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InspireYou! is a small wellbeing group running on a fortnightly basis in Crewe. The group will run for 12 sessions. Each session has a different theme focussing on your mental wellbeing. The aim of the group is to improve how you feel about yourself, improve your relationships and build on your coping skills. The group is interactive, creative and a safe space to share, learn and meet others.

If you are interested or would like more information, please contact 01606 557 666 or email

This will also be available as a drop in group in Winsford for students at Warrington and Vale College. 

Motherwell Cheshire is a registered charity (1173554) based in Crewe and Winsford and has recently expanded its services to support girls aged 14-18 within the Inspire Project. The Inspire Project provides counselling and is funded by BBC Children in Need.

The Inspire Project provides counselling, peer support, mentoring and therapeutic groups.

Inspire provides an initial assessment to ensure that we find the right support for you.  We can also signpost to local agencies that may be more suitable. 

Our outcomes for the service are for girls aged 14 to 18 years to:

1) Feel more positive about themselves 

2) Have improved relationships 

3) Feel more able to cope

If you are 14-18 years old, experiencing any of the following, and not being supported by any agencies such as CAMHS, please contact our referrals team:

1) Feel more positive about themselves 

2) Have improved relationships 

3) Feel more able to cope


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Often these feelings are linked to a difficult experience such as negative relationships, abuse, trauma, loss/bereavement, high and unrealistic expectations from self or others, bullying, or isolation. They may not seem connected but exploring through counselling can help make connections. Sometimes you can develop unhealthy coping strategies such as:


Risky relationships

Self – Harm

Poor relationship with food

Controlled eating



Isolating yourself

Intrusive thoughts

Negative self talk

Avoiding route cause


These can then reinforce the feelings and emotions listed above and it becomes a cycle difficult to get out of, that you may not even know you are in.

The Inspire Project aims to help you develop perspective on your experience and enable you to create more healthy options to cope with your thoughts, feelings and behaviours.

We also offer girls and women of all ages the opportunity to be involved as volunteers. Please contact us for more information.

Contact To refer yourself or someone (with their consent) please contact our Referrals Team – or 01606 557666.