With childhood anxiety disorders and demand on children and young people’s mental health services increasing we have to think differently about how we improve access to and implement evidence-based interventions. Parent Guided CBT for childhood anxiety (Creswell et al., 2010), is a self-help approach that has been evaluated in NIHR funded randomised controlled trials across various settings with good effects. With parents/carers keen to acquire skills to support their children, improving access to this guided self-help approach shows promise in reducing anxiety in children and empowering parents/carers. We aimed to improve the rate of implementation of this effective and under-utilised approach and improve the capacity, skills and knowledge for staff to deliver this. We trained 39 clinicians / staff from across 4 organisations in Norfolk & Waveney including 5 clinicians from Great Yarmouth (ARC PIF) in this approach and have initiated a Community of Practice / Supervision monthly group to monitor / support implementation.