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Young people (mainly 15-17 years) using an online counselling, support and advice website were asked about their preferences for online versus face-to-face discussion of suicidal feelings. Thematic analysis of results (n = 24) yielded a main theme of 'anonymity' with sub-themes of 'safety and freedom', 'confidentiality' and 'control'. Issues of safeguarding distressed young people who have chosen to remain anonymous are raised.doi:10.29044/v5i1p3 fatcat:33ocveptare7hm2x4s7nn2mgoq