Tag Archives: Measuring

What happens if I don’t feel that progress is being made? – Alistair

What if I have been in CAMHS for a significant period of time but I don’t feel any better?  

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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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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 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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What happens if I start getting better but I relapse?

If I relapse either whilst I’m still in CAMHS or once I’ve been discharged, will I be able to access CAMHS again easily?

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