Information for Professionals and The Community
- The Youth MHFA in Schools programme
- FREE training available through Bucks CAMHS now offering training on the mental health to support school-age children and young people. To book or for further details please email: trainingatbucksCAMHS@oxfordhealth.nhs.uk
- Eating disorders awareness training is available via B-eat. Please send an email directly to: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Emotional Wellbeing in Schools Conference 2017
- MindEd Training. Extensive Emotional wellbeing e-learning is available to all professionals that work with children and young people.
- Promoting children and young people’s emotional health and wellbeing (PHE 2015)
- Future in Mind (DoH, 2012)
- Director of Public Health Annual Reports
- Children's Strategy 2016-18
- Rise Above for schools is a set of lesson plans including Rise Above resources to support teachers of 11-16 year olds in delivering PSHE classes.
- PSHE Support. This page includes a directory that pulls together some public health information to support and complement delivery of PSHE. PSHE Directory Oct-2017
- Public Health in Schools Information on these pages has been put together in direct response to the request from schools for more coordinated and concise health information to support school activities.
- Emotional Wellbeing Network Newsletters
- Self-Harm Resource. These guidelines are intended to help school and residential staff to support young people who harm themselves and to access appropriate services where needed
- Buckinghamshire CAMHS
Bucks CAMHS are specialist mental health services for children and young people provided by the NHS
- School Nursing Service
Every school in Buckinghamshire will also have a named Specialist Community Public Health Nurse. Contact details can be found on the SCHOOL NURSING SERVICE website.
- Time to Talk Bucks
Time to talk Bucks offers free counselling services for young people
- Rise Above
Rise Above website.
Buckinghamshire Council has commissioned Bucks Mind to deliver two programmes across Buckinghamshire:
- Standard MHFA for professionals working with adults
- Youth MHFA for professionals working with children and young people