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Barnet Young People Thrive

What is it?

BYPT offers two services, wellbeing webinars to Middlesex University students and mental health support services to young people aged 16-25 years transitioning to adulthood as part of the Barnet Wellbeing Service.

Middlesex University - BYPT deliver interactive virtual webinars on a range of topics to help students manage their emotional health and wellbeing. These 60-minute themed webinars aim to help students understand how their mental health can be impacted during this Covid-19 pandemic, recognise common signs and symptoms and learn ways to cope and build resilience.


Barnet 16- 25 offers mental health support for young people aged 18-25 years who struggle with poor mental health associated with mild to moderate anxiety disorders but do not meet the adult services' threshold.  

How can it help me?

The workshops and 121 sessions provide a time and space to talk about concerns you may be going through. This space will be confidential and non-judgmental

  • CBT based 1-2-1 therapy sessions 

  • Group psychoeducation sessions, and  

  • One-off themed facilitator-led confidential wellbeing webinars;  to support common mental health problems such as anxiety, low mood, isolation, worry, stress, plus self-care.  

  • A listening ear and signposting to appropriate services 

How do I access it?

A GP, an agency can refer you, or you can self-refer using this form 

0208 364 8400 |email   | 

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