The London and South East CYP IAPT Learning Collaborative has now ended (April 2019). This website exists as an archive of the activities and information of the collaborative but is only updated for the 3 continuing workforce training programmes: Recruit to Train Childrens Wellbeing Practitioner Programme Educational Mental Health Wellbeing Practitioner Programme If you would […]
We are now open to receiving Expressions of Interest from services looking to create new CWP posts within their service. CWPs offer brief, focused evidence-based interventions in the form of low intensity support and guided self-help to young people who demonstrate mild/moderate: • Anxiety (primary and secondary school age) • Low mood (adolescents) • Common […]
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.
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.
We are excited to launch a free new resource that provides information, considerations and suggestions for commissioners using clinical outcomes for service improvement. This guide was jointly developed with the Healthy London Partnership, who work across health and social care, and with the Greater London Authority, Public Health England, NHS England, London’s councils, clinical commissioning groups, and Health Education […]
Clinicians are well placed to help young people, but often may be missing a vital part of the picture. This guide was developed to help clinicians enable young people to talk more openly about these topics, through creating friendly and inclusive environments, use of monitoring forms and having sensitive conversations.
A message from Thrive LDN: Thrive LDN is a citywide movement to improve the mental health and wellbeing of all Londoners. It is led by Cllr Sarah Hayward, on behalf of The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, and the London Health Board, along with many businesses, charities, and public services, and has been developed with […]
These new roles form part of a new CYP IAPT initiative; the Children’s Wellbeing Practitioner (CWP) Programme and will provide a great opportunity to develop a radically new form of low intensity help for children and young people with mild to moderate health needs around anxiety, self-harm, low mood and behaviour.
This toolkit Is intended to be an electronic resource. It contains a summary of more in-depth reports undertaken in the region with key stakeholders, which can be accessed via hyperlinks in the document, as well as a selection of tools and resources.
Clinicians attending the Looked After Childrens CYP IAPT implementation group have developed a guidance booklet for Looked After Children Services.