Early Intervention Service
What support is available?
Here at CAMHS we can support you when experiencing symptoms relating to psychosis.
It is very important to get help as soon as possible so that we can help you to stay in school or work, keep socialising and doing the things you want to do.
There are lots of things we can do to help you to manage your experiences such as working with your family and friends, talking to a therapist about your experiences, keeping fit and healthy, finding out if medication will help and getting you the right support at school or where you work.
You may be supported by CAMHS or an Early Intervention Service or a combination or the two – see below for more information.
Early Intervention Services
Early Intervention Services (EIS) provide this early support for people aged between 14-65 in both Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire.
Who can we help?
We always work with the child or young person as our first priority, but we also offer support to their family or people close to them, or other professionals who know the young person.
CAMHS can offer medication and therapy to treat psychosis.
If you have any questions about your care at CAMHS we are here to help, you can ask any questions you have at your appointments, alternatively, you can ask your Buddy anything about your treatment!
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Page last reviewed: 10 September, 2021