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National i-THRIVE Community of Practice 
March 2022


Community of Practice event

On Thursday 10th March 2022, we held our National i-THRIVE Community of Practice event on AMBIT and Risk Support, which also featured a presentation on Social Prescribing for CYP.

AMBIT is a mentalization based team approach for teams working with young people with severe and multiple needs, who do not tend to access mainstream services. 

The recording of the event can be accessed here.

Please visit our website here to find out more and to download the event slides.

National Social Prescribing Day: 10th March 2022

Social Prescribing promotes needs-focussed activities and community support as non-medical forms of intervention to improve mental health and wellbeing. This very much aligns with the THRIVE Framework for system change (Wolpert et al., 2019), in which shared decision making is a core principle.

Honouring Social Prescribing Day in our Community of Practice event
On Thursday 10th March, we celebrated National Social Prescribing Day with a tribute to Social Prescribing in the i-THRIVE Community of Practice event. Colleagues from the Anna Freud Centre delivered a presentation on Social Prescribing with Children and Young People. 

The slidedeck can be downloaded here.

Other Resources on Social Prescribing
Links to helpful Social Prescribing resources can be found below:

If you have any queries about implementing the THRIVE Framework for system change (Wolpert et al., 2019), please contact the team at We will endeavour to help in any way we can.

With warm wishes,

The National i-THRIVE Programme Team

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