CAMHS Talk

CAMHS Talk


Latest Episodes

Episode 37- Learning to Cope with Exams
May 09, 2022

In this episode we meet Marianne, who will be sharing CAMHSTalk hosting duties alongside Niki and Aisling moving forward, and discuss everyone's favourite thing... exams! Marianne and Aisling are join

Episode 36- Living with Depression
April 25, 2022

Trigger warning: This episode explores depression and references suicide, please look after yourself and exercise self care when listening. - In this episode, Niki and Aisling are joined by Keeley, As

Episode 35- Living with Dyslexia
April 11, 2022

In the latest edition of CAMHSTalk, Aisling is joined by Saskia, Shana and Kat to talk about dyslexia. We discuss what our dyslexia looks like, experiences of getting diagnosed and how it has impacted

Episode 34- Living With Anxiety
March 28, 2022

After a short break, we're back! Join Niki, Chloe, Madie and Alex this episode for a conversation about living with anxiety. We discuss what anxiety is, what panic is, how it affects our lives and hel

Episode 33 – User Participation and co-production
December 19, 2021

In the latest edition of our CAMHSTalk podcast Niki Scott, CAMHS Participation Lead is joined by Shana, Lucy, Safa and Molly for a discussion about participation and coproduction. In a bid to encourag

Episode 32 – Music and Mental Health
December 14, 2021

Aisling, Sam and Shalhavit have worked together to develop a song and music video about mental health: Mental Obstacles Can Enlighten You. In this podcast, we explore the importance of sharing mental

Episode 31 – Let’s talk about Dialectical Behavioural Therapy…
September 14, 2021

In this episode we explore Dialectical Behavioural Therapy, commonly known as DBT. We are joined by Sue Hollingsworth who discusses the therapy from a professional perspective, and Chloe who shares he

Episode 31 – Summer of SEND in Central Bedfordshire
September 02, 2021

Councillor Sue Clark, Executive Member for Children, Families Schools, Sue Harrison, Director of Children’s services, Fiona Side, Head of 0-12 Family Service and Howard Hughes Active Lifestyles Manage

Episode 30 – Digital diagnosis and neurodiversity
August 24, 2021

Professionals, parents and young people across Bedfordshire and Luton have joined forces to utilise their expertise and collaborate in the development of a co-produced 'Diagnosis Support Pack' - a one

Episode 29 – The effects of COVID on welbeing..
August 21, 2021

Join us for our third and final instalment in our series looking at the effects of COVID 19 and lockdown restrictions on the wellbeing of young people. Following our discussions with Professor Tamsin