Feeling Stuck?

What can I do if the help isn’t working?

How did you know that CAMHS was working for you?

Did you feel differently when things were going well in CAMHS?

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How did you measure how successful a session was to you?

Did you compare sessions as a way of measuring success?

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What shouldn’t happen if CAMHS is doing its job properly?

What sort of things might you see if CAMHS isn’t getting it quite right?

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How will I know if the sessions are really helping me?

Will we discuss how things are going in my sessions?

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How did you keep an eye on how things were going through your treatment?

How did you monitor progress and see how things were going? How often was this? Was it useful?

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How do you know how well a session has gone?

How is it possible to know how useful a session has been? Is it OK to tell your worker about how the session felt?

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How do you measure if the sessions are being helpful?

How would you measure whether the work you’re doing with a young person is making progress and is successful?

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What sort of outcomes do therapists get with the people they see?

What sort of differences have you noticed in young people you’ve worked with who have come through CAMHS?

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What might change as a result of going to CAMHS?

What sort of changes might you see in someone who has come through CAMHS?

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If we need to change track, what options do I have?

If things aren’t going so well or I don’t feel that progress is being made, are we able to make changes or do things differently?

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