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Thrive Health & Wellbeing Support

Thrive Health & Wellbeing Support

Meet our Health & Wellbeing Team

Top left - Becky Liddle, Wellbeing Champion, right - Darcie Harding, Wellbeing Champion.

Bottom left - Zoe Chambers, Wellbeing Officer, right - Vicki Jones, Student Services Manager.

Thrive Mental Health and Wellbeing Model 

At Franklin we are committed to supporting the Health and Wellbeing of our students' through the use of Thrive Mental Health and Wellbeing Model.

Find out more about Thrive at Franklin here. 

Onsite Thrive Support at Franklin:

  • Therapy Dogs are a well-established part of the college community. The therapy dogs are onsite daily to support our students with their wellbeing
  • Our Wellbeing Officer works with students through programmes of support on a range of topics when strategies already tried have been unsuccessful or a little more intervention is required
  • Counselling Services are available through CUDOX and our placement counsellor for those that require higher level intervention
  • Support Groups such as, our LGBTQ+ group and Male Wellbeing Group take place weekly
  • Quiet areas around college are available for those who prefer a little peace to socialise or study in
  • Student Peer Wellbeing Champions have been recruited to support their peers with low level concerns
  • Emotional health and wellbeing focused ASPIRE sessions are integrated throughout the year focusing on aspects such as resilience, healthy eating, healthy relationships, and self-care
  • Exam anxiety sessions are held throughout the year to support students to manage exam anxiety
  • A huge and diverse enrichment offering is available to students to help them make friends, do something they enjoy, release stress, and have fun to support positive wellbeing. Find out about enrichment available here.

Download our latest Wellbeing Newsletters:

Student Newsletter

Parent Newsletter


 

External Support Agencies:

Compass Go:

Providing low intensity one-to one or group work on a range of mild-moderate emotional health and wellbeing needs such as anxiety, low mood, managing emotions, transitions, relationship work and self-harm. We can refer as a college or parents /carers and students can self-refer. Sessions then take place at college -  https://www.compass-uk.org/services/north-east-lincolnshire-mhst/

Compass Go SilverCloud

An online way of receiving wellbeing support and covers themes such as anxiety, low mood, and body image. For more information and to self-refer click on the following link -  https://www.compass-uk.org/compass-go-silvercloud/

Navigo Open Minds

A self-referral talking therapy that can support with conditions such as stress, anxiety, depression, post-traumatic stress disorder, obsessive compulsive disorder, panic attacks and sleep problems. Open Minds also have a SilverCloud offering of online therapy. For more information and to self-refer click on the following link - https://navigocare.co.uk/what-we-do/services-z/open-minds

Navigo FREED

Rapid Early intervention for Eating Disorders and is for 17.5 to 25 year olds that have been living with the symptoms of an eating disorder for three years or less and has a GP with a NE Lincs postcode. For more information and to self-refer click on the following link - https://rharianfields.co.uk/freed

Young Minds Matter

Support for higher level mental health and emotional wellbeing needs such as depression, anxiety, phobias, obsessive thoughts, thoughts of suicide, disordered eating and provide specialist support services for those with a learning disability, autism and ADHD.  For more information click on the following link - https://www.lpft.nhs.uk/young-people/north-east-lincolnshire/home

Support for Those Living in Lincolnshire

Healthy Minds

Emotional wellbeing support on issues such as low mood, low self-esteem, low body confidence, self-harm, coping with change, exam stress and interpersonal skills. Support is focused around cognitive behavioural therapy and for more information click on the following link - https://www.lpft.nhs.uk/young-people/lincolnshire/young-people/i-need-more-help/healthy-minds-lincolnshire

Steps2Change

A self-referral talking therapy that can support with conditions such as depression, anxiety, post traumatic stress disorder, panic, phobia and obsessive compulsive disorder. For more information and to self-refer click on the following link https://www.lpft.nhs.uk/steps2change/home 

Lincolnshire CAMHS

Support for higher level mental health and emotional wellbeing needs such as depression, anxiety, self-harm, attachment disorder, harmful sexualised behaviour, post traumatic stress disorder and obsessive compulsive disorder. For more information click on the following link - https://www.lpft.nhs.uk/young-people/lincolnshire/professionals/service-offer-and-referrals/child-and-adolescent-mental-health-service-camhs

Support for All

Kooth

An online support intervention for mental wellbeing including access to articles, discussion boards, daily journals and live chats with trained counsellors in a safe and monitored community. For more information and to access the online support click on the following link – www.kooth.com 

SHOUT

A free, confidential 24/7 mental health text support service which can be accessed by texting SHOUT to 85258 or ORANGE to 85258 if you live in NE Lincs. For more information click on the following links - https://giveusashout.org/and https://navigocare.co.uk/what-we-do/services-z/text-message-support

Samaritans

Trained volunteers are there to listen to whatever you need to talk about that is causing you mental distress. Call 116 123 for free 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.  For more information click on the following link - https://www.samaritans.org/

Beat Eating Disorders

A national helpline available 365 days a year from 9am to midnight weekdays and 4pm to midnight on weekends and bank holidays. To access the help line ring 0808 801 0677 or alternatively contact them for a one-to-one web chat. For more information click on the following link - https://www.beateatingdisorders.org.uk/about-beat/

Cruse Bereavement Support

A helpline to emotionally support anyone affected by grief. They can be contacted for free on 0808 808 1677. For more information click on the following link - https://www.cruse.org.uk/get-support/helpline/

 

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