Welcome to our True2You Support Groups!

Here you can meet with our team of professionals and young people of your age to talk about sex, love, relationships, safety online and mainly about anything that’s on your mind – a judgement-free zone to get and give advice within a group.

  • We schedule weekly themed Zoom Meetings based on your interests and needs.
  • We are offering online groups for girls and young women only and for boys and young men only as well as mixed groups.
  • The groups are aged between 14-17 years and 18-24 years.

Check out our team and agenda below and sign up to start your conversation with us!

There is nothing on the outside that can replace the amazingness you are already on the inside! Re-connect and be true2you!

Meet the Team

Vicky Cooke Profile

Vicky Cooke

Vicky Cooke is a Manager of a Sexual Health and Wellbeing Being Service for young people in London, UK, facilitating groups and workshops and working on a 1:1 basis. Vicky empowers you to make informed choices, providing you with a safe space where you can feel free to express and explore what you’re feeling, including asking any question around sex, love, relationships, sexual health and wellbeing.
Rachel Andras Profile

Rachel Andras

Rachel Andras is a Social Educator and Gender Expert empowering people of all ages to deepen their self-love and self-care and building a loving relationship with themselves and from there with others. Rachel grew up in Germany and lives and works globally from Barcelona, Spain. She supports you to treasure and cherish your body, don’t accept any abuse and to make daily choices for your wellbeing.
Eduardo Feldman Profile

Eduardo Feldman

Eduardo Feldman is a Health & Wellbeing Practitioner who supports people of all ages to live from their true essence. Eduardo grew up in Buenos Aires, Argentina, lived many years in the USA and lives and works from Barcelona, Spain. He supports you to re-claim your sensitivity, tenderness, delicateness, and preciousness as a strength and become aware that we are so much more than a gendered body.
Jonas Mensch Profile

Jonas Mensch

Jonas Mensch grew up and lives in Germany and is going to study primary school teaching. During his teenage years he spend a lot of time in the virtual world of video-gaming, isolating himself from the world and also avoiding his responsibilities. Today he is not hiding anymore and loves connecting with people and supports young people in finding in being true2themselves.
Paula Profile 2

Paula Andras

Paula Andras grew up in New York and then moved later to Germany and studies now in Bristol, UK. Self-care has always been a huge part of her life which has supported her to go through her teenage years big time. She loves to support other young people to develop a loving relationship with themselves and is a lot of fun to be with!
Ben Profile 2

Ben Campbell

Ben Campbell grew up and lives in New Zealand. He offers his experience and support to young people in dealing with Mental Health issues, eating disorders and addictions, all things he had faced during his teenage years. He is currently writing a book to share his experiences. He has claimed himself back, loves life and people and is of great support for young people in similar situations.
Vanessa Profile

Vanessa McHardy

Vanessa McHardy is a New Zealand based Psychotherapist with 18 years experience of 1:1 work and has developed programmes where she shares Life Skills for Mental Health and Wellbeing. She grew up in NZ then lived in London for almost 30 years before returning to NZ. Vanessa loves unlocking potential and meeting people by giving them the space to just be, connecting to how amazing their bodies are and not to believe the lies their inner critic tells them.
Chetan Profile

Chetan Jha

Chetan Jha grew up between London and Mumbai and works as a Police Officer in the London Met. He is also qualified as a Health and Wellbeing Practitioner. Solidness, commitment, dedication and a zest for life from a true place of living is what he has himself become adept at and these are the qualities he brings to his mentoring work with children and young adults. To go on a journey WITHIN is one of the greatest gifts to have and a life adventure where there is no dull moment to not be committed to life all around.
Deborah Savran Profile 2

Deborah Savran

Deborah Savran is an Integrative Health and Wellness Coach and Licensed Massage Therapist in Seattle, USA. Her work deepened after her teenage son died of an accidental overdose from counterfeit opioids drugs sourced from social media. Founder of the Out of the Box Project, she is committed to supporting people of all walks of life - anyone struggling and feeling trapped by societal expectations and interpersonal patterns - to break out of the boxes that grab us, and reconnect to lightness and joy.

The Agenda

Click on the event you would like to join and select “Join Meeting”, then fill in the questionnaire with your data. Once we have checked the data you will receive a confirmation email from us.
Thank you!

Your participation is free and you only have to register so we know how many people will be joining and also to have your contact details in the case you need further support. Your personal information will be treated confidentially and not be shown or given to anybody!

Support Group Self love
Support Group

Self-esteem and Self-Love

Negative self-talk is the biggest hurdle to loving ourselves. We constantly bombard ourselves with thoughts about not being good enough, pretty enough, successful enough… we stand in front of the mirror and see only what we don’t like…..
This constant judgement on ourselves affects us a lot and makes us feel unworthy.
So, if you would like to get together with other young people and the True2You team to support you to truly love and cherish yourself and simply express from what you feel and where you are at, then sign up for this group.

Support Group Who am I
Support Group

Who am I?

This group is a space to get together and share and explore who we are, what we love and what we expect from life…. If you feel to join this space with other young people and our True2You team then sign up and connect!!!!

Support Group Violence
Support Group

Violence and Abuse

This group is a space to get together if you feel that you are experiencing violence and abuse or that this might be happening in your life. You are supported to express what is happening to you and you will receive support to get professional help if needed.

Support Group My Body
Support Group

My Body

Our body is our home, the place to be 24/7, but how are we with our body? How do we treat ourselves and how do we take care of our ‘home’ to feel cherished and loved?

If you feel like exploring your relationship with your body and how to support yourself through self-care then sign up to this group….


If you are exposed to any form of violence or cyber violence or just want to talk to someone, even if you’re not sure it’s violence, please use these following services:
United Kingdom
  • 1800 THE LINE: 1800 695 463
    A national 24 hours relationships helpline for young people to talk to someone about the relationship issues they may be experiencing, or if they are unclear about where to draw the line between what is, or isn’t a respectful relationship.
  • 1800 RESPECT: 1800 737 732
    A national 24 hours sexual assault, family and domestic violence counseling line for anyone who has experienced, or is at risk of, physical or sexual violence. This service is designed to meet the needs of people with disabilities, Indigenous Australians, young people and individuals from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds. Online counseling is also available.
New Zealand
  • National Teen Dating Abuse Helpline TTY Hotline:
    866–331–9474 and 866–331–8453
  • Pathways to Safety International: (domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, and stalking) 833–SAFE–833 (833–723–3833)
  • National contact center for children’s online safety: www.justice.gov/coronavirus/keeping- children-safe-online
  • Child help National Child Abuse Hotline:
    800–4–A–CHILD (800–422–4453)
  • Love is Respect National Dating Abuse Helpline:
    866 331-9474 – 24-hour helpline for teens, parents, friends and family, peer advocates. All communication is confidential and anonymous.

Don’t forget that there are people in your life that you can trust – mom, dad, a teacher, family members, youth worker, counselor, etc.

Find your person of trust and talk to them!

Specifically cyber violence can be terrifying, but it becomes less so when you tell someone and accept their help!
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