We can offer you assessment and treatment from clinical psychologists and psychotherapists offering systemic family therapy, behavioural family therapy, cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), play therapy, dialectical behavioural therapy (DBT) and eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR).
We offer care coordination and case management by registered mental health practitioners who are either mental health nurses, social workers or occupational therapists as well as support from unregistered assistant practitioners.
We also have a clinician who works exclusively with looked after and adopted children (LAAC) and we have assistant psychologists who support us with research and audit activities.
We aim to be flexible around children and young people's needs. We offer some appointments and groups in the evenings and at weekends. Our reception areas are only staffed until 5pm.
All referrals for people aged between 18 and 25 years will be sent directly to the CFYP via the Single Point of Access team (SPOA).
Following an assessment if they feel your needs are best met by the Child Family and Young Person Service, they pass their assessment to us and we make contact with you to set up a further appointment. Sometimes referrals are passed directly to us, where specialist assessment is required such as for ADHD, ASD or an eating disorder, or where you may need an urgent assessmentThe service you receive from us depends on your individual needs. We might see you for only a short period of time, possibly as few as four to six sessions; or we might see you for a number of years. Appointments can be at our base in Norwich or at a place where you would prefer to be seen. Sometimes we offer group sessions instead of individual sessions and currently these are also based in Norwich. Following any treatment with us, we refer you back to your GP with details of what treatment you've received. With your consent, we can also refer you on to other agencies that can offer you the right level of support.
AnxietyDepressionPanic disordersObsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) Attention deficit disorder (ADD) Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) Attachment disordersEating disordersBipolar disorderPersonality disordersFirst-episode psychosisSymptoms related to trauma
Youth Assessment & Duty - Clare Pratt/Karen Staff
Youth Treatment Team North - Leona McConnell
Youth Treatment Team South - Martha Russell
If you are already being treated by our service call our duty worker on 01603 201400.