Category Archive: Unique Recovery Journeys Ideas

Breaking down complex problems

Young people value sessions that focus on breaking down their complex problems into a single goal that they can describe and visualise.

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Identify and name strengths

It is important that any service helps young people to identify and name their strengths, giving them an opportunity to talk about how they have done things differently, or how they coped with situations that were complex. This can increase their confidence in talking to people around them. From: theguardian.com

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Young people are constantly changing as are their lives. This requires staff to have an astute level of concentration and alertness to any changes.

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Mindfulness and mindful relationships give respect to the individuality of each person’s unique mind.

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Staff use curiosity and open mindedness. Approach time with young person as an explorer, use listening skills, observation, see them as unique individual, establish trusting relationship.

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Creating an accommodating environment in which the young person feels free to ‘act out’ and to gain control over their feelings in safety.

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Therapeutic relationship seen as a vehicle for inspiring hope and nurturing the development of coping skills.

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The interpersonal relationship is, in and of itself, a way of inspiring hope.

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Based on the ward our Assessment and Adolescent Outreach Team is available to carry out crisis interventions, help prevent unnecessary admissions and assist the discharge planning process. If young people experience difficulty during the transition from inpatient to community care we can provide outreach without the need for them to return to hospital.

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A new community-based Eating Disorder servic

A new community-based Eating Disorder service will provide new and enhanced community and day treatment for children and young people. The service will work with families and meet the recommended access and waiting time standards – within 24 hours for emergency referrals – within 1 week for urgent cases and within 4 weeks for routine cases. From: yorkshirecoastradio.com

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