'Gender identity: learning from experience, learning from each other.'
The Tavistock Centre, London
Date: 4 October 2017 16:30 to 19:30
COVID-19 – changes to our services
The COVID-19 outbreak has changed many things about the way
we live and work, but our mission and values remain the same. We will continue
to deliver high quality clinical services, training and education to all those
If you live in Barnet, Enfield, Haringey, Camden or Islington
and are aged between 0 and 18 years old, or care for someone that is, you can
now access a crisis line if you are in need of urgent mental health support
or advice. Contact them on:
0800 151 0023
This line operates 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. If you
are an existing patient you can also continue to contact your clinical team in
the usual way.
Latest changes to
education and training programmes
If you are thinking about studying with us, our student
recruitment team are working as usual and course interviews are taking place online via Zoom, which is very
easy and safe to use. We will be starting our next academic year in September 2021 and the first term, at least, will be delivered fully online. If you have any questions about our courses or our
application process, please see our FAQs here.
We are working with other NHS organisations to provide support in this difficult time.
Keeping Well North Central London
This project provides regular short
podcasts from wellbeing and mental health practitioners within the network.
They will be directly responding to what is coming out of out the ‘How Are You
Today’ check in survey.
In the current climate the amount of content advising children, young people and families on how to manage their mental health and wellbeing may be overwhelming. Our new 'Thriving Plus' page contains reliable content, ranging from videos to activities for children, advice for parents/carers and Government guidance.