Richmond upon Thames TaMHS

"On behalf of everyone at CFCC, I want to say thank you very much for all the support and enthusiasm you have given TaMHS over the past couple of years. We have seen some really innovative multi-agency practice and I am sure lots of Richmond families will have benefitted from the preventative mental health work achieved. On a personal note, I would like to thank you for your good humour, persistence and warmth. It is these qualities that often make the difference between engagement and non-engagement for professionals and our clients in mental health work."

Angela Caulder, Richmond CAMHS Team Manager and Dramatherapist

"A personal note extending good wishes to you for steering us all the right direction. We have been able to see the transparency of what the TaMHS funding has offered us all. In enhanced working relationships with the other agencies, the assessment and identification of need for the children and the growth of the knowledge gained by professionals. TaMHS money has helped the School Nursing and Health Visiting Service to provide a service that supports children and parents cope with issues that do not reach the criteria of CAMHS. Reflecting as I write to you, the seeds that were grown two years ago have provided a hardy established service in Behaviour Advice which I am grateful to be part of TaMHS. You led us all well, and achieved much greatness, and in particular respect."

Linda Hagan, Professional Lead Children's Universal Services, Richmond and Twickenham Primary Care Trust

“A huge thank you for all the help we have received at St Richard's via the TaMHS project and your sensitive management of issues and funds."

Angela King, Inclusion Manager, St Richard's with St Andrew's CE Nursery and Primary School

"Echoed - a great achievement! You will be missed."

Dr Ann York, Consultant Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist, Child and Family Consultation Centre, Richmond Royal