Tag Archives: support

Living alongside a condition

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Sometimes, living with a condition whether it be medical (e.g. diabetes, cystic fibrosis, chronic fatigue) or developmental (e.g. ADHD, ASC, Dyslexia) can be hard. Many young people have experienced feeling stressed, worried, angry, fed-up or unhappy at times with their …

If your little boy came up to you and told you mummy I’m not a boy I’m a girl what would you say?

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Tara Hewitt, CWP’s equality champion writes: “The answer is many of us don’t know what we would say we simply haven’t thought about it or had it cross our minds. From the moment a child is born we ask “is …

Trans teens

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  Some young people  identify themselves as trans; but what does that mean?  ‘Trans’ means different things to different people. It is a term that can be used when someone is transgender; when there is a mismatch between your physical sex (i.e. your sexual organs) and …

It’s OK to be different

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Adolescence is a time when you are discovering who you are; your likes and dislikes, this includes your sexuality.  Some teenagers realise they are heterosexual, others begin to identify themselves as lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender (LGBT). Research by Stonewall, …

Primary Mental Health Service (East Cheshire)

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   What does the Primary Mental Health Service in East Cheshire CAMHS offer? The Primary Mental Health Service offers assessment and short-term treatment and support within CWP CAMHS for children and young people aged 0-16 years.

Brothers and sisters of children and young people with mental health issues

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The Rethink website has set up a new siblings network to help brothers and sisters ”get information and advice and find support” about their sibling’s mental health issues.  click here to find out more…