A confidential counselling service based in St Albans

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Youth Talk is committed to helping and supporting young people in the District of St Albans. Click to find out what we can do for you.

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What does counselling help with?

You can come to us about any worries or concerns; these may include:

  • Family problems
  • Feeling lonely and misunderstood
  • Racism, sexism, bullying
  • Feeling depressed or confused
  • Abuse
  • Lack of confidence
  • Loss and grief
  • Worries about food and weight, sex, drugs or alcohol
Youth Talk offers a wide variety of services including:
One-to-one conversation One-to-one counselling
Group conversation Group work
Information documents Information services
You may come just once, or you may want regular appointments over a period of time.
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Parents & Carers

Supporting your child in their choice to seek help through counselling can be one way of helping them back to health.
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Friends & Fundraising

This isn’t just about fundraising – it is also about networking, winning the hearts and minds in this powerful and wealthy district.
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Professionals

If you are concerned about a young person between the ages of 13-25, then talking to Youth Talk staff could help.
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14 Nov

Youth Talk's Annual Report 2018 is available here

Please click on the link below to view the report:


Youth Talk Annual Report 2018.pdf


Another successful year for Youth Talk. We are now in our 21st year and have passed our first anniversary at our new premises in Dagnall House. During the year we p...

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1 Nov

£9K raised for counselling charity for young people

A cheque for £9,295.89 has been presented to Youth Talk by the former Mayor of the City and District of St Albans, Councillor Mohammad Iqbal Zia.

The former Mayor raised the money for the charity through a series of events held during his year in o...

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23 Oct

BBC Children in Need

We are delighted to announce that BBC Children in Need has awarded Youth Talk a 3 year grant to fund the counselling that we provide to those young people with more serious mental health issues.

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