Tag Archives: Appointment

Can I get help out of office hours?

Can I get help at night time or in an emergency? If so, how would I go about getting this help?

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Will my parents come with me?

Do they have to come with me whatever age I am?

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Did you go with your parents the first time you went to CAMHS?

Do you go to CAMHS on your own or with your family? What is the first thing that is talked about in the appointment?

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How often will sessions take place in CAMHS?

Are sessions likely to be every week? Or more? Or less?

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How long is the average CAMHS session? And what happens if I don’t want to come anymore?

What do I do if I don’t want to come to CAMHS anymore? What are the options?

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Do I have to come to sessions in CAMHS if I don’t want to?

Are appointments compulsory? For example, how would a situation be dealt with if someone was suffering from psychosis and perhaps didn’t know they were unwell and didn’t want to be treated?

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What would happen if I couldn’t get to my appointments in CAMHS?

What would happen if I couldn’t get to an appointment, perhaps due to logistical reasons or because anxiety made it difficult to go?

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How often will I see my worker if I am diagnosed with psychosis?

Will I have to see my worker more regularly? What is Early Intervention Psychosis?

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If my CAMHS worker isn’t available, can I talk to someone else?

If my CAMHS worker isn’t there, can I talk to someone else? Will they have the information they need to help me?

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Can I see my worker outside of the CAMHS clinic? – Alistair

If I don’t want to go to the clinic, can I be seen elsewhere?

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