HeadScape Lovie award is brought home

Beverley Mack, Julie Proctor, Lisa Tan and Carrie Sykes
Beverley Mack, Julie Proctor, Lisa Tan and Carrie Sykes

Oxleas’ innovative website for young people is now the proud owner of its first European award.

HeadScape was showcased at a prestigious awards ceremony in London after being named as a gold winner in the 5th Annual Lovie Awards where the award was presented.

HeadScape logo

Gold winner

As a gold winner in the Youth category, HeadScape was selected as the best in Europe in its category.

2015 Lovie Award

The website has been designed in partnership with young people, to help young people understand and manage their mental wellbeing. It includes a unique screening tool for young people to complete to receive tailored advice and help with a built-in self-referral to our Child Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) in either Bexley or Greenwich. It is designed to work on tablets, smart phones and PCs.

Julie Proctor, who attended the ceremony and is a consultant clinical psychologist for CAMHS, said: “We’re thrilled to accept this award on behalf of all the young people who worked with us and were key in developing HeadScape.”

Since we launched HeadScape in April, we've had more than 6,000 visits to the site, so we have helped a lot of children and young people explore and understand mental health issues that may be concerning them.

Published on 24th November 2015