Our service aims to offer:
- individualised, person-centred programmes that aim to sustain or gradually extend, if possible, the person’s physical, emotional and cognitive capacity
- support in managing the physical and emotional impact of symptoms – as recommended by NICE, the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence
The service also acts as a specialist resource to clinicians in health and social care to increase understanding and awareness of CFS/ME.
Who is in the team?
The Oxfordshire CFS/ME Service comprises of a highly specialised practitioner/clinical lead and two specialist CFS/ME therapists
We can also refer people to clinicians at Talking Space Plus for a programme cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT).
What happens to information about me?
All information is confidential and secure. Local NHS specialists for CFS/ME are in different teams and therefore information may be shared between services.
With your consent, anonymous data from your initial and final session will contribute to our service outcomes, which monitors for quality and good practice. If you would like to know more, please speak with the clinician.
Last updated: 15 March, 2019