Lincoln-based counsellors are celebrating grants totalling £101,000 during an intense period of overwhelming demand for their services. The team at the NWCH (the Naomi Watkins Counselling Hub) are thrilled to announce that it has been awarded £70,000 from The National Lottery Community Fund and received £20,000 from The Key Fund – matching bids from the […]
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Owner and co-founder of the phenomenally busy Lincoln-based Naomi Watkins Counselling Hub today pledged that her team would continue supporting hundreds of clients during the Coronavirus epidemic. Owner Naomi Watkins-Ligudzinska said the Community Interest Company, whose team members are using their individual expertise to help around 100 people a week – who are suffering from […]
A community counselling hub has said it will keep working to support people with their mental health during the coronavirus crisis. The NW Counselling Hub on the Allenby Business Park in Lincoln provides support for children, young people, adults and families across Lincolnshire. Since the coronavirus crisis began, the hub say they have been…. […]
Dear all NWCH clients (all current clients will also be emailed separately with this information). As part of our duty of care as a mental health provider we would like to take this opportunity to reassure you that we are closely watching the developing matters relating to COVID-19 (Coronavirus), taking keen note of information disseminated […]
More than 80 people attended Lincoln’s First Suicide Prevention Conference this week to find ways to stem an “avoidable” loss of life in the future – after figures revealed the city has seen its highest suicide rate since 2002. As many as 20 people in Lincoln took their own lives in the last year and […]
What a busy few months we have had! Let’s start with a visit from the Police Crime Commissioner to celebrate our 10,000 counselling session since we started in April 2017! At NWCH we counsel both victims of crime and help with the rehabilitation of ex-offenders. “The work NWCH does is vital for helping victims of crime […]
Our first training event of 2019 promises to be a very inviting one, Sarah Squires is an excellent trainer, read more below. Sarah Squires – Attachment based approach to parental alienation (narcissistic/borderline parenting styles). February 24th 2019 10am-4pm NWCH Hub Sarah’s background is social work (child protection). She set up her own business to tackle […]
We are excited to have our second Open Day free to the general public and practitioners. Please do come and see what NWCH is all about, anytime between 10am-4pm. We are also showcasing how we have spent the new funding on renovating and creating more counselling rooms, if you came last year you will see […]
“We (Airplay Scampton) invited NWCH into our sessions to talk to young people about the importance of friendship and the effect of bullying. The session went extremely well. Thank you so much for the time you spent with us on Wednesday evening, and for putting up with the organised chaos. We were pleased with what you delivered. It was an insightful experience. You provided us with an opportunity to observe and hear what the young people thought about themselves and their friends that we don’t usually have”
Jeanette BickertonStation Youth Worker, Scampton Airplay