• The Box
    The Box

    Activities and tools for you to use

  • Mindfulness
    Mindfulness

    So what is mindfulness?

  • The Box+
    The Box+

    New uploads

  • 5-12 Main Site
    5-12 Main Site

    Check it out!

This is where you can find out about what’s new in CWP CAMHS for children and young people aged 5-12.

 

Daisy and the Noisy Monster

  Guidance for parents/carers/professionals, who may be reading this with a child: The following poem has been written to help children understand and defeat their Obsessive Compulsive Disorder.  Ellie Donnelly, a CBT (Cognitive Behaviour Therapy) therapist suggests that rather than reassurring children, the best …

Our response to the Francis Report

You may have read recently about an investigation into complaints and poor treatment of patients who attended a hospital in Mid Staffordshire.  The report is called the Francis report. Robert Francis QC, Chairman of the inquiry, made a number of …

Our new team name is…..West Cheshire 0-16 CAMHS!

Following the joining up of West Cheshire 0-16 CAMHS and Primary CAMHS services we asked for your feedback on whether we needed to change our team name.  The votes have now been counted and…. The results are: 1st – West Cheshire …

Time to Change

 Time to Change is England’s biggest programme to put a stop to mental health stigma and discrimination. Mental health problems are common – but nearly nine out of ten people who experience them say they face stigma and discrimination as …

Eating Disorder Awareness Week – 11th to 17th February 2013

Eating disorders awareness week is happening from Monday 11th February 2013 to Sunday 17th February 2013 This week aims to raise awareness of eating disorders and provide support for people affected by this. Have you or anybody close to you suffered from …

Max investigates ………World Mental Health Day

Hi Max here! I am the roving reporter for CAMHS and LD CAMHS.  A few months ago I told you all about how to let us know what you felt about CAMHS and LD CAMHS.   Today I am reporting back …

Families come in lots of shapes and sizes – every family is different!

We all grow up in different families: some children have a mum and a dad; some grow up in single parent families, with just their mum or dad.  Other children grow up in extended or step-families when either their mum …