Any agency or organisation working with young people can refer to The Amber Project (alternatively, young people can self-refer).
If you would like to refer a young person, or if you are wondering if a referral would be appropriate; please contact us at the office or download a referral form.
Is anybody listening
A drama-based guide for professionals working with young people who self-harm.
Youth Cymru and The Amber Project are working in partnership on this project for young people (aged 12-25) who identify as trans, or are questioning their gender identity, and need support with their emotional well being..
We are currently running two series of creative workshops for young people aged 12-16 and 17-25 these have a friendly, caring and supportive atmosphere, with the option to speak to a counsellor during the session.
The workshops are held on a Thursday evening; the early workshop for young people aged 12-16 takes between 4:30-6:00pm with the older group (17-25) meeting 7:00-8:30 (ish) at The Quaker Meeting House, 43 Charles Street, Cardiff, CF10 2GB. The next series of workshops begins on 12th September 2019.
If you would like to know more about the project, please contact
Rachel Benson – firstname.lastname@example.org / 01443 827840 or
Caryl Stock - email@example.com
These elements of the project are funded by The Community Foundation in Wales and HAU Third Sector Fund
Belong: Counselling and Individual Support
Thanks to funding from Cardiff and Vale Health Charity, we are now also able to offer free counselling and one-to-one support to young people who are accessing 'Belong' aged 12-25. If you are interested in learning more about this,
please contact Caryl Stock at
or on 029 2034 4776
Amber Awareness Talks
We offer short, informal workshops which raise awareness of our work.
We are very excited by our new poetry book, this has been written by the young people at The Amber Project and reflects their thoughts, feelings and experiences (see Publications for more details).
The project also produces a booklet for young people who self-harm, called 'Louder than Words' . This is about to be revised and is not currently available in paper form from the project . However, you can still access the old version on-line, just click here. view the booklet online.
If you would like further information about either of the above, please contact us at the office.
South Wales Self-Harm Awareness Group
Visit this page to find out more.