Effective integration between agencies in order to support children and young people is a key principle in the THRIVE framework. We spoke to Dr Paul Wallis, Director of Psychological Services at the Central Manchester University Hospital Foundation NHS Trust about the development of their Integrated Access and Care Pathways.
Dr Andy Wiener from the Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust talks about the Tavistock and Portman’s multi-agency approach to delivering ‘Risk Support’.
Dr Helen Taylor from Cheshire and Wirral Partnership NHS Foundation Trust talks about the development of their CAMHS Choice Clinic and how it is helping them to deliver on the THRIVE principles of high quality assessments with effective signposting and multi-agency liaison.
Emma Leigh MBE describes the approach Eastern Cheshire CCG took to developing a new needs-based model for children and young people’s mental health.
Emma Selby from Waltham Forest CAMHS talks about an app that has been developed called My Mind, designed to improve communication between children and young people and their clinicians
Dr Fiona Pender from Cheshire and Wirral Partnership Foundation Trust describes the Next Step cards which help children and young people identify and talk about their goals in sessions with their clinicians.
More case studies coming soon.