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This is the section of the mymind website where you can see at a glance what’s new in CWP CAMHS. Check out below for the most current postings or visit your chosen page for more information.
You can also visit our About Us pages to find out more about the local teams in your area, the range of specialist services we offer and how to get in touch. We also have sections for parents/carers and professionals offering an overview in response to frequently asked questions.
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Personally, I don’t believe this should even be a question; mental health should already be on the curriculum. Mental health is a health problem and other health problems are learnt about in PSHE, so why not mental health? Mental health is very common an...
@Mymindfeed welcomes our guest blog written by Sally from the Anna Freud Centre. In April 2015, seven young people involved in research at the Anna Freud Centre, came together in a four day workshop to create a short, animated film about...
Last year's CWP CAMHS Takeover Day was a huge success. Joe Sealey, a CWP young advisor, opened the event and welcomed attendees. He spoke about young people's involvement with the Takeover Challenge over the past 4 years and how this has grown across th...
Over the last few years West Cheshire and Winsford Camhs have developed a positive working relationship with Cheshire Police's Youth Engagement Officers, Safer Schools & Young Person`s Partnership. The monthly Safer Schools bulletin collated & ema...
Cheshire and Wirral Partnership NHS Foundation Trust's (CWP) Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) is continually working collaboratively with young people and partner agencies to develop mental health resources for both professionals and yo...