This month we are thinking about the CYP IAPT principle of participation, and how important it is to get young people and families involved in local mental health services. Krissie Ivanova is a Children's Wellbeing Practitioner (CWP) who works for our partner Wellspring Counselling, one of the newest members of the collaborative. Krissie has recently … Continue reading Participation Matters – An Interview with Wellspring
"There is nothing in the parenting manuals that tells you what to do when your child is impacted by mental health issues" Debbie Frances As part of the University of Exeter's new CYP IAPT Inpatient CAMHS (Child & Adolescent Mental Health Services) Training Programme, trainees have been looking at the importance of parent and carer … Continue reading Parent and Carer Participation – a blog by Debbie Frances
As cohort 3 approach the beginning of the CWP programme, we have taken the opportunity to interview 2 trainee CWP’s. Ed and Samantha are based at Somerset Rural Youth Project (SRYP). SRYP have rebranded to Young Somerset so as to better reflect their growing reach and remit across the county. So, Ed and Sam, why … Continue reading An Interview with WP-CWPs
This month we interviewed Marie from Off the Record in Bristol, to find out more about how they are using ProReal; how the project came about and the success its been having. So, what is ProReal? ProReal is an immersive, avatar-based virtual world platform that helps people communicate in a dynamic and visual way. Built … Continue reading ProReal: A Virtual Therapy Tool
The risk register is a tool in risk management and project management. It is used to identify potential risks in the implementation of the values and principles of CYP-IAPT in your organisation and partnership and can be used alongside the self-assessment. The risk register includes all information about each identified risk, such as the nature of … Continue reading What is the CYP-IAPT Self-Assessment Risk Register?