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What happens if I’m referred to another service?

Will I have a say on this and will my CAMHS worker support me in this transition?

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Who decides when I have to leave CAMHS? – Roslyn

Will I have a say on when I leave CAMHS or will my worker decide for me?

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Who decided when you would leave CAMHS?

Did you feel like you were given the choice? How much notice were you given?

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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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Who decides when I’ve had enough treatment in CAMHS?

Who makes the decision about when treatment in CAMHS will end?

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Did you make the decision to leave?

Did you or someone else decide to end your sessions? If you then went to another service, did they help with this transition? Overall, how did you find the experience of leaving CAMHS?

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Who decides when I have to leave CAMHS? – Alistair

What happens if I don’t want to leave CAMHS but my workers are telling me I have to?

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What can I do if I’m finding it difficult to leave CAMHS?

What are your suggestions for young people who might find it very difficult to leave CAMHS, especially if they have a close relationship with their worker(s)?

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