OSI-GROWS (Growing OSI With Services)
OSI-GROWS is a service evaluation project that aims to evaluate the outcomes and usage of Online Support and Intervention for Child Anxiety (OSI) in routine clinical practice. We are working with a number of organisations that provide mental health support to children with anxiety problems on behalf of the NHS to support them to use OSI in their service. You can find out more about the OSI-GROWS project by clicking on the relevant links on the right-hand side of this page, or use the site map below to navigate the website.
What is OSI-GROWS? – here, you will find an overview of the OSI-GROWS project, a map showing the services that are involved in the project, the current numbers of clinicians trained as part of OSI-GROWS, and the number of families who have received OSI.
Meet the Team – here, you can see who works on the OSI-GROWS project and what their role is.
Resources for Families – here, families can find links to information about OSI, the role of the parent/carer in OSI, the OSI parent website, resources for parents, and the OSI game app.
Clinic Administrators (password protected) – if you are the OSI clinic administrator for your team, here you can find the OSI clinic administrator manual, links to sign up to our free monthly administrator training sessions, guidance on how to seek technical support, and the links to join our bi-weekly Q&A drop-in sessions.
Clinician Area (password protected) – if your service is using OSI as part of the OSI-GROWS project, here you can find guidance for offering and delivering OSI to families, details about ongoing training and support, OSI treatment content, technical support, how to keep up to date with the OSI-GROWS project, and information about our Shared Learning Events.
FAQs – here, you can read Frequently Asked Questions about the OSI-GROWS project.
Contact Us – here, you find our contact details, links to our bulletin for clinicians and services, and our Twitter details.