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"Young People in Dorset Shouldn't Feel Guilty About Coming to Us"


7:43am 20th November 2013

Family break up is one of the main reasons why young people are seeking counselling in Dorset.

As part of Dorset Safeguarding Children Week we've been talking to Relate who have an office in Poundbury.

They're taking part in a pilot project where they're offering a FREE course to parents who've separated to help them understand the potential impact on their child.

40% of marriages will end in divorce and 1:4 parents will separate before their child turns 16.

Shelia Maycock is the Centre Manager for Relate in Dorset:

You can listen to her full interview with Wessex FM below.

If you'd like to find out more call RELATE on 01305 262285.


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