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Anger off! Assertive on! A useful trick for helping you manage your emotions. When you choose to direct your mind, your emotions tend to follow, and that’s the principle behind this powerful self help exercise. It’s a bit unusual, but …

The Magic Glasses

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The real magic is inside of you A fun story about how we can all benefit from choosing to look at things positively.  Recorded for younger visitors, this charming tale helps bring to life how our outlook can affect the …

Transforming our services – some exciting news

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We are delighted to announce that Cheshire and Wirral Partnership NHS Foundation Trust’s (CWP) community Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS), in partnership with Catch 22, are one of 24 services who have been successful in their application to transform services …

Wirral CAMHS workers to present at European Conference

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Staff from CWP Child and Adolescent Mental Health services, (CAMHS) in Wirral have been invited to present a new, innovative mindfulness group for young people with chronic unexplained pain at a European conference. The mindfulness group was developed through joint working between CWP CAMHS …

Putting the ‘Value’ in ‘Value for Money’

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Cheshire and Wirral Partnership NHS Foundation Trust operates under a set of overarching, core values of “Care, Well-being and Partnership”.  All employees strive to adhere to these three core values as we perform our duties.  We thought it would be a good …

Pine Lodge short stay school success!

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Congratulations to the team at Pine Lodge Short Stay School who have been awarded runner up in the Cheshire West and Chester Directorate awards for ‘team of the year’. This follows on from receiving an ‘Outstanding’ Ofsted Judgment in October 2012.  Ofsted Lead Inspector, Eric …

Our response to the Francis Report

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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 …