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Natashas blog

Hello my name is Natasha and I work for NESSie as a Dramatherapist primarily within St. Albans and Harpenden. NESSie is a not-for-profit organisation that works throughout Hertfordshire providing mental health support to Young People and their families. We deliver...

        Bespoke mental health support for children and young people   Last week The National Children’s Bureau (NCB) published recommendations for parliament in support of the mental health and wellbeing of children and young people.   When...

Hi there, My name is Luke and I’m part of NESSie’s admin team. I’ve been working with them for a couple of months now and this blog is about NESSie and my experiences with them as a new starter. In my spare time I make and design clothing for myself and I love to read...

A busy successful summer

A busy successful summer

 What a busy time we have had this summer!  For many weeks, we have been working hard behind the scenes getting ready for the Summer Term to start up again. One exciting thing that we have been working on is a new digital infrastructure which will make us even quicker...

Reflections on June

Reflections on June

June has been a very busy time for us all at NESSie as we continue on our mission of getting the right help to you and your child. We are supporting children and young people, families and staff in education settings by following the guidelines and developing our...

Coping with Covid Fear as Schools Re-open.

Coping with Covid Fear as Schools Re-open.

As school’s start to reopen this month it is only natural for parents or their children alike to worry about what they are walking into in terms of catching or unknowingly transmitting the coronavirus. Our natural instinct as...

How to explore your child’s worries

How to explore your child’s worries

It's not always easy for children to talk or understand their worries and anxieties. By sharing our worries and anxieties, we can shrink them. Here is a great way to encourage and enable your child to think about and share their worries: USE THE BOOK “HUGE BAG OF...

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