Trust information – standard care
Standard care supports people who have mental health needs that are less complex with risks identified as low and are supported either by one agency, or where there are no problems accessing support from other agencies.
Understanding depression and low mood in children and young people
It is quite normal for children and young people to have periods of low mood related to stresses which may be happening or have happened in their lives, including normal life changes. Depression may run in families, especially if parents have experienced depression or other mental health issues, or there may be no family history.
Understanding emerging borderline personality disorder
Borderline personality disorder is a condition that affects a person's thoughts, emotions and behaviour. In some circumstances it can be diagnosed before the age of 18.
Understanding self-harm for young people
Self-harm is a way of dealing with very difficult feelings that build up inside. People deal with these feelings in various ways” Young Minds What is self-harm? Some of the ways in which people self-harm include: cutting or burning themselves hitting or biting themselves hitting walls or other hard objects pulling out their hair taking overdoses. […]
Using text messages to communicate – adult mental health services – York and Selby
If you have any queries about using text messages to communicate please contact your care team.
Veteran Transition Intervention and Liaison Service (TILS North England)
The Veteran Transition Intervention and Liaison Service (TILS) is a service for current serving military personnel and ex-armed forces persons who may have mental health, social and welfare issues.
West sector community mental health team – Hambleton and Richmondshire
Community mental health teams provide a wide range of help, support and advice for people aged between 18 and 65 years with serious mental health problems.
What is integrated psychological therapy?
Integrated psychological therapy is a time-limited, focused, talking therapy. Using a range of psychological approaches, the therapist and client work together to identify and understand the problems they are experiencing.
What is Occupational Therapy?
Occupational therapy is a treatment and a profession. Occupational therapists are interested in how people live their lives. They help people to become as able as possible wherever they live, and whatever health issues they may have. Occupational therapists use ‘doing’ as the therapy. They think with you about all areas of your life; any […]