Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services
The service helps children and young people deal with emotional, behavioural or mental health issues. These include:
Emotional problems e.g. anxiety, depression, anger, mood swings, low self-esteem
Problems with your behaviour e.g. violence, destructiveness, self-harm, hyper-activity, over-sexualisation and obsession
Relationship problems, including difficulties in the family, with friends or colleagues, in school or the community, as well as difficulties associated with attachment and loss
Hear Our Voice have been working with Cornwall Foundation Trust (NHS) to design a survey to capture the views of young people between 18-25 who have moved from Children and Adolescent Mental Health Services to Adult Services.
If you are someone who could answer this survey or you know someone who can, please have a look at the link; as your feedback will help to shape future services for young people.
Problems with development or disability eg bed-wetting and difficulties with eating, sleeping or talking
Emotional problems linked to physical health issues e.g. difficulties with taking medication as prescribed by a doctor
We offer lots of different kinds of support and have a wide range of people who are trained to help. These include social workers, doctors, nurses, psychologists, mental health workers and other therapists.
Primary Mental Health Workers
Primary Mental Health Workers Professionals leaflet
Primary Mental Health Workers Childrens leaflet