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Healthy Minds Lincolnshire

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Healthy Minds Lincolnshire provides emotional wellbeing support to children and young people up to 19 years old (25 if special educational needs/disability or leaving care).

Everyone at some point finds it hard to cope with how they are feeling or what is happening in their life. Healthy Minds Lincolnshire provides early support when you start to feel that life is getting out of control and you need some help to cope.

Emotional wellbeing is about being happy, confident and having good relationships and evidence tells us that early help when issues arise prevents mental health problems arising in the future.

We can help young people with a range of emotional wellbeing concerns e.g. exam stress, worries, low mood, low body image, self-harm, relationship difficulties, low self-confidence.

What do we offer?

  • Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) techniques, which are designed to help young people think about things differently and learn to cope in a more positive way.
  • Support and advice to parents and carers.
  • Bespoke training to education and children’s services professionals designed to build confidence in dealing with emotional wellbeing issues and providing a toolkit to support children and young people’s needs.

How to get help

In the first instance please speak to your teacher or another professional who will be able to refer you to the service. If you do not feel you are able to speak to your teacher or another professional you can contact the service directly.

Healthy Minds also offers advice to professionals, young people and parents. Please contact the advice line on 01522 309777. Available Monday to Friday 9:30-4:30

Where will I be seen?

We operate in the whole of Lincolnshire. If you are at school/college you will be seen at school. If this is not possible you will be seen at home or in a suitable local venue such as GP surgery or children’s service.


Primarily referrals need to be made via a professional through completion of an Early Help Assessment sent to both LPFT at and the TAC administrator at
If a young person do not feel that they can talk to a professional, they can self-refer by contacting advice line on 01522 309777.


Healthy Minds Lincolnshire is being delivered by Lincolnshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust through a partnership agreement on behalf of Lincolnshire County Council, supported by the Lincolnshire Learning Partnership.