“One in 8 children and young people have a diagnosable mental health condition. These illnesses can have a devastating impact on their physical health, their relationships and their future prospects. The challenge often extends into a person’s adult life, with half of all mental health conditions beginning before the age of 14”
As part of the national trailblazer to improve access to children’s mental health services, we are supporting educational settings to develop their whole school/college approach to mental health and well-being, through consultation and the delivery of evidence based psychological therapies whilst supporting the development of pathways to external services including our specialist CaMHS Services. Click here to see if you school is part of this initiative.
If you are an existing Partner school, you can gain access to a range of psychoeducational workshops, staff CPD and resources through our school portal which can be accessed here.
To find out more, become a partner school or to access your school’s log in details, please contact us on 01642 352747 Option 2.
We also work in close Partnership with a range of educational settings and other organisations including local Clinical Commissioning Groups, Local Authorities, specialist CaMHS and our voluntary sector colleagues to ensure the best outcomes are achieved for our families.
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