Disturbing images on TikTok
As you may be aware, there have been some disturbing images on the TikTok social media platform this week which may have been seen by SCG students.
The support staff at SCG are available for any student who may have seen these images and has become distressed. We encourage students NOT to look for these images.
The BBC has some excellent resources to guide young people on how to be safe when online and on social media. The link to the resources is here.
At College we believe in promoting the emotional health and wellbeing of everyone. Having the choice to access support when you need it can make all the difference to your College experience. We all need support from time to time and our Emotional Health and Wellbeing service is open to all students. Every worry is important, no matter how small you think it is or that there is someone worse off than you. Please get in touch, we are here to support you.
The Emotional Health & Well-being Team
It is important to recognise that we all have individual needs, which is why we have such a diverse collection of services on offer to help facilitate your emotional growth and wellbeing.
For Students who wish to explore their thoughts and feelings in a confidential and non-judgemental environment. Using a person-centred approach, you can work through a variety of issues which include depression, relationships, home life and sexuality.
A weekly appointment will be arranged for you to see one of our Counsellors. Counselling usually lasts between 6-8 weeks, but this can be discussed between you and your counsellor. The aim is to give you the space to come to terms with, accept and move forward with your life without carrying your troubles with you.
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)
You will meet on a weekly, one to one basis for between 6-8 sessions of CBT. You will look at thought processes, achieve goals and learn new ways of coping with things.
As with all therapy, the outcomes are dependant on your engagement with it. CBT is about looking at the way you think, affecting the way you feel and behave. It is goal orientated and will contain worksheets and coping tools. Anger and anxiety are two examples of areas that CBT can be used to help find ways forward.
The team will only contact you using your College email address and the telephone number you provide on this form.