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
  • Worry and/or anxiety – struggling to express and process feelings
  • Decline or concerning change in behaviours
  • Identity issues and/or low self – esteem
  • Peer and romantic relationship issues
  • Emotionally based school avoidance
  • 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.



  • Mentoring for individuals – Please call us for our latest prices
  • Session content 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 https://www.aim-group.org.uk/ available at an additional cost per unit achieved.

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.


We have found Krunch to be flexible in their approach, reliable, professional and enthusiastic in their work with young people from varying backgrounds.

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