Our clinical services

We provide clinical services to people with emotional difficulties and other psychological problems. 

Scroll down the page to find out about our:

  • services for children, young adults and families
  • services for adults
  • partnerships

Children, young adults and families

Adolescent and young adult service (AYAS)

We help people between the ages of 14 and 25 who struggle with any emotional or relational aspect of being an adolescent or young adult.

Camden adolescent intensive support service (CAISS)

CAISS offers intensive support to young people in crisis to keep them safe and out of hospital.

Camden complex needs outreach team

We work with children and young people who have complex difficulties with education, health and care needs.


We are an integrated service for disabled children, young people and their families in Camden.

CAMHS in education

We work with parents and school staff in Camden to understand and address children’s emotional needs.

Early intervention service

For young people and adults who live in Camden and are developing psychosis.

Family assessment service

We provide parenting and family assessments to keep children safe and help them to be the best that they can be.

Family drug and alcohol court (FDAC)

We aim to help parents stop using drugs and alcohol, to keep families together.

Family mental health

We support the emotional health and wellbeing of children, young people and their families.

First step

Provides psychological health screening and assessment for all looked-after children and young people in Haringey.

Forensic CAMHS (The Port)

Forensic CAMHS (FCAMHS) is a free specialist forensic CAMHS service designed to provide consultation to professionals who are working with young...

Fostering, adoption and kinship care

Provides help to looked-after children and young people with emotional and behavioural problems.

Gender identity clinic (GIC)

The Gender Identity Clinic (GIC) is the largest and oldest gender clinic in the UK, dating back to 1966. We accept referrals from all over the UK...

Gender identity development service (GIDS)

For children and young people, and their families, who experience difficulties in the development of their gender identity.

Gloucester House day unit

Leading special school for children with social, emotional and mental health difficulties and their families/carers.

Integrated early years service

We support parents and carers who are expecting a baby or have a child under five, and have additional needs.


For people of all ages who experience psychological difficulties as a result of having an autism spectrum condition and / or a learning disability.

Multi agency liaison team (MALT)

We work with hard to reach families who find it difficult to access child and adolescent mental health services.

Open Minded (Camden Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services or CAMHS)

We support the emotional health and wellbeing of children, young people and their families in Camden.

Parent consultation service (PCS)

We offer confidential counselling to parents and carers of 14 to 25 year olds.

Portman clinic

Offers specialist long-term help for children, young people and adults with disturbing sexual behaviours, criminality and violence.

Refugee service

Provides culturally sensitive support to refugees and asylum-seeking children, young people and families in north London.

Tavistock Immigration Legal Service

The Tavistock Immigration Legal Service (TILS) provides expert psychiatric reports for asylum and immigration proceeding, with instruction provided...

Tavistock outreach in primary schools (TOPS)

We help children with emotional and behavioral difficulties, and their families and primary schools in Camden.

Young people’s consultation service (YPCS)

For young people who experience personal or emotional difficulties or dilemmas and would like to talk to somebody about them.

Youth offending service

Specialist mental and emotional health support for young people who come into contact with the criminal justice system.


Adult complex needs service (includes Lyndhurst unit and Belsize unit)

Our adult complex needs teams provide a range of psychotherapies for those who need a specialised service.

City and Hackney care planning service

Our service helps GPs formulate a care plan for patients who struggle with complex emotional difficulties.

City and Hackney primary care psychotherapy consultation service (PCPCS)

We offer talking therapies to adults aged 18 or over who are registered with a GP in the City of London or Hackney.

Couples unit

Our unit sees couples who feel that their relationship is in difficulty and wish to seek help.

Fitzjohn’s unit

Specialist outpatient service for patients with complex needs including personality disorder.

Haringey thinking space

Aims to improve mental health and community wellbeing in Haringey.

Hertfordshire outreach service

We offer psychotherapy to adults with complex difficulties in Cheshunt, Ware, Hemel Hempstead and Watford.

Pain management service

Helps people to manage the physical and emotional aspects of living with persistent, long-term pain.

Portman clinic

Offers specialist long-term help for children, young people and adults with disturbing sexual behaviours, criminality and violence.

Team around the practice (TAP)

We work with adults in the familiar environment of their GP practice to manage mental health needs.

Trauma service

Our service has special expertise to help people in the aftermath of trauma.


Family Nurse Partnership National Unit

We lead national delivery of the Family Nurse Partnership programme in England.

Care Quality Commission

CQC inspected and rated good

We were last inspected by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) on the 25-29 January 2016. They awarded us a rating of 'good.'

They said "The trust has much to be proud of and also some areas that need to improve. The trust was well-led by the senior leadership team and board. There were many committed and enthusiastic senior staff throughout the organisation working hard to improve the delivery of psychological therapies, provide innovative services and national specialist services to children, young people and adults in out-patient and community settings."