We are looking to recruit a new Clinical Lead to the London and South East CYP IAPT Collaborative.
Are you interested in quality improvement and supporting services for children, young people and their families? We have four roles in the programme team (Clinical Lead, Assistant Psychologist, Programme Administrator and Project Manager) that are currently being advertised on http://www.annafreud.org/vacancies/ Clinical Lead – We are looking to recruit a new Clinical Lead to the London and South East CYP IAPT […]
We are keen to collaborate with commissioners and local service managers who are looking to expand their provision of services to children under five.
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.
The CYP IAPT young advisors are currently piloting a series of road trip visits to different participation groups across the London and South East Learning Collaborative.
The London and South East CYP IAPT Central Team invites the Learning Collaborative partnerships to apply to the Participation Acceleration Fund for the chance to receive £2000 per partnership.
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 […]
As part of a new CYP IAPT initiative, Children’s Wellbeing Practitioners (CWPs) will be trained over the course of a year to offer brief, focused evidence- based interventions for anxiety, low mood and self-harm, and behavioural problems (under close supervision) to young people who wouldn’t otherwise reach thresholds for CAMHS. This new subset of practitioners will […]
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.
The Children’s Commissioner believes we need to change how we prepare children for digital life. Working with a group of technology, legal and policy experts, the Commissioner recommends three interventions in the ‘Growing up Digital’ report which will help to protect children and young people online. To read the report, click here.