community staff

Welcome to the Community CAMHS (Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service) Teams.

Our two teams see young people up to the age of 18 who have difficulties that are seriously impacting on their mental health and emotional wellbeing.

  • The Centenary Community CAMHS Team works with children, young people and families from the north and west of Sheffield. We are based at Centenary House, off Infirmary Road. We see around 1200 children a year at outpatient appointments held at Centenary House.
  • The Beighton Community CAMHS Team works with children, young people and families from the south and east of Sheffield. We are based at the Becton Centre for Children and Young People. We see around 1000 children a year in outpatient appointments at the Becton Centre.

Parent Support Group

Support group meetings are held every month for parents and carers whose children are supported by Sheffield Community CAMHS teams.

The meetings are parent-led and offer the chance to let off steam over a cup of tea and a slice of cake in an open and friendly environment.

Meetings take place from 10-11am on the third Monday of the month at the Becton Centre in Beighton and from 11am-12pm on the first Wednesday of the month at Centenary House in Upperthorpe.

Problems and treatments

Children can experience many different problems such as unhappiness, loneliness, fears, phobias, illness with no physical cause, nightmares, poor concentration, and angry and difficult behaviour. Read more about some of the problems that families come to talk to us about and how we treat them:

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
Autistic Spectrum Disorders (ASD)
Deliberate self-harm
Eating disorders
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)


Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)
Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing (EMDR)
Group therapy
Parent training
Psychodynamic psychotherapy
Systemic family therapy
Art therapy
Attachment-based therapy
Specialist assessment

CAMHS referrals

Referrals are accepted from GPs, Social Workers, Educational Psychologists, Paediatricians and the Clinical Psychology Department at The Childrens Hospital, Sheffield.

Find out more about referring to CAMHS.

Epic Friends

The Sheffield CAMHS team developed the Epic Friends website to help young people who think their friends may have mental health problems.

The site offers advice on a range of issues including bullying, depression, anxiety, family problems, self-harm and eating disorders. It also offers guidance on when to seek help and where to go for further support.

Epic Friends was funded by The Children’s Hospital Charity.

Sheffield Mental Health Guide

Sheffield Mental Health Guide is the first port of call for information about mental health and where to get support in Sheffield. It includes a service directory, A-Z of mental health, details of forthcoming events and tips for maintaining a healthy lifestyle.

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