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The aim of mediation is to reach agreements that make things better for everyone. It is voluntary, so no one is forced to take part and you can decide how far you want to take mediation. How does mediation work? The basic types of mediation are individual meetings or joint family mediation. Stage 1...

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National support The National Autistic Society is a British charity for autistic people. The purpose of the organisation is to improve the lives of autistic people in the United Kingdom. They also sell a wide range of books and resources on their online shop. Helpline: 0808 800 4101 Switchboard: 020...

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This webpage describes what Child and Adultescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) are and how people who work in CAMHS may be able to help you, if you, or someone you know, has a mental health problem.

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Here you will find a list of family support services to help with your child’s development

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Many children find it difficult to get back into the school routine after a long break, like the summer holidays. The extended time out of school may make it difficult for children to return and we have collated strategies written by our staff to support you with helping your child get ready to go...

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Thoughts and feelings make up a lot of a daily lives. Children and young people are developing their understanding of thoughts and feelings and this can be challenging. We have collected a set of resources to help families with emotional well being, ranging from finding ways to describe different...

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Everyone experiences the world differently, including how they process sensory information, such as light, sound, touch, taste and smell. Our senses affect our behaviour, physical activity and feelings. We have some resources on supporting children and young people who may have difficulties with...

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Sleep is an important part of everyone’s lives and we know that difficulties with sleep can make managing daily activities more difficult. This might include feeling more stressed, anxious, angry or unable to complete tasks. In families, if one person is struggling to sleep this can affect the...

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Children and young people often have times where adults may struggle with their behaviour. We have put together some resources on ways to support your child, while managing difficult or challenging behaviours

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Grounding is a practice that can help you pull away from flashbacks, unwanted memories, and negative or challenging emotions. These techniques may help distract you from what you are experiencing and refocus on what’s happening in the present moment. You can use grounding techniques to help create...

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This resource walks young people through a series of steps, helping them create a detailed self-care plan that works for them.

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This self-care plan walks primary-aged children through a series of steps, helping them create a simple self-care plan that works for them. It helps children identify activities that they can use to support their mental health. Some of the suggested self-care activities include: music and...

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What is the connected persons team? The child you are looking after might have additional needs related to living in challenging circumstances before they came to you. The connected persons team can work with you on emotional and behavioural issues relating to their childhood trauma or disturbed...

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Early relationships matter Early relationships influence the way that a baby’s brain develops. When parents and carers are able to tune-in and respond to their babies’ needs sensitively, in an appropriate and timely way, it lays the foundations for lifelong mental and physical health and helps...

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What are SEDATT ward rounds? SEDATT stands for ‘Sheffield eating disorders assessment and treatment team’. A ‘ward round’ is the name we give a meeting where we all come together as a team of: psychiatrist (a mental health doctor) consultant paediatrician (a medical doctor)...

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What is family therapy? Families can be really complicated because everyone is an individual with different ideas, thoughts, worries and strengths. Lots of things can make a family’s life more stressful and these changes can benefit from extra support. Family therapy helps families to listen to...

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What is multi-family therapy Multi-family therapy is a treatment approach for anorexia developed by the Maudsley Hospital. Multi-family therapy is an intensive course for families who are already receiving single-family therapy. Multi-family therapy aims to help families rediscover their own...

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What is cognitive behavioural therapy? Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) means: cognitive – how you think behavioural – your actions therapy And in CBT-E, the ‘E’ stands for ‘enhanced’. CBT-E is a talking therapy specifically for eating disorders that can help...

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What is family therapy for anorexia? Family therapy for anorexia is an evidence-based intervention for patients with an anorexia nervosa diagnosis. It is an intensive outpatient therapeutic approach where parents play an active and supportive role to help restore your child or young person’s...

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What is dietetics? Dietetics is the application of the science of nutrition to the human being in health and disease. This work is carried out by dietitians. Dietitians are qualified health professionals who assess, diagnose and treat dietary and nutritional difficulties. They can work with you to...

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What is CBT? Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) is a talking therapy that can help you identify how your thinking affects how you feel and in terms of how you behave, and is an evidence-based therapy for eating disorders. It is a way of talking about: How you think about yourself, the world, and...

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What is a SEDATT assessment? A Sheffield eating disorder assessment and treatment team (SEDATT) assessment is an extended appointment where we can spend time with you and your family to get to know more about your difficulties and how they are affecting your day to day living. During this time, your...

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