Prof Barry Wright

Barry Wright is a Professor of Child Mental Health at the University of York working for the Hull York Medical School and the Leeds and York Partnership NHS Foundation Trust. He is Clinical Lead of the ten centre National Deaf CAMHS funded by NHS England since its inception in 2004. This has Deaf and hearing clinicians working together to deliver accessible therapies to D/deaf children and young people across England. He runs a research group called the Child Oriented Mental health Intervention Centre (COMIC), which focuses its attention on finding and researching child friendly mental health interventions that can be delivered at scale in the community (https://www.comic.org.uk/research).
Prof Barry Wright
Barry Wright is a Professor of Child Mental Health at the University of York working for the Hull York Medical School and the Leeds and York Partnership NHS Foundation Trust. He is Clinical Lead of the ten centre National Deaf CAMHS funded by NHS England since its inception in 2004. This has Deaf and hearing clinicians working together to deliver accessible therapies to D/deaf children and young people across England. He runs a research group called the Child Oriented Mental health Intervention Centre (COMIC), which focuses its attention on finding and researching child friendly mental health interventions that can be delivered at scale in the community (https://www.comic.org.uk/research).

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