A guide to supporting children, young people and their families in Liverpool living with neurodevelopmental needs.
Neurodevelopmental support: A guide for professionals
In 2019, 439 workforce members across children and young people’s services in Liverpool completed a survey on mental health training needs. This report documents the findings.
REACT sessions are informed by cognitive therapy and behavioural therapy, especially in response to exploring thoughts, feelings and behaviour patterns around anxiety.
This MYA report reviews the research evidence as to what is known about the relationship between mental health and children and young people’s use of new technology, and presents the evidence from research into this that was undertaken on behalf of the Liverpool CAHMS partnership.
New Technology, Mental Health and Young People
This document outlines key elements of a Liverpool-based schools’ policy; it opens with an example policy statement which should be adapted to reflect your school’s ethos and aims in relation to mental health and emotional wellbeing.
Liverpool Schools Mental Health and Emotional Wellbeing Policy
An interactive peer mentoring offer for schools and youth groups with a focus on mental health.
Peer Mentoring Course
A reference guide for all agencies and practitioners who come into contact with children, young people and their families.
Liverpool’s Multi-Agency Self-Harm Practice Guidance