A collaboration of authors from the AFC and The Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust present THRIVE: a new conceptual model for CAMHS.
CAMHS Press is the publishing arm of the Evidence Based Practice Unit, based at the Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families, North London. CAMHS Press brings you academic research and mental health practice in support of children, young people and mental health practitioners, through booklets, leaflets and other publications. CAMHS Press publications are free of charge.
The Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families has created the Youth Wellbeing Directory to help anyone up to the age of 25 find mental health and emotional wellbeing advice and support more easily.
ReZone is an app designed to be used in alternative provision schools with 11-14year olds, (with the possibility of being used by mainstream schools in the future).
If you wish to find out as much as possible about available treatment options and if you wish to understand more about services and what those working in them do, please visit this friendly website.
The tools encourage young people and those supporting them to collaboratively explore progress during sessions, set and review goals, complete and review outcome measures, and generally encourage young people and their families to feel more involved in their care.
CORC is a learning collaboration committed to the effective collection and use of outcome data to improve mental health services for children and young people.
Closing the Gap operates across four UK CAMHS sites to examine best practice for shared decision making by considering different ways of developing services.
The Payment Systems project aims to develop a payment system for CAMHS by find the best way to facilitate the allocation of funds to CAMHS providers in accordance with the needs of children and young people.
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A new series of podcasts on child and family mental health.