Tag Archive: behavioural

There are well-timed behavioural rewards and endorsements built into the ward programme to encourage young people to keep on track. For example, after a session of education or group therapy there is always a break during which the young people have a drink and free time.

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Targeted behavioural programmes are provided to help young people learn new behaviours and ways of managing themselves. These are reviewed regularly and adjusted so as to maintain the momentum of treatment. Access to dedicated clinical psychology time is invaluable in this task.

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Some of the groups aim to promote emotional and behavioural development. They look at the use of responses, the expression of feelings, the consequences of actions, attachments, adaptability, self-control and stress responses.

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A lot of the young people struggle with relationships. The cognitive behavioural-based social skills group is a really significant part of their treatment and recovery. It’s based on a positive approach, and the emphasis is on their strengths. Themes include bullying, anger, friendships and isolation.

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Specialist training for staff is offered in: the ability to carry out a mental state examination, to make a diagnostic assessment to undertake structured behavioural observations, and to undertake structured cognitive functional and developmental assessments. (UCL CAMHS Competence model)

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Exploring Ideas – a cognitive behavioural therapy group. Explores everyday adolescent issues and links thoughts, feelings and behaviours in order to establish coping mechanisms.

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There are a range of psychotherapeutic interventions offered to YP and their families or carers. These include cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), dialectical behaviour therapy (DBT) and family therapy. All YP are assessed throughout the admission, if they meet the requirements of any of these therapies, they will be offered to an appointment with the required professional.

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Staff provide a range of psychotherapeutic interventions to YP and adolescents, and their families or carers. These include cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), dialectical behaviour therapy (DBT) and family therapy.

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Young People may be asked to take part in a range of therapies, by themselves or in a group, including cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), cognitive analytical therapy (CAT), dialectical behaviour therapy (DBT), individual therapy, therapeutic group work and family work.

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Anxiety Clinics

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For young people in Year 7 presenting with symptoms suggestive of moderate anxiety, a new anxiety clinic has been launched across the East Riding. The service aims to help children understand the physical and psychological symptoms of anxiety, and enable them to develop positive coping strategies based on a Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) approach.

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