'camhs' blog posts:
22 Oct 2013
MPs to Debate Mental Health Inpatient Services in a special debate
On Wednesday 23rd October MP Alan Johnson has called a debate in the House of Commons on inpatient mental health services for children and adolescents.
22 Aug 2013
Parent-led anxiety treatment could improve children’s lives
A new study conducted by the University of Reading has found that training parents in applying Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) may be an efficient and effective way of treating childhood anxiety disorders.
9 Jul 2013
BBC Three's Don't Call Me Crazy: what did you think?
Today (Tuesday 9th July) at noon, YoungMinds will be hosting a chat on our Twitter account (@youngmindsuk) to discuss opinions on the BBC Three series Don't Call Me Crazy.
15 Apr 2013
Camden CAMHS launches name change competition
Camden Council launches competition to find new name for CAMHS after residents found the existing name stigmatizing.
11 Mar 2013
YM survey: Two thirds of councils cut CAMHS services
Freedom of Information request finds two thirds of councils have cut CAMHS budgets since 2010.
8 Nov 2012
Young people survey on CAMHS feedback
YoungMinds are seeking the views of young people on providing information about their CAMHS experience.
25 Apr 2012
Transitions: Across the Bridge
West Midlands Regional VIK Support Worker Marcia Harvey looks at the Bridge Project, a study of young people's transitions from child and adolescent mental health services to adult mental health services in the West Midlands.
20 Mar 2012
Getting young people's voice heard
Erin Wright, our VIK London Regional Support Worker, is working with Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust to get young people's voice heard in Children and Adolescent Mental Health Services.
23 Feb 2012
Implementing the Mental Health Strategy
YoungMinds Paula Lavis looks at how the Department of Health, The Children and Young People's Mental Health Coalition and the Afiya Trust brought together 'key implementers' of the mental health strategy.
15 Feb 2012
Making sure Looked After Young People have Looked After Mental Health