

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Support for under 18s

Here is some useful advice from Place2Be for children and young people who want to get help or learn more about mental health services.

Find out how to support a young person

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Free mental health training

Our online Mental Health Champions - Foundation programme will provide you with a deeper understanding of children and young people's mental health.

Sign up for free mental health training

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Senior Mental Health Leads programme

Our Senior Mental Health Leads training helps school staff develop a whole-school approach to mental health that benefits the whole school community.

Learn more about Senior Mental Health Leads

Children’s Mental Health Week

Every February, we encourage people across the UK to get involved in our big awareness campaign that shines a spotlight on children’s and young people's mental health.

Go to Children's Mental Health Week website

Mentally Healthy Schools website

Place2Be is one of the founding charity partners for the website, which offers school and college staff information, advice and practical resources to better understand and promote pupils’ mental health and wellbeing. The site is now run by the Anna Freud Centre.

Visit the site