The Lucy Rayner Foundation funds a team of qualified counsellors who help young people by working with them in a safe, therapeutic environment. They offer six 1-1-sessions at no charge.  

Counselling can help people cope with difficult life events, such as bereavement, as well as a range of mental health conditions such as depression, anxiety, relationship breakdown or work-related stress.

In counselling, people are encouraged to talk about their feelings and emotions with a counsellor who listens and supports without judgement or criticism.

The service is open to people aged between 14 and 39.

They also provide counselling to anyone bereaved by suicide in the Surrey area.