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Compass GO… North East Lincolnshire Mental Health Support Teams

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Compass GO… Mental Health Support Team works with children, young people, families and educational settings in North East Lincolnshire. We provide support, help and advice for pupils, students and schools for issues related to emotional and mental health wellbeing. Compass GO… currently have full school coverage of the North East Lincolnshire borough but please call our duty line to clarify if needed.

Our work with educational settings across North East Lincolnshire includes providing advice, information and support to staff in promoting emotional and mental health wellbeing. We also work with children and young people on a 1:1 basis offering Cognitive Behavioural Therapy intervention.

The service is made up of Education Mental Health Practitioners and Supervising Practitioners from a range of health and education backgrounds.

How the service can help you

Compass GO… provides low intensity one-to-one interventions (approx. 6-8 sessions based on individual need) to children and young people aged 5-19 with mild-to-moderate emotional health and mental health wellbeing needs.

Please click the download button below for the Compass GO… threshold document to see the emotional and mental health wellbeing needs we can work with.

Mental Health Support Interventions

Mental health support amongst children and young adults is needed now more than ever.

With our ever changing world it is vital that the right help and support is available at the right time, so that it is accessible no matter what time of day or night, but we can guarantee to have the right tools needed to help you.

If you can’t sleep in the middle of the night because you are stressed about your exams, don’t worry, you can access our programme 24/7 to find a tool or exercise to help you.

Feeling anxious on the bus to school? We can help! Just access the app from your phone and follow a technique to help you take back control.

We launched our Pods in September as a new mental health intervention aimed at infants all the way up to college students to improve mental wellbeing. There are 6 Pods available in total, plus an additional transitional Pod. Each Pod represents a key emotion that we all commonly experience at some point in our lives;

  • Anxiety
  • Low Mood
  • Self Harm
  • Relationships
  • Exam Stress
  • Strong emotions
  • Transitions

These emotions can sometimes escalate into bigger problems caused by external pressures such as exams, moving to a new school or experiencing a family break up. The team at Compass GO… offer a low intensity support approach in groups up to 6 young adults to help support them and giving them the tools to effectively manage their emotions.

Compass GO… offer one to one work with parents/carers around improving their knowledge and understanding of how to support and improve their child’s mental wellbeing.

Anxiety is one of the most common emotions that children and young people experience. We offer a programme for parents of children who have clinically significant levels of anxiety that is impacting their daily life.

The programme helps parents learn new cognitive behavioural strategies and other techniques for anxiety management to improve the whole family’s coping skills.

It supports parents in applying positive parenting and anxiety management skills with more confidence.

How you can access the service


We accept self referrals into Compass GO… both from Parent/Carer and Child/Young Person. We will also accept Professional and School referrals. (Please note if you are an Education Staff member who would like to make a referral please contact your Compass GO… link worker)

To refer into our service please call our duty line on 01472 494250 to discuss suitability with our Duty Workers. The duty line is available during our working hours (Monday – Thursday 9am until 5pm, Friday 9am until 4:30pm)
You can also contact us by the emails on this webpage.

If you need urgent help regarding your mental health wellbeing you can contact Young Minds Matter’s crisis line on 01472 252570 (9-5,Mon-Fri). Outside of these hours please call the Single Point of Access on 01472 256256 option 3. If you suspect a child or a young person is experiencing abuse and harm then please call 01472 326292 option 2

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Mental Health material for you to access

Check out this section for our latest information designed to support your mental health journey. It will include podcasts, videos and useful downloads for you to read and explore.

Podcasts

Blogs

Meet the team

Laura

Service Manager

Vicky

Team Leader

Leanne

Team Leader

Hannah

Senior Administrator

Jamee-Leigh

Supervising Practitioner

Karen

Supervising Practitioner

Zowie

Supervising Practitioner

Sophie

Education Mental Health Practitioner

Becca

Education Mental Health Practitioner

Vikki

Trainee Education Mental Health Practitioner

Niki

Education Mental Health Practitioner

Jess

Education Mental Health Practitioner

Shaun

Education Mental Health Practitioner

Lauren

Education Mental Health Practitioner

Amy

Trainee Education Mental Health Practitioner

Andrea

Education Mental Health Practitioner

Daisy

Education Mental Health Practitioner

Rachel

Trainee Education Mental Health Practitioner

Kirsty

Supervising Practitioner

Sam

Supervising Practitioner

Kate

Administrator

Harry

Engagement and Participation Worker

Yvonne

Family Practitioner

Muriel

Administrator

Leanne

Assistant Psychologist

Rosa

Assistant Education Mental Health Practitioner

Lily

Assistant Education Mental Health Practitioner

Help & support

For information about relevant health and wellbeing topics please expand the sections below.

Young People

I am aged 11-19 years (up to 25 years old with special educational needs)

Parents / Carers

I am a parent / carer