Emotional Health and Wellbeing Interventions – One to One Mentoring

Our Service

  • photo 3Targeted one to one sessions with experienced mentors who are skilled at building trusting relationships with young people in a confidential manner.
  • Supporting young people to improve their emotional health and wellbeing with their voices at the centre of the intervention.
  • Sessions focussed around an accredited personal development programme which encourages self-awareness, achievement and the development of relevant life skills.
  • Signposting young people to positive activities and opportunities outside of education.
  • Regular communication with the referring agency and attendance at multi-agency meetings when necessary in the best interests of the young person.

 

 

Target Group

Young people 9-19 years who need additional support with one or more of the following issues (not an exhaustive list):

  • lacking in confidence and ability to make decisions
  • worry and/or anxiety – struggling to express and process feelings
  • after-effects of the pandemic ie more worried and isolated, not wanting to come to school
  • a decline or concerning change in behaviours
  • a struggle with identity issues and/or self – esteem
  • peer and romantic relationship issues
  • struggling to attend school
  • lacking in confidence, resilience and ability to make decisions
  • transition to new school/year group
  • socially anxious and lacking in friends
  • lacking in self-help strategies to manage strong emotions
  • Exam stress
  • emotional wellbeing is compromised by SEND
  • Those who have been excluded, or are at risk of exclusion.
  • Complicated family lives – eg. not living with birth family

 

Length of programme/sessions

  • Sessions can last between 1 and 1.5 hours depending on the needs of the young person and mentor availability.
  • Minimum 10-week programme recommended.
  • Sessions can be at Krunch premises or at your premises.
  • We do not offer full-time respite placements but you can make Krunch sessions part of your pupil’s 25hr a week timetable.
  • We set targets and review them regularly and agree on a reporting structure with referring agencies that suit.
  • A bespoke package for an individual can include more than one session a week.

 

Cost

  • Mentoring for individuals – Please call us for our latest prices
  • Units of work will be based on the social and emotional issues relating to peer pressure, self-confidence/esteem, making positive plans for the future and law and order.
  • Accreditation and certification with Open College Network West Midlands available at an additional cost per unit achieved.

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General Information

  • All Krunch staff undergo an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Services check and Safeguarding Training.
  • Krunch has public liability insurance, a current Safeguarding Policy, Health and Safety risk assessed workshops and many of our staff are First Aid trained.
  • A referral form must be completed for each young person referred to Krunch and a key worker must be named with whom we can liaise.
  • We regularly review all placements with the referring agency to ensure that Krunch is meeting the needs of the young person.

Testimonial

‘Mentoring has really helped me, I have more confidence and feel comfortable in myself- I know my worth’