Peer Support Group (PSG) Youth Club

Peer Support Group (PSG) is a youth club for young people aged 11-19 (up to 25 for people with SEN).

PSG is for young people with experiences of mental health issues, this could be you personally or someone you are close to (family or friends) and so you are still affected by it. It doesn’t have to be a diagnosable mental health issue, it can be stress, anxiety, low mood, sadness, depression, worries, exam stress, relationships, etc. If you do see a counsillor regularly that’s ok too.

The PSG is exactly what it says it is: a group that offers support from your peers. Facilitated by youth workers with the aim to build resilience, improve physical and emotional wellbeing, increase your understanding in your own emptions and feelings, and how these can effect your mood.

We run workshops in wellbeing, sexual health, relationships, healthy eating, cooking, drugs and alcohol abuse, and more. We regularly have external people who are specialists, facilitate these workshops so that you meet lots of great people!

Useful links

Chat/text services, Peer Support and information

Home - Kooth

Childline | Childline

Samaritans | Every life lost to suicide is a tragedy | Here to listen – Call 116123 (UK)

Information and Support

YoungMinds - children and young people's mental health charity

Home | Mind

Time To Change | let's end mental health discrimination

NSPCC | The UK children's charity


Calm - The #1 App for Meditation and Sleep

Headspace - Meditation and Sleep Made Simple

Sexual Health

Come Correct - Pan London C-Card Scheme

Contact us

Grace Kihu - 07875993500,

Heather McKelvey - 07968511930,

Join us

Complete the PSG consent form