Who can come to us?
Children and young people, if they:
- have the feeling that the adults do not understand them
- have difficulty with peers and friends
- do not have a friend
- feel sad, lonely or insecure
- always seem to get a message saying they are doing something ‘wrong’
- feel that they are unsuccessful
- have difficulty in translating school materials
- are feeling lost and do not know what they want
- do not feel comfortable with the way others treat you
- simply have a problem that they feel the need to talk about
Parents (or legal guardians of a child) if they:
- have questions about child raising (setting limits, creating rules, having consistency, etc.)
- have noticed changes in their child’s behavior
- it is difficult for them to deal with the adolescence of their child
- think that their child is spending too much time on the internet, social networks, and cell phones
- have a child that is confronted with peer pressure or other forms of violence
- have a problem with partner relationship and different educational styles
- simply feel that they have a child with whom it is difficult to deal with
And for professionals, volunteers, and society as a whole we work through …
- providing support to experts participating in the education and training of children and young people
- implementation of educational forums, workshops and other promotional activities aimed at systematically working to raise awareness among the general public about various forms of risk behavior.
Our clients can come to us on their own initiative or by recommendation of other institutions (schools, kindergartens, health facilities, social welfare centers etc.).