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What is solutions clinic? The solutions clinic was developed by our CAMHS team as a way of supporting young people and their families into positive change. The clinic uses a ‘brief solution-focused therapy’ model, which is a type of systemic family therapy. Family therapy aims to enable people...

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Beat eating disorders are a UK wide charity who work to support those who are affected by eating disorders.

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SYEDA are an independent charity who provide non-judgemental support to people affected by eating disorders.

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Art psychotherapy is a part of Community CAMHS. What is art psychotherapy? Disruptive or challenging behaviour, self-harm, anxiety, low mood or becoming withdrawn and isolated can all be signs that a child or young person is feeling unhappy, angry, or worried. Art psychotherapy can help children and...

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Sheffield Support Hub offers information and advice, advocacy, housing support, employment support, therapy and counselling, and many more services.

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In CAMHS we will ask you or your parent or carer to complete some questionnaires. These questionnaires are often what we call ‘outcome measures.’ What is an outcome measure questionnaire? Outcome measure questionnaires usually ask questions about your wellbeing and challenges you may be facing....

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This resource is about the music therapy that is available at Beighton and Centenary CAMHS. What is music therapy? Music therapy is a psychological therapy which uses music to help people express their emotions and connect with others. Everyone has the ability to respond to music, and music therapy...

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If you or someone you know has experienced domestic abuse, we are here to help you. Sheffield Futures provide specialised counselling support for victims of domestic abuse within households or relationships. If you are aged between 11-18 speak to a member of staff in school about being referred to...

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What is the front door group? The front door group is a pilot psychoeducational group for young people at the start of their CAMHS journey. You and your family will be introduced to new ways of thinking about your emotions and distress. We will introduce some key tools for managing emotional...

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What is dialectical behaviour therapy? Dialectical behaviour therapy (DBT) is an evidence-based intervention for addressing self harm and suicidal behaviours in young people. It was developed from cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT) and focusses on helping young people and their families learn skills...

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What is a cognitive assessment? Cognitive assessments give us a snapshot of someone’s thinking skills and reasoning abilities, in order to identify areas of strength and any areas of difficulty. Sometimes this snapshot will open up extra support by us providing recommendations to school. We do not...

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Parenting a young person with a learning disability can be both rewarding and challenging. All parents and carers will go through periods where things feel hard to manage. If your child has a learning disability, this can add further complexity to parenting for several reasons, including issues with...

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What is early intervention? Early intervention is key for treating disordered eating or eating disorders. You do not need a diagnosis of an eating disorder to get help. In fact, getting help early often prevents an eating disorder really taking hold. It is based on a model of 6 to 10 sessions and...

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Safe Space offers a bedroom in a house for a 16 or 17 year old person to spend up to 3 days focusing on their wellbeing in a calm, supportive and non-judgemental environment.

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What is autism? ‘Autism’ and ‘autistic’ may be words you have heard adults using when they describe aspects of your behaviour. Autism is a term used to describe people who have difficulties dealing with changes, communicating and socialising with others. An autistic person’s brain...

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Citalopram is a type of antidepressant known as a selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor (SSRI).

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What is meal support? Meal support means helping your child or young person emotionally during and around mealtimes. The specific aim of this support is to help your child or young person eat the food on their meal plan, whilst helping to redirect any thoughts or behaviours that might impact eating...

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Self Injury Support offers support for women and girls who are having difficulties with self-injury or self-harm. Self-Harm offer free self-harm support for those aged 11 to 19 years old. Calm Harm app is a free app that helps you manage or resist the urge to self-harm. Life Signs is a user-led...

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The Proud Trust is a charity for LGBT+ people can meet and socialise, and has information on coming out, faith and religion, exploring identity, and so on.

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Mermaids supports transgender, nonbinary and gender-diverse children and young people until their 20th birthday, as well as their families and professionals involved in their care.

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SAYiT provide a youth-centered service delivering a broad range of services supporting the sexual, emotional and mental health and wellbeing, of LGBTQ+ young people and those who care for and support them.

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Get Self Help resource on emotional regulation.

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Remember ‘Please’ Emotional regulation is a skill, and a way to remember it is with ‘please’. This reduces emotional vulnerability and helps you take care of your mind by taking care of your body. Please stands for: PL: treat physical illness E: eating A: avoid mood-altering...

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The Mix resource with advice about healthy sex and relationships.

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