CAMHS Keeping Safe
What happens during a crisis? Trigger phase Need for distraction and diversion, as early as possible. Escalation phase Need for stimulus change and distraction and diversion. Provide reassurance and support using active listening. Crisis phase Keep language simple and to the point. Do not refer to the behaviour. Recovery phase Need for support and monitoring. […]
CAMHS training programme for parents and carers – Teesside
Child and adolescent mental health services (CAMHS) provide training for parents and carers who wish to develop an understanding of children's mental health issues.
Child and adolescent community mental health service – Brompton House
Brompton House 22 Brompton Road Northallerton, DL6 1EA Tel: 01609 718810 Fax: 01609 718811 Opening Hours: Monday – Friday: 8.30am – 5.00pm, excluding Bank Holidays What do we do? We see children up to the age of 18 years old. We are all trained health professionals, from a variety of backgrounds, who specialise in the […]
Child and adolescent mental health service autism assessment team – County Durham and Darlington
The autism assessment team is a service we provide to children and young people living in the Durham and Darlington area.
Child and adolescent mental health services training programme for anyone working with children and young people in County Durham and Darlington
Informative, interactive courses for anyone working with children and young people in County Durham and Darlington
Child and adolescent psychotherapy
What is child and adolescent psychotherapy? Child and adolescent psychotherapy is an evidence based treatment for infants, children, young people and their families who may be experiencing complex emotional and psychological difficulties. The focus of child and adolescent psychotherapy is to help understand what is being communicated about a child’s inner world through their behavior, […]
Children and young peoples dietetics
Dietitians are important members of multidisciplinary teams. They are the only qualified health professionals who assess, diagnose and treat diet and nutrition problems at an individual level.
Children’s psychological wellbeing practitioners (North Yorkshire)
Children’s psychological wellbeing practitioners are trained to identify common mental health disorders and to agree a shared treatment plan with a patient that is both personalised and evidence-based.