We are pleased to confirm that funding has been approved for Recruit to Train posts across London and the South East for the 2 Year Postgraduate Diploma in CYP IAPT Therapy. Please see below the list of successful recruiters who will be advertising for these Recruit to Train posts due to start in January 2019 […]
We are excited to announce that we will be working with 23 CYP IAPT Partnerships to deliver the third cohort of the CWP programme, with training due to begin in January 2019. We are currently waiting for funding confirmation from Health Education England (HEE) and once we have this, successful Partnerships will be able to […]
In order to meet the target of training 1,700 new staff and offering evidenced based interventions to 70,000 more children and young people annually by 2020, NHSE are funding services to work with the Learning Collaborative to create new therapist roles into which candidates suitable to undertake CYP IAPT therapy training (beginning in January 2019) […]
Interested in CYP IAPT training? Fill in the expression of interest form and we will get in touch with course details and recruitment opportunities in June.
The CYP IAPT team attended the Expo to present work created with partners in the London & South East Learning Collaborative that has driven improvement and innovation in children and young people’s mental health provision.
An exciting opportunity has arisen for a dynamic, experienced and forward-thinking clinician to provide clinical expertise and leadership to the Brandon Centre. Working closely with the Centre’s CEO, the Clinical Director will be responsible for leading, managing and directing the clinical work of the centre to ensure the delivery of a high-quality service to young […]
Beth Ingram, a former AFNCCF Young Champion has recently launched a YouTube channel ‘Community Conversations’ which offers a space to share good practice, learning and insight and offers dialogue around topics such as young people, mental health, lived experience, shared decision-making and community values. Click here to see her latest video discussing the meaning and […]
The last Data Implementation Group was on 16th July at The LIFT, and included fantastic presentations from Emily Wentzel on the Kent Integrated Dataset – an extraordinary achievement, from Joanne Hillier on the thoughtful and strategic approach to using experience and outcome data taken by HERE (the Brighton and Hove Wellbeing Service) and from Michael […]
Our implementation group for all things data took place on 19th March. Delegates were treated to Kate Dalzell from CORC describing their process for establishing outcomes frameworks across systems accompanied by case studies of their work from across the country, and Rebecca Wheatcroft exploring how experience and outcome data has effectively been implemented in Greenwich […]
Following feedback from service-users on CAMHS whiteboards about wanting to see more decoration and colour in the CAMHS waiting rooms, a waiting room development project was set up. Three young people who use our CAMHS service met on a fortnightly basis with two clinicians to develop and create a mural in the CAMHS, St Ann’s […]
The shared learning group for Assistants met yesterday on the 22nd of June. The group heard from Assistant Psychologists Jessica Rees and Emily Ventre who led a fun, interactive session on the CYP IAPT principle of Accountability. They first introduced the concept of accountability, talked about the use and perception of outcomes in different services […]
CORC Director Miranda Wolpert explains the meaning of the key metrics used in the CORC analysis of CYP IAPT data. Click here to listen to the audio explanations. The CORC report on Outcomes and Experience from Child and Young People’s Mental Health Services (2011 – 2015) summarises the key findings in terms of reliable change […]