The official CAMHS website for professionals, young people and parents and has many resources, information and links.http://www.smhp.nhs.uk/
The Suffolk Mental Health partnership website.Please check out ‘our services’, ‘child and adolescent mental health’, connect, community children’s nursing team, ADHD and CAMHS primary mental health workers.
This is the link for The Royal College of Psychiatry
It has very readable and well-researched information for the public about children, adolescents and adults.
This site has a whole range of information, publications and advice.
If you are interested in doing some on-line learning, the link below will show you three modules for learning. These are linked to Everybody’s Business
The modules are as follows:
Understanding Mental Health
In this module we aim to give participants a basic introduction to mental health, through 4 sessions examining - What is Mental Health; Mental Health Problems and Disorders; What are Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services, and some examples of what works when dealing with children and young people with mental health problems.
Mental Health Promotion
In this module we examine definitions of mental health and encourage participants to develop their own language and terminology around the subject, and understand what is meant by positive mental health. Through looking at stigma participants will investigate the issues raised when young people are labelled and given a diagnosis.
Perinatal and Infant Mental Health
Infant mental health refers to the emotional and cognitive development of infants from birth. This development takes place within the infant’s environment, which consists primarily of their relationship with their primary caregiver. The nature of this relationship has very significant long term implications for the mental health of the baby, and the child and adult they become.
Self Help Resources - aimed at adults
Please click here to view self help resources covering a range of issues such as housing, childcare, education, jobs and careers, legal rights, money, debt and benefits, overcoming problems and mindfulness
Please click here to view self help resources covering a range of issues such as abuse, alcohol and you, anxiety, bereavement, controlling anger, depression, depression and low mood, domestic violence, eating disorders, food for thought, health anxiety, hearing voices, obsessions and compulsions, panic, post traumatic stress, postnatal depression, prisoner depression and low mood, prisoner post traumatic stress, prisoner stress and anxiety, self harm, shyness and social anxiety, sleeping problems and stress