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Willow Project’s Blog

Mental health, counselling, self-care, mindfulness, personal experiences, and much more!

98 Bolton Road • Atherton • Greater Manchester • M46 9JY

01942 679300 • mail@willowproject.com • www.willowproject.com


Self-Harm Awareness Day March 2021

By Sadie Little

Self-injury Awareness Day is a day to create an awareness and understanding around what self-harm/self-injury is, why people might do it, and how you can help. Click the image above to read more.

World Book Day March 2021

By Tracy-Joy Bailey

Blog post coming soon.

Autism Awareness Week March 2021

By Tracy-Joy Bailey

Blog post coming soon.

Safe Internet Day February 2021

By Tracy-Joy Bailey

It’s Safer Internet Day. It aims to create a safer & better internet where everyone is empowered to use tech responsibly, respectfully, critically & creatively. Click the image to read more.

Supporting Your Child February 2021

By The Willow Team

We want to support the parents/carers of young people that access counselling as much as possible. For tips and guidance on supporting your child through counselling, click the image above.

Valentine’s Day: Self-love February 2021

By Sadie Little

Let’s focus on ourselves this Valentine’s Day, and celebrate YOU! To read more, click the image above.

Children’s Mental Health Week February 2021

By Tracy-Joy Bailey

It’s Place2Be’s Children’s Mental Health Week 2021, looking at Expressing Yourself. Read more about how you can look after yourself here.

My Mental Health Experience February 2021

By A Willow Project Support Group Member

A personal piece from one of Willow Project’s Support Group members, on their experience. Read about their personal journey by clicking the image above.

Breathing Tips and Techniques February 2021

By Sadie Little

Breathing techniques can help to reduce feelings tension, anxiousness, and anger. Let’s take a look at what techniques are out there to help, by clicking the image above.



A blog is something that so many people can get support from anonymously. So many people find it hard to accept they need help due to what others may think, but nobody needs to know that you’re reading a blog, but that blog can help and provide support to so many people at the same time”.

– Alisha Marsden, Mental Health Support Volunteer

“Blogs are a voice for people to share with others and get information and messages across that they feel passionate about, it will be a wonderful addition to the amazing resources Willow already have!”

-Young Person from the Support Group


“I love blogs because some shout out to me and others not so much. Being able to relate to what others think and feel is really important to me, it helps me feel like I belong

-Karen Little, Willow Project Manager


Head over to our main webpage for all counselling information and resources


About

Willow Project is a registered counselling charity for children, young people and their families, who are struggling with mental health or emotional issues.

Get in Touch

If you want to fill in a referral, you can access the form via our website. If you have any further questions/queries, please get in touch.

http://www.willowproject.com
01942 679300
98 Bolton Road
Atherton, M46 9JY

Opening Hours

Mon
10:00 am – 7:30 pm
Tue
10:00 am – 7:30 pm
Wed
10:00 am – 7:30 pm
Thu
9:00 am – 12:00 pm
Fri
Closed
Sat
Closed
Sun
Closed

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