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Information and resources on taking care of your mental health and wellbeing

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What we do

We support and educate young people in looking after their mental health

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We understand mental health

All our work is informed by sound clinical evidence and the experience of our expert trainers. The Charlie Waller community includes renowned authorities on adolescent psychology, childhood anxiety and depression

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The impact of our work

Every year we reach thousands of young people, educators, parents and employers. We give them practical tools and strategies and the confidence to look after their mental health

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43,197

teachers, parents & pupils trained

131,657

publications sent out

1,551

staff and line managers trained

Dick was excellent. He shaped his presentation to suit his audience and responded to feedback from us to adapt his video so that it was perfect for his audience

from a teacher

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Gemma is easy going and relates to everyone really well. I've used Gemma before in a previous role and I knew that she would be well liked and respected due to her nursing background and great deal of experience within the mental health field

from a hospice employee

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Inspirational trainer who gave a powerful presentation and real, lived experience which helped me understand. Thank you Annabelle, you are making a difference to mental health

from a Year 4 teacher

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This site’s content is based on clinical research verifiable from published studies. Clinical staff at the Charlie Waller Institute, University of Reading review our materials and provide quality assurance. We involved site users in scoping, content and design, and the site meets AA accessibility standards.
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