We provide a safe and confidential environment for young people aged 10-18 years old.

We offer 1-2-1 talking therapies with a qualified counsellor in partnership with Sorted Counselling. It allows young people to explore their thoughts and feelings in a safe and non-judgmental environment.
We help the young person to discover their own solutions and ways of coping so they gain the confidence in their own ability and develop the skills that will aid and support them through this difficult period and throughout their life.

We welcome self-referrals as well as professional referrals. You can call us on 01582 544990 to make a referral.

Currently our waiting list sits at approximately 16 weeks – (Updated May 2023)

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What’s counselling like at Tokko?

Counselling at TOKKO is short-term intervention counselling (6 weeks).

It allows young people to share their problems in a confidential environment while being treated with respect based on an understanding of their individual culture and background.

The counsellors build a relationship of trust with the clients so that they are able to explore the difficulties which may include the stressful or emotional feelings of the client, this will then help the client to see things more clearly, possibly from a different view-point.

As the clients have the right to control their own lives, the fully qualified counsellors will not tell the young people what to do but they will help them act on their own decisions, to make positive steps to achieve positive outcomes in a safe environment.

  • Young People must be registered with a GP in Luton and be between the ages of 10 and 18.
  • Sessions are FREE and available by appointment only.
  • Please note there is a waiting list for appointments.

How can counselling help me?

  • Young people learn ways to understand and control their behaviour.
  • Helps clients develop more of an insight towards their own thoughts and emotions so they can understand them more clearly.
  • Builds clients’ confidence and increases self-esteem.
  • Enables clients to have a better understanding of themselves and others.
  • Develops coping strategies to give the clients the ability to deal with difficult situations.


  • Lead Co-ordinator: Jenny Bech
  • Email:
  • Phone number: 01582 544990
  • TOKKO accepts self-referrals from young people as well as referrals from parents and professionals such as GP’s, schools, health services, youth workers and social workers.
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  • “They have helped me to meet new people and put myself out into the real world comfortably.”

    Mentoring client

  • “TOKKO did not just help me; they saved me from destroying myself.”

    OK2B Client

  • “My time at Tokko was informative, ideal and overall impeccable”

    Work Experience – Chiltern Academy

  • “We are in a better place now because of the kindness of you and your team shared to us!”

    Family supported during the pandemic

  • “Thank you for everything that you’ve done for me.”

    Inclusion Project Client

  • ‘I felt I was not being judged.’

    Young Person – OK2B Project

  • ‘I trust the workers, and I never felt judged.’

    Young Person – Young Parents Project

  • ‘I am in a much better place.’

    Counselling Client

  • ‘Thank you for helping me let go of things to feel better.’

    Counselling client

  • ‘If it wasn’t for TOKKO, I wouldn’t be where I am today.’


  • ‘TOKKO saved my life.’

    Freedom Programme Client