she would try to help you sweet, she’d work through and teach you different ways of coping with what you feel. Remember exams results aren’t the end of the world and you are more than a grade on paper, have a lovely day x
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Basically, I am part of a charity in which we work towards changing for the better the way in which young peoples mental health services work. We recently reached out to camhs about the way they work and how they can change and they have taken our feedback on board and are currently re evaluating the way in which camhs work. So the next thing I think needs to be reviewed is The Camhs / Crisis / Home intervention service.
If you have had any experience via being assessed/had phone calls or meetings with crisis please take two minutes of your time to fill out this survey as it could help the way in which this service works.
i have experienced this. my therapist said it could possibly be my minds way of blocking out traumatic memories! do any of you followers have any experience? - beth xxx
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I can see your previous ask in the box, i was just about to answer it lovely haha
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I guess it can yes, it is definitely possible and ive heard it is quite common (however that could be wrong)
I would suggest calling your CAMHS and asking for another appt, explain that you’re struggling and would like your case to be re-opened. if this doesn’t sound like a good idea then your probably going to want to go to your gp and explain that you’re struggling and ask for another referal to camhs
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No, Definetly not.
there is a chance yes. However i cant say for sure. As im sure you’re aware there is a national bed shortage for mental health, meaning there may not be any beds available for you. but i assure you they will try their best to keep you safe whether thats at home or in inpatient.
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its here lovely
I know it seems difficult but you could just put it into a conversation? Or ask your parents/carers to ask about it?
If you are struggling again lovely (which it sounds to me like you are) please please call up camhs and ask if your case can be re-opened, if not go to your gp and ask for another referal. You’re not a faker and its okay to ask for help.
No its actually very common love. Youre not alone, Please mention this to your camhs worker.
Based on my experiences she will probably talk to you, find out why you’re feeling this way (if there are any triggers) and if she feels your a danger tell your parents.
It really depends on the relationship and the confidentiality rules at your camhs service. please make sure you tell someone and get some medical attention dear.
Thank you so much dear!
I dont have much knowledge on this subject ( I am trained in safeguarding, just never heard of it in these circumstances) but your ask has been in the box a while, so ill try my best to answer it.
I would suggest calling your camhs worker and asking again for advise on your safeguarding, ask her what she thinks should be on it, and how you should write it, try to keep on topic, If this fails you could ask your school (if you go to school) to help you write it, my school recently changed head of sixth forms and i had to help write a safe guardig hand over about me to the new head, So perhaps ask your head of year to help you out or a member of staff who knows you well.
Hope i helped you