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Children's Therapy Service Frequently Asked Questions

Information about waiting times, how to be referred to us, contacting your therapist.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

Everyone feels tired sometimes, but if you feel tired a lot of the time, you might have a condition called Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS).

Cognitive Assessments information for parents and carers

When we see your child for a cognitive assessment we will be looking at their abilities and skills.

Cognitive Assessments Information for young people

Psychologists try to help people in many ways. One of these ways is a cognitive assessment. If you are asked to do a cognitive assessment, the psychologist will ask you to do some tasks.

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy

Everyone has stresses and problems at times. Most of the time we are able to sort our problems out for ourselves. Sometimes problems can seem very big and difficult. They can take over and make you feel unhappy or worried. At times like these we can help.

Coming to CAMHS Information for parents and carers

Coming to the Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS) might seem like a daunting prospect for parents as well as children and young people. We work with you to find out what you need help with.

Coming to CAMHS Information for Young People

Mental health is just as important as physical health. If you break a leg you see a doctor and soon it will get fixed. It’s the same with mental health; some things can be sorted out quickly but others might take a lot of time and support. There are people in CAMHS who are here to help you, whatever the issue.

Concerned about a child

If you have noticed that a child or young person in your care is experiencing difficulties, there are several things we would suggest you do.

Controlling Worries Group information for parents and carers

We know that your child has worries. Worries are sometimes referred to as anxiety. We have suggested that talking in a group to other children or young people that have worries will help your child or young person.

Controlling Worries group information for young people

Worry (or anxiety) is something that all of us do everyday. Sometimes worrying can help us but sometimes worry can be a real problem.


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