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In this group we'll talk about what boundaries are and when we might need them.

About this group

We are running a series of 3 groups on mental health topics. In these groups you will have the opportunity to connect with other young people, share your feelings and experiences and learn practical tools and steps to help your wellbeing. These sessions will be facilitated by Jaime. Jaime is a disability adviser and SEND expert. She has extensive experience facilitating peer support and helping young people reach their full potential.
This will be a safe and supportive space to learn and explore. You can also attend these sessions to listen and observe and there will be no obligation or pressure to take part.
Our third group is on Boundaries.
Our third group is on ‘Boundaries’. In this group we will talk about what boundaries are and when we might need them. We will talk about managing the expectations of ourselves and of others. We will talk about the importance of self-care and protecting ourselves as well as when it might be safe to push ourselves.

If you have any questions or want to have a chat about this group, please email

Need more support?

Our groups are designed to help you to support your own wellbeing. Our staff will support you to make friends, have fun and do activities that feel good. But we are not trained counsellors or therapists and this is not a crisis service. If you are unwell, please take a look at our Help page for suggestions of where you can find support. 

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  • Preferred Name: Órla
  • Role at KIDS: Wellbeing co-ordinator.
  • About me: I run the online well-being groups and a group in Wandsworth. I am also a playworker! I have a background in Art therapy. 
  • Fun facts: I love different wheels! I have roller-skates, a surf-skate board and a bike. 


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