The charity has handled 2,500 counselling sessions in the last three years while centres in Glasgow and Aberdeen have dealt with 159 calls on the subject from children in the last year.
Stephanie Inglis On Way Home
A Scottish judo star critically injured in motorbike accident in Vietnam is flying home.
The UK air ambulance is taking Commonwealth Games medallist Stephanie Inglis to hospital in Scotland from a medical facility in Bangkok.
A spokeswoman for the family said on Saturday night that Ms Inglis has improved so much that her parents, Robert and Alison, could explain to her she was going home and the 27-year-old astounded doctors by smiling.
In a statement on the Save Steph Facebook page, the spokeswoman said: ''She is in so much discomfort and fighting against all the odds to improve herself when the medical team asked her if she could hold up two fingers, Stephanie did, and then she smiled a small but amazing smile.
''The doctor was so surprised he started to bow and laugh, because not only did it show that Stephanie understood this instruction it also showed after all that's happened to her she still had the humour and friendly personality that everyone respects and loves.''
She added ''This is a difficult journey which will stop in India, Georgia and Austria and then its final stage Stephanie Inglis against all the odds will be home.''
She thanked the thousands of supporters who have donated more than £300,000 to pay for medical care for the Glasgow 2014 silver medallist, saying without the money it would have been impossible get her treatment, transfer her to hospital in Bangkok and bring her back to Scotland.
Ms Inglis' childhood friend and fellow judo competitor Khalid Gehlan set up a fundraising campaign after the sport star's travel insurance had been deemed invalid and her medical bills were £2,000 a day following the accident on May 12.
She suffered head injuries when her skirt caught in the wheel of a motorcycle taxi and pulled her off the bike, on her way to work teaching English in Ha Long.
Doctors in Vietnam initially gave her a 1% chance of survival, but she emerged from a medically-induced coma within the last week.
Official figures show more than 400 consultant jobs across Scotland are unfilled.
Education Secretary John Swinney will urge rival parties at Holyrood to back his plans for sweeping reforms to Scotland's schools.
Experts described the number as a "real concern''.
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