Encouraging positive mental health for our children and young people.

We are pleased to share that Full Circle has a new youth worker/community mental health practitioner. Never before have we had a youth worker dedicated to improving the mental health of our young people. Our CMHP will be supported in our open-access sessions by OTR’s Zazi team. Zazi provides culturally appropriate community practitioners to help young people from diverse communities.

As part of our open-access delivery, our CMHP and OTR’s Zazi will be researched by the University of Bristol to ensure we deliver the best quality support to our young people. The researchers want to see the benefits of having CMHPs in youth sessions to see if it’s a service that the council should roll out across all youth services in Bristol.

We would like to welcome all parents to come and join us on zoom to speak with us about the new service we offer and to hear from the UWE research team. We would love you to attend and share your suggestions on the support that would benefit young people would be valuable to our service.

For the online zoom link please text, please text Charmaine Lawrence at 07523847236 

Please reach out if you or a young person you care for need support…

We offer mental health support for 11-18 year olds. If you or a young person you care for are struggling emotionally, please reach out to a youth worker. It’s okay to ask for help. At Full Circle Docklands, we have a dedicated Community Mental Health Practitioner – please contact phoebe@fullcircleproject.org.uk if you need support navigating your feelings.

New Wellbeing Drop In Sessions

Struggling at school, home or with friends?

Drop in to our wellbeing sessions with our Community Mental Health Practitioner, Phoebe. They will be a warm friendly environment for young people to chat to an adult outside of school about friendships, family, or anything that might be worrying them. If we think they might need more support we will help them access suitable services.