Mixed Methods Evaluation of Interpersonal Counselling Pilot

Project title: Mixed Methods Evaluation of Interpersonal Counselling Pilot Type of research: Qualitative and quantitative evaluation of single arm pilot treatment study Background & Scientific Rationale: UK Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) are delivered in a multi-tiered service(1).  NHS specialist CAMHS services are in tiers 3/4.  The majority […]

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Awards for Positive Practice in Mental Health 2016

Positive Practice Awards 2016 – Nominations Now Open The Positive Practice in Mental Health is a user-led collaborative involving seventy organisations, including: Service user groups; NHS Trusts and Clinical Commissioning Groups; Police Forces; Third sector providers; and front line charities. The group identifies and share positive practice in mental health services by working together across organisations and sectors. They also work to […]

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Transition from Child & Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS)

Project title: Transition from Child & Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS): users and leavers co-produce a transition preparation programme Download the Transitions BITE sized summary May 2016  Background: Studies, including the CLAHRC CP’s TC17 study show that transition from Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) can be problematic for many […]

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DELPHI STUDY Designing a community based service model to promote mental health and well-being

Background This study aims to work with a broad range of stakeholder groups, including children, young people and parents, to determine key components of a service model to promote the mental health and well being of children and young people in the region. Whilst other areas have undertaken stakeholder consultation […]

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Transition from Child & Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS): young people in 3 NHS Trusts co-produce a Preparation Programme

Background Approximately half of all lifetime mental disorders emerge in the teenage years, 75% before the age of 25 [1]. In the UK, however, service structure necessitates transition from child and adolescent-centred services by age 18, a period when young people are negotiating multiple physical, emotional and social demands and […]

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