What we offer
We want to improve young people’s understanding of their mental health and wellbeing and to equip them with the knowledge, skills and confidence to look out for themselves, their friends and those around them.
Most of our work is delivered to those responsible for young people - schools, families, colleges, universities, the workplace and primary care - through consultancy, training and the provision of educational and practical resources.
Whatever your relationship with young people, find more about how we can help you to support them.
If you are a young person and need immediate support, please click here.
About our training
Positive. Practical. Proven. These are the guiding principles of our mental health training
Our colleges programme utilises an evidence-based approach to mental health and wellbeing for pupils and staff alike.
Our programme provides evidence-based training and resources that motivates, informs and provides practical tools.
Our mental health and wellbeing for universities programme involves an holistic approach for the whole institution.
Parents and Carers
Advice and resources for individuals supporting young people experiencing mental health difficulties.
We work with employers and employees to help embed a positive mental health culture within an organisation.
Eating Disorder Workshops for Parents and Carers
New Maudsley carer skills workshops for parents and carers of loved ones with an eating disorder
Nurses and allied healthcare professionals
We offer face-to-face training, online training and resources that can be accessed online.
Series of webinars for parents, carers and educators
We offer live online training sessions on many mental health topics
Mental health library
Filter through all of our articles, videos, resources and more by user and topic
Mental health resources
Informative guides and posters about mental health for education staff, parents, carers and young people
Projects in Partnership
Collaboration with like-minded organisations is key to our approach.
"Katie was an excellent trainer, she was incredibly clever, patient, and understanding. She clearly is passionate about the topic."from a line management service
"Jenny was personable, engaging, interesting and knowledgeable...she engaged the students well: her delivery was confident and her content relevant and useful."from a school tutor
"Andy was enthusiastic and passionate. Staff and pupils found the workshops engaging and informative."from a head teacher
"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
"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
The Charlie Waller Trust
The Charlie Waller Trust is a registered charity in England and Wales 1109984. A company limited by guarantee. Registered company in England and Wales 5447902. Registered address: The Charlie Waller Trust, First Floor, 23 Kingfisher Court, Newbury, Berkshire, RG14 5SJ.
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