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

 

Do you have a child with a learning disability who presents with challenging behaviour?

Signposts- for building better behaviour may be for you.     Signposts is a  programme developed in Australia by the parenting research centre, specifically aimed at helping parents of children with Learning Disabilities develop skills to manage, and understand their …

CWP’s East Cheshire CAMHS raise awareness on World Mental Health Day

  CWP’s East Cheshire CAMHS ‘Crew’ is a group of young people who are passionate about improving mental health services for children and young people, working hard to raise mental health awareness within their community and challenging mental health stigma, especially within …

Switch

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 …

Wear jeans, save lives

  Staff from Cheshire and Wirral Partnership NHS Foundation Trust (CWP) Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) and the Learning Disability (LD CAMHS) Team in Wirral have been joined by staff from the Child Development Centre and health visitors based at …

Joined Up 2013

 Building on the success… …of last year’s The Art of Participation conference, held at The Lauries Centre in Birkenhead on World Mental Health Day 2012, Wirral CAMHS is hosting a tightly packed programme of keynote speakers and interactive stalls to …

Transforming our services – some exciting news

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 …

Malala Day

On Friday July 12th, Malala Yousafzai, celebrated her birthday by giving a speech at the UN assembly in New York highlighting the need for peace and education for all girls and women around the world.  What made this speech more powerful, …