Children’s commissioner calls for NHS counsellors in schools to relieve mental health crisis

Fiona Simpson
Tuesday, September 8, 2020

The children’s commissioner for England has renewed calls for NHS-funded counsellors to be placed in every school amid concerns over the impact of lockdown on young people’s mental health.

Children's commissioner for England Anne Longfield makes the case for early intervention. Picture: Children's commissioner for England
Children's commissioner for England Anne Longfield makes the case for early intervention. Picture: Children's commissioner for England

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