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I liked that the mentors are younger people and understand what it’s like to suffer with mental health personally. It makes them more understanding
hatch student, 2020
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Young People

How does hatch work for you?

hatch is here to make sure that you have emotional wellbeing support

Everybody has ups and downs in life and goes through challenging times, it’s a natural part of life, and these things having an effect upon the way we feel is perfectly normal.

But much of the time we aren’t born with the innate ability to cope with
these things on our own.

This is hatch. Sharing what’s needed for emotional wellbeing in a relatable way.

This is where we can help. hatch provide 1-1 sessions to help develop a range of skills and strategies that can have a positive impact on your mental health and wellbeing. Our volunteer mentors support you to complete a computerised CBT skills intervention that explores which things work best for you. CBT stands for Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, which sounds pretty intimidating! What it actually means is learning a way of thinking that helps us face tough times in a positive way!

If you feel that having someone to talk to about how you feel would be beneficial for you then please contact via the contact page and we will get back in touch to explain how we can help.


A fantastic team of volunteer mentors support our young people, click below to find out more.


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Any donation, however large or small, will help young people to access our free an immediate support.


Access support

Please follow this link to access 1-1 CBT & mindfulness support for young people aged 14-16.