We understand that there are many issues and pressures affecting teenagers, so if you have health concerns of any kind, and don't feel able to discuss them at home, we're here to help.
We don't want you to delay in seeking help and it's important that you you know that we will see you on your own, or with your choice of parent/guardian/another relative or a trusted friend.
We also want to assure you that we offer confidential advice, treatment and referral when needed. (The only possible exception is that if you are worried that you are at risk of harm or abuse we may need to share some information which is done after discussion with you.)
It seems that doctor's receptionists have a reputation for being dragons, but we promise you that our's are not! If you have any concerns or preferences (e.g. to see a male or female clinician), or if you have any questions at all, please explain and they will do their best to help.
We've tried to gather together a list of useful websites which you can access by clicking on the link below, and if you have any other suggestions please feel free to email us on firstname.lastname@example.org (Please don't include any confidential information.)