This book details the methods of developing a structure and strategy for pring child and adolescent mental health services (CAMHS).
It explains in straightforward operational terms the principles and practicalities of how to deliver services for many different client groups and in many different settings.
Considerably updated in the light of recent government policy.
Relates strategies to the six principles of CAMHS provision: accessibility; multidisciplinary approaches; comprehensiveness; integration; development and change; and accountability.
This second edition has been considerably updated in the light of recent government policy and expanded with many additional chapters by authors specialist in their field.
Primarily for those responsible for commissioning and pring CAMHS.
Secondarily, for anyone working in CAMHS, whether psychiatrist or of related healthcare professions.
Developing Mental Health Services for Children and Adolescents with Learning Disabilities: A Toolkit for Clinicians, ISBN 978 1 904671 61 9, from 2009.
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