Private CAMHS (Children & Adolescent Mental Health Service) clinic offering assessments and follow-up/prescriptions if needed.
Young Persons' Psychiatric Clinic
Who to contact
Where to go
- Young Persons’ Psychiatric Clinic
Room 27, Bloxham Mill
- OX15 4FF
Time / Date Details
- When is it on
- By appointment only
- Table of costs
Table of costs Amount Cost Type £250 - £400 Per session
- Age Ranges
- 3-25 years old
- Providing services to
Timely access to an experienced child and adolescent psychiatrist to help you and your child get things back on track.
We have created a cosy private consulting room where a young person or whole family can be seen comfortably. There is also a cafe open on weekdays where you can have a drink or snack while waiting.
Our initial assessment appointments are for an hour to enable a full discussion of the child’s strengths and difficulties and their background and life story. This enables a discussion about the nature of the difficulties and possible solutions. Some families may chose at that point to go and use self help resources or to wait for NHS services, others may choose to proceed to treatment at our clinic.
Treatment will be provided in 30 minute follow up appointments and will consist of talking treatment or prescribed medication or a combination of both.
We will try to be as flexible as possible with regards to requests to reschedule appointments. Regrettably, should you cancel your appointment with less than 2 full working days notice the full fee will be charged.
We do not charge any additional fees for the provision of private prescriptions. However, the pharmacy will charge a fee for dispensing the medication. As an example a thirty day private prescription of 30 sertraline 50 mg tablets is approx £7 on private prescription A thirty day private prescription of concerta XL 36mg is approx £55 on private prescription
We are only able to see patients by arrangement in Bloxham and cannot offer urgent advice, as our phones and email are not always manned. In a crisis young people and families are advised to call NHS 111 or attend A&E
Last checked on 17/04/2020
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