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The PATHS® curriculum

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The PATHS® curriculum is a comprehensive program that promotes emotional and social competencies, reducing aggression and behavior problems. The curriculum supports educators and counselors in creating an environment that helps children develop self-control, positive self-esteem, emotional awareness, basic problem-solving skills, social skills and friendships.

 

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Understanding how mental health problems present and develop in children, young people and adults is also central to specialist CAMHS work.

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Breaking down complex problems

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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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Providing ‘universal’ support services in schools and communities to identify mental health problems earlier and improving access for young people who need the support of specialist services like CAMHS.

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Coordinate and address individual needs

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Work with all relevant agencies to ensure that services for children and young people with mental health problems are coordinated and address their individual needs, providing a holistic approach. From: england.nhs.uk

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All members of the MDT get a regular up to date working knowledge of any family problems

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Although the mental health of the young person is the main focus of assessments and interventions, the impact of adult mental health problems in the parent/carer also needs to be considered and understood by staff.

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There is considerable value in families ‘informal’ reports regarding their problems and any changes they have noticed. However, it is good practice for practitioners to record changes systematically, using measures, questionnaires, or diaries. (UCL CAMHS Competence model)

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In order to effectively address mental health needs, it is often necessary first to help the YP tackle what may seem their more immediately pressing problems. From:https://www.england.nhs.uk/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/c07-tier4-ch-ado-mh-serv-child.pdf

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Clear information about sources of help, and mental health problems is needed for young people and families to give them more opportunity to help themselves. (See YoungMinds’ Where Next)

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