19 January 2021

Liverpool CAMHS Provider demand – December

Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, our partners have been working hard to support children, young people and their families.

18 January 2021

1:1 Bullybuster support

Bullybusters are delighted to announce they will be delivering one to one sessions with children and young people who may be finding returning to school during the pandemic difficult.

18 January 2021

Residents in Liverpool are encouraged to keep talking about their mental health during national lockdown

People in Liverpool are being encouraged to talk to friends, family and those they trust about their mental health as the coronavirus pandemic continues.

15 January 2021

Talking Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) with CAMHS: Trauma Informed Thinking for Practice

Liverpool CAMHS are delighted to announce an ACEs day conference on Monday 1st February 2021 followed by a series of daily events throughout Child Mental Health Week 2021.

This event is open to all professionals within the Liverpool and Sefton region.

For more information click here.

Bookings via email: Nicola.Woolrich@alderhey.nhs.uk

24 December 2020

Share your views about Kooth online mental wellbeing tool.

Kooth is a free anonymous online tool which offers counselling and emotional wellbeing services for young people aged between 10 and 25 years old. It’s been available in Liverpool since Autumn 2019.


16 December 2020

Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing (EMDR) Training

An opportunity for professionals to be trained in Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing (EMDR). 

The course is free to members of staff from Fresh CAMHS, YPAS, and ADHD Foundation (who meet the EMDR Association eligibility criteria). The cost for non-funded delegates is £900 per person. 

30 November 2020

National recognition for YPAS open-access mental health hubs

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The solution to young people’s mental health needs: Liverpool CAMHS partner YPAS Integrated Community Hubs – open-access mental health hubs – and the early intervention model of YIAC (Youth, Information Advice & Counselling) have been recognised nationally.

13 November 2020

Liverpool NOW Festival 2021

Established in 2015, by Merseyside Youth Association’s RAISE Team, The NOW Festival aims to engage young people in a creative discussion around the topic of mental health, through whatever ‘NOW’ issue is selected for that year. 2021 will be the NOW Festival’s 6th year.