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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11 May

St Albans Cathedral Mission Giving Fund 2019

Gladys Cummings, one of Youth Talk's Trustees attended the cheque presentation and afternoon tea at St Albans Cathedral to collect a £1,000 grant for Youth Talk. We are so grateful to the Congregational Giving Team for their continued support of o...

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9 May

Local Solicitors raise over £2000 for Youth Talk

We were delighted recently to accept a cheque for £2,158 from local solicitors Debenhams Ottaway. The local solicitors practice organised a range of activities over the last year and we are delighted that we have been selected as their partner aga...

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28 Apr

London Marathon 2019


Ehud Eliashar raised the magnificent sum of £7,068.75 for Youth Talk by taking part in this year's London Marathon.

Here is Ehud's story:

"On Christmas Day 2016 my son Alon took his life aged only 23. He did not leave a note, and we will never know...

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