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Children’s psychological wellbeing practitioner

Who are children’s psychological wellbeing practitioner (CPWP)s?

Children’s psychological wellbeing practitioner (CPWP) work with children, young people and their parents and carers when they are experiencing mild to moderate problems with their emotions, thoughts or behaviour.

What do CPWPs help with?

Children’s psychological wellbeing practitioners help with:

  • anxiety (worries) and fears
  • low mood and depression
  • self-harm
  • behavioural problems

What will happen when I talk to a CPWP?

At your first appointment, we will have a discussion with you and your parents or carers about your worries and difficulties. We will work with you to find the best way to help you.

If we think this is the right place for you, we will match you with a children’s psychological wellbeing practitioner who will work with you short-term on your specific goals.

Confidentiality myths and facts

Myths
  • My parents or carers will find out everything I tell you
  • If I tell you something bad, you tell other services
Fact
  • We do not have to tell your parents or carers everything.
  • You can talk to us on your own and discuss what you are happy to share with them.
  • We only share things you tell us with people outside of this service if we are really worried about your or someone else’s safety.
  • We will always try and talk to you first if this happens.

What are my rights?

We can arrange for an interpreter if you or your family need one.

Let us know if you want or need information in a certain way and we will try to do this.

We will discuss with you who we share your information with.

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Disclaimer

Please note this is a generic information sheet relating to care at Sheffield Children’s. The details in this resource may not necessarily reflect treatment at other hospitals. This information is not intended as a substitute for professional medical care. Always follow your healthcare professionals’ instructions. If this resource relates to medicines, please read it alongside the medicine manufacturer’s patient information leaflet. If you have specific questions about how this resource relates to your child, please ask your doctor.

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Sheffield
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United Kingdom

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