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

 

Mymind looking forward to Takeover Day 2015 #TakeoverChallenge

Takeover Day 2015 #TakeoverChallenge On Friday 20th November Our Young people from Cheshire and Wirral Partnership NHS Foundation Trust’s (CWP’s) Involvement Groups will be ‘taking over’ our CAMHS services and displaying one page profiles of our CAMHS Staff for other Young People to …

Mental Health and Me Awards

Huge congratulations to Ellie Smith from Tier 4 CAMHS, who won an award at the Mental Health and Me Awards in Liverpool as part of the World Mental Health Day celebrations in October. The competition was run by Writing on …

CWP’s Big Book of Best Practice

The CWP Big Book of Best Practice has become an annual feature of Cheshire and Wirral Partnership NHS Foundation Trust ‘s Annual Member’s Meeting and Best Practice Event.  The book offers the opportunity for teams from across CWP share examples …

Mymind win at HSJ Value in Healthcare Awards

We are very proud and delighted to announce that Cheshire and Wirral Partnership NHS Foundation Trust (CWP)  Mymind team won the Value and Improvement in Communication category at the 2015  HSJ Value in Healthcare Awards. There were over 500 entries …

Wirral CAMHS Parent & Carer Involvement Group

Welcome to the first blog about our new ‘Wirral CAMHS Parent & Carer Involvement Group’. The group met for the first time in August to discuss how the group will run and the sorts of activities parents/carers can get involved …

Ancora House Launch

  This blog post was written by Beth one of the young people from the Young People’s Centre. “On the 25th August 10 young people from Pine Lodge and Maple ward were invited to join graffiti artist Kieron to create …

Film based on the Stress Vulnerability approach to mental health is launched

Following on from a previous post; Wirral CAMHS, Wirral Early Intervention Team and The Open Door Centre have collaborated to produce a short film exploring mental health in young people. A group of 10 young people who have accessed services were …