Emotional Health and Wellbeing Service
The team comprises of clinicians all with experience of working with children and young people.
The service has two main aims:
1. ‘System Navigators’: To support professionals (education, health, and social care) access the right evidence-based service at the earliest opportunity, ensuring personalised support and the best outcomes.
2. To work with schools to help them to improve the general emotional health and wellbeing of their pupils.
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Emotional Health and Wellbeing Practitioners Team
The team's role is to signpost, advise and support referrals to the wider emotional health and wellbeing services available for children, young people and families; from online self-management resources to specialist child and adolescent mental health services. We work closely with the Early Help Hubs and the CAMH Single Point of Access (SPA).
All emotional health and wellbeing services across Cambridgeshire and Peterborough have adopted the national THRIVE framework to set out how our services respond to needs on a continuum from early signs of emotional distress to severe mental health challenges. The individual’s needs and how they and their family would like to receive support will influence which services and treatment are delivered from one or more of the five THRIVE needs-based groupings.
We are an integral part of the wider Cambridgeshire and Peterborough emotional health and wellbeing services for children and young people which will ensure the signposting and advice we provide will support the delivery of integrated, child-centred services. • We can also help you assess the needs of children, young people and families and deliver training and consultation to support professionals develop their skills, knowledge and understanding of emotional health and wellbeing issues to more effectively and confidently deliver support.
Project for Schools Peterborough - Early Health and Wellbeing
Project for schools is an innovative Tier 2 service aiming to provide training, support and plan interventions with staff and relevant professionals working in educational settings, with children who are experiencing emotional difficulties and distress.
We are mental health nurses working across Peterborough in Primary Schools, hoping to recognise the context and impact of emotional, developmental, environmental and social factors of these children experiencing mental health problems.
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- 0300 5555060
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