Spiral’s aim is to prevent the effects bullying has on young people and families by providing emotional education, to give them the tools they can use to manage difficult situations and overwhelming emotions.
The support offered is for increased anger and anxiety, and low mood.
The peer community is a site for 13–25-year old’s where they can access resources, talk to peers, attend game nights, find out what is happening locally. Sol who works on the project (age 20) will also attends youth settings to run game nights focused on communication, bullying, teen talk, as well as quiz nights and a drop-in service.
The drop-in service will be a space to talk, be listened to and understood in their experiences and provide information on:
The worksheets and information that will be taken from the 1-2-1 support and group work and peer community site Spiral is currently providing, an example of some of these are:
You can request a referral form to be sent by email, post, Spiral also welcomes referrals from other GP’s and other organisations.
Once the referral form has been handed in you will be contacted within fifteen working days to arrange the first meeting.
You can call Spiral to ask any questions. If no one answers your call, leave a voice mail, text message, or email and someone will contact you as soon as they are available.