Mighty Minds is provided by SELFA and is part of the Youth in Mind partnership.

How can Mighty Minds support me?

Mighty Minds provides one-to-one and group support at school for children and young people experiencing difficulties with their social, emotional and mental health needs. 

One-to-one support includes up to six mentoring sessions where the young person can explore their emotions and set and plan the goals they would like to achieve.

Group support is delivered through a 10-week wellbeing programme that aims to develop emotional intelligence and teaches positive coping strategies to help them manage emotions. 

Who can access this service?

  • Children and young people aged 5-19 and up to 25 with additional needs
  • You must live, go to school in, or attend a GP surgery in Craven District

What happens after completing your referral form?

Once we’ve received your referral form SELFA will be in touch within five working days.

Contact details

Email  [email protected]

Phone  01756 533 110

Online referral form

Children and young people:

Support for me →

Parents, carers and professionals:

Support for someone else →

Feedback on Mighty Minds

Worry jars were my favourite activity because it was very fun, and I think it has really helped me at home.

Young person

My son did some work with your worker, she came into school to work with him, and it was amazing it really helped with his anxiety and I wanted to thank her.


Out of hours helplines

Here are some local helplines and live chat services for children, young people, parents and carers that you can use right away.

Safe Spaces

Children and young people can call First Response to be referred to Safe Spaces for in-person or telephone crisis support. 

24 hr helpline

Call First Response on 08009 521 181 


Confidential and emotional support line for all-ages. Or call to be referred to Safe Spaces.

8am – midnight

Call us on 08001 884 884 or chat online.

Night OWLS

For children, young people, their parents and carers, living in West Yorkshire

8pm – 8am

Call 0800 1488 244 or Text 07984 392700


Kooth is an online counselling and emotional well-being platform for children and young people.

It gives children and young people easy access to an online community of peers and a team of experienced counsellors.

Kooth website

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