That's all from Holyrood Live on Wednesday 19 December 2018.
Mental Health Minister Clare Haughey told MSPs £4m would will be invested in CAMHS staffing to support children and young people.
The funding announcement coincided with the publication of a review into how to improve Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) that recommends cutting the target waiting time for specialist treatment by a third, to 12 weeks.
When questioned in Holyrood by Tory MSPs Annie Wells and Miles Briggs about whether the Scottish Government would adopt the recommended target for mental health waiting times of 12 weeks rather than 18, Ms Haughey did not commit and instead referenced the new funding.
NHS figures released earlier this month revealed 221 young Scots have been waiting more than a year for specialist help with mental health problems, while there were 197 cases where children with such conditions were treated on adult wards in 2017-18.