Are you a young person or parent and want to help shape services?

We would love to hear from you! Our Youth Board meet every three months to share what they are working on locally, feed into regional developments and develop ideas and plans to improve mental health services. If you would like to get involved or find out more about what we do, please email Remick, our Participation Innovator: r.kang@exeter.ac.uk. Similarly, if you are a parent or carer and would like to find out opportunities to get involved, again please email Remick....
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Looking for support with transformation?

For Service providers: If you are already part of the South West Collaborative, you can access outreach support in a number of ways: Consultation: Our Clinical Lead is Jonathan Parker (J.Parker5@exeter.ac.uk), whose role is to support you in embedding training and service development. Workshops: If you are having specific difficulties in embedding any of the CYP IAPT principles and practices, our Clinical Leads can set a date with you to come and work with your staff team to help move things forward Outreach training: If you are new to our service, or you've never received our outreach training, we provide 4 days of training for your staff team to support you to embed all of the CYP IAPT principles and practices, as well as day for managers to support workforce development. subscribe to the calendar to find more information and detailed flyers on the forthcoming outreach training. Outreach supervision training: As a new service provider, even before your staff come on our rigorous supervision...
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Want to join the Community of Practice as a new service?

Do you provide an emotional wellbeing service to children, young people, families or carers? Are you based in the south west between Hereford to Cornwall? Do you want to be able to provide a more effective and efficient service in partnership with young people and families? Would you like to access the very best evidence-based training for your staff? Do you want to demonstrate your effectiveness to funders? If you answered yes to the questions above then it's likely that you will find huge benefits in joining the South West Community of Practice. Since 2012 we have been growing our membership to now over 20 service providers across the south west. Hosted by the University of Exeter CEDAR department, the collaborative supports services to implement the Child and Young Person's Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (CYP-IAPT) principles and practices; helping services to deliver easier access to evidence-based psychological therapies, based on clinically meaningful outcomes and authentic participation from young people...
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