We help young people with an unusual appearance face life with confidence

Support, Information and Advice for Young People

Changing Faces supports young people who have any condition or injury that affects their appearance, anywhere in the UK.

Call us 10am-4pm Monday to Friday on 0300 012 0275
Calls to our 0300 number cost the same as a call to any landline

Email us by filling out our online Contact Form
Please include your name and location to enable us to help you better

We offer

  • brief and confidential advice and information
  • information about Changing Faces and the services we offer
  • the opportunity to have sessions with a Changing Faces Practitioner
  • information about other organisations.

Changing Faces Practitioners provide confidential emotional support, advice and information.  They can help you

  • find out more about your condition and treatments
  • develop a more positive attitude
  • cope with your feelings better, by giving you time to talk things through and supporting you to grow in confidence
  • learn about others’ experiences and exchange information, thoughts and ideas
  • manage other people’s reactions by discussing techniques to handle everyday situations like staring, questions and comments.

Your contact with a Changing Faces Practitioner might be a one-off session, or may be more ongoing (two to six sessions, perhaps more) – it depends on what you want and what you need.

Sessions can be held

  • face-to-face at one of our centres, based in London or Sheffield (covering Yorkshire and The Humber)
  • over the phone or via Skype
  • by email

Click here if you are a parent seeking advice and support regarding your child.

Click here if you are an adult seeking advice and support.

Click here for more information about Skin Camouflage

 

Confidentiality

If you are under 18 years old, we may need to get in touch with your parents / carers first before receiving our support or skin camouflage services, but we would discuss this with you first.

Self-help guides

We offer a wide range of Self-Help Guides to help adults, families and young people learn new techniques to handle living with an unusual appearance.

Learn More

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