Children’s Mental Health Week
Find out what’s happening in Liverpool during Children’s Mental Health Week and how can you get involved.
Express Yourself Live Stream Sessions
The Liverpool Whole School Approach CAMHS Partnership and The Liverpool Learning Partnership will be hosting a series of live-streamed events aimed at children, families and school staff.
Find out more here, and view the schedule
Films and resources
Our partners have produced a range of films and resources created to raise awareness and tackle the stigma around important issues relating to children and young people’s mental health, including ACEs and suicide awareness.
Click here to view all CAMHS films
Merseyside Youth Association is delivering bite-size, hour-long training sessions covering subjects including Embracing Uncertainty; Managing Teenage and Child Stress; Grief and Loss and many more.
View the full training schedule and book here
Use The Resilience Framework tool to set targets and track progress to work towards building your resilience.
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.
Find out more and book a place here
The SKY group (16-25’s) will be having a discussion around the importance of expressing yourself using the ‘Secondary School’ guide from the Childrens’ Mental Week website. The group will then be using Mentimeter to get a nice collage of statements from young people expressing their likes, dislikes, strengths, interests, dreams and passions.
THURSDAY 4th FEBRUARY 6-7pm
The THRIVE group (secondary school age) will be delivering a themed session around children’s mental health week during our weekly online group.
MONDAY 1st FEBRUARY 4:30-5:30pm
Liverpool CAMHS social media channels will be supporting Place2Be by inviting followers to express themselves, sharing motivational quotes and signposting to partners.
Follow us on Twitter @LivCAMHSFYI and Facebook/LiverpoolCAMHS
Find out more about Place2Be and download social media assets here
ROAR Response is a first-line response aimed at equipping frontline professionals with the tools to provide early intervention and support to children experiencing mental distress.
Book your place here:
Virtual ROAR Zoom Training 9th and 10th Feb 9 am-12.30 pm (2 half days)
ROAR secondary school training – 4x two-hour modules
Virtual ROAR Zoom Training 10th & 11th March 9 am-12.30 pm (2 half days)