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Charlie Waller Memorial Trust

The Charlie Waller Memorial Trust was set up in memory of Charlie Waller, a young man who took his own life.

The Trust aims to:

  • Equip young people to look after their mental wellbeing
  • Help people recognise signs of depression in themselves and others so they know when to seek help
  • Ensure expert and evidence-based help is available when people need it

Raising awareness of mental health amongst young people is very important to the Trust. Their programme for schools and young people provides evidence-based presentations and training that motivate, inform and provide practical ideas and tools that can be easily implemented.

CWMT Trainers all have expertise in mental health and are teachers, clinicians, academics or have lived experience of mental health problems. They draw on the latest research, clinical practice and the experiences of pupils and staff to provide high quality, targeted training. CWMT also offers a free mental health book club, online learning sessions and youth mental health conferences across the UK.

http://www.cwmt.org.uk/ 

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Children & Young People's Mental Health Coalition

The Children and Young People's Mental Health Coalition (CYPMHC), brings together over 100 leading organisations from across England, to form a powerful voice to campaign and influence policy on issues around children and young people's mental health and wellbeing. This unified voice is essential because through their members they cover the whole range of agencies that make up the wider children and young people's mental health system. Their Chair and Vice Chair are Prof Dame Sue Bailey and Dr Pooky Knightsmith.

http://www.cypmhc.org.uk/

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  • pcls@reading.ac.uk
  • School of Psychology & Clinical Language Sciences
    University of Reading
    Harry Pitt Building
    Earley Gate
    Reading
    RG6 6AL

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