Information on how to self-refer into Learning Disability Nursing.
How to self-refer into Speech and Language Therapy.
Information on how to refer into the Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service.
Information on how to self-refer into the Rehabilitation Officers for Visually Impaired Children service.
How to self-refer into Occupational Therapy.
Information on how to self-refer your child into the Autistic Spectrum Diagnostic Service.
We received a call from a GP saying that he had a 15 year old girl in surgery and he was concerned about the self-harm to her arms and upper legs. Sarah was saying she was depressed and feeling suicidal. Read Sarah’s story below.
When young people inflict pain on themselves it is usually a way of telling us that something is wrong, and can often be linked to depression and anxiety. The majority of children and young people who self harm have no intention of ending their lives. Self harm includes things like cutting, scratching, hair pulling, bruising, over-dosing, poisoning, and burning. It can be very difficult for family and friends to understand that these behaviours are often a way for releasing difficult emotions…
Public Health Nursing Teams are able to support you with monitoring your child’s growth, this includes maintaining a healthy weight.
Family therapy works by looking at the family as a system that includes all family members. A problem in the family can be solved by family members as they are helped to see things from one another’s point of view.
Sally, 16 years old, was referred to CAMHS by her GP for low mood and anxiety. She had self-harmed by cutting but was not having any suicidal thoughts. Read below what we did for Sally, as told by her cognitive behavioural therapist.
Craig, a 17 year old male, was referred to us by his GP as he was struggling at college and feeling very low and depressed. Read Craig’s story below.