Your health

We can help you with a range of mental health difficulties. When we meet you for the first time we help you to understand what you are wrestling with.


Adopting a child can in itself be a demanding and complex process, and families can struggle, particularly when the initial period of settling in...


Abuse of any sort can be extremely detrimental to someone’s long-term mental health and well-being.

Autistic spectrum conditions

Autism spectrum conditions are conditions that affect social interaction, communication, interests and behaviour.


Depression is more than simply feeling unhappy or fed up for a few days.

Learning disabilities

A learning disability affects the way a person learns new things in any area of life, not just at school. It affects the way a person understands...

Personality disorders

People with personality disorders tend to have longstanding difficulties in managing relationships with others and their emotions. These...


A fear becomes a phobia when it stops us from enjoying things or doing them easily.

Problems relating to life events

Our emotional wellbeing is very dependent on what is happening in our life and those around us. This is generally well understood, and supported by...

Self harm

Self-harm is when someone intentionally hurts themselves; this can take many forms, such as cutting, hitting or burning oneself.

Sexual problems

Sexual problems range from common mild sexual dysfunctions to less common and more serious problematic sexual behaviours which cause significant...

Traumatic events

A trauma occurs when our usual way of coping and managing our day to day experiences is overwhelmed. It is frightening, and we feel helpless.

Self-refer to be seen at our Camden child and young person mental health service (Open Minded)

You can now self-refer to Open Minded

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