Childline is a UK charity and we only have counsellors in this country.This means we can only support young people in the UK.While you’re waiting you can still use other parts of the Childline website and get support from the message boards or Ask Sam. We know it can sometimes be scary talking to counsellors. You might be unsure about what to say or how they'll react. They're a bunch of different people, some old and some young.They all work for us in the UK but many come from different countries like Poland, Ghana, Australia, India, China, France and other places. But most importantly, they all care about young people and give up some of their time to volunteer as counsellors.
Contacting us in Welsh / Child Line ar gyfer pobl ifanc sy’n siarad Cymraeg We don't offer a full Welsh speaking counselling service. If you contact us (by phone or online) and let us know you'd like to talk to someone in Welsh we can arrange a time for you to speak to a Welsh speaking counsellor.We know that lots of young people live in the UK but might not speak English.We want to support all young people but we can only offer counselling in English. When you call us on 0800 1111 you’ll come through to our switchboard. It’s confidential and you don’t have to give your name if you don’t want to.If you get cut off or need to end a call or chat suddenly, you can call back or log in for another 1-2-1 counselor chat.It helps to let the counsellor know you got cut off before.Usually a phone call lasts 30 minutes and a 1-2-1 counsellor chat lasts around 40 minutes.But this could be less or more depending on what help you need. Read on to learn two easy ways to do it and feel like even more of a Snapchat boss. Sure, you might know how to blow up emoji characters or how to write more than one line of text in the app, but there are plenty of other tricks left — like sending photos from your Camera Roll to friends.