This is where you can find out about what’s new in CWP CAMHS for parents and carers.

 

Countdown to World Mental Health Day!

Every year on 10th October World Mental Health Day is celebrated globally!  The day aims to raise awareness about mental health issues and around the world events are held to promote discussion about mental health and well-being. As part of the …

Stop2Go

Give calm the green light A ‘how to’ guide to staying calm as a parent/carer. We all let things get on top of us from time to time, so it’s not surprising that we may occasionally snap. This recording explores …

Pod-tastic New Downloads

**********UPDATE*********** Our first Podcast is now available.  Check it out by clicking here! We are so excited! Anytime soon we will have our own MyMind iTunes podcast page! Building upon the success of the Chillax podcast which we created at the launch …

Our Kaleidoscope Group is starting again!

The Wirral CAMHS Kaleidoscope Group This group is running from 25th April 2012 until 18th July 2012 and is open to all families currently under the care of Wirral CAMHS Who is it specifically for ? Wirral parents of children aged 3-10 …

Eating disorders awareness week – 20th February 2012

 Eating disorders awareness week is happening from Monday 20th February 2012 to Sunday 26th February 2012 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 …

Cheshire 0-16 CAMHS Christmas Competition – Winners Have Been Chosen!

Our Cheshire 0-16 CAMHS Services ran a successful Christmas competition last month where service users were invited to submit suggestions on how we could improve our services in 2012. We had all sorts of suggestions, ranging from lizards and aquariums …

Christmas and Children with Learning Disabilities

Christmas can be an exciting time, but for some children with learning disabilities, who thrive on routine and predictability, the festive season can trigger disruption and an increase in challenging behaviour. Top Tips for Parents ‘PLAN’ the school holidays, especially Christmas …