We're talking mental health.

We provide mental health training, resources and consultancy with a focus on children and young people.


We work with young people, parents and carers, schools, colleges, universities and employers.

All our work is based on sound evidence. It gives people the confidence and skills to look after their mental health.

Charlie sits at the heart of our story, our vision and our purpose.


Support for parents and carers

We provide offer information and resources to parents and carers of children with mental health issues.

Training for schools, colleges and universities

We deliver high quality, evidence-based training, resources and consultancy, working in partnership with you.

Workplace mental health training

We offer bespoke training and consultancy to enable you to recognise and address mental health issues for individuals and teams.

Join our Team!

Work for Charlie Waller and support children and young people to speak openly about their mental health and reach their full potential.

Join our team

Free eating disorder workshops

Are you a parent or carer of a loved one with an eating disorder? Come to our carer skills workshop series to learn how to support them.

Eating Disorder Workshops for Parents and Carers

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.

Learn more about the impact we are having

In 2020...


teachers, parents & pupils trained


publications sent out


staff and line managers trained

Fundraise for Charlie Waller

We rely on the generosity of our supporters to fund our vital work. There are so many ways to get involved.

The Kinsky Trio concert

Join us at the prestigious Gray's Inn for an evening of the Kinsky Trio's beautiful music.

Walk for Wellbeing 2024

Complete a 13.1 mile trek along the beautiful South Downs Way or mark World Mental Health Day (10 October) with a walk wherever you choose! Every step of the way you will boost your own wellbeing whilst supporting young people's mental health.

Flackstock 2024

We are thrilled to join this wonderful festival celebrating the life of the amazing Caroline Flack!

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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