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Providing mental health assessment and treatment for children, young people and families living in the London Borough of Wandsworth

Wandsworth Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS) treatment Tier 3 team

CAMHS stands for Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services.  Wandsworth CAMHS offers a range of treatments and assessments for children and young people aged 5- 18 who are experiencing moderate to severe mental health problems.  Where appropriate a combination of approaches is used in line with the young person's needs and as agreed with the family through care planning.

Wandsworth CAMHS Leaflet

Conditions we treat

Our job is to promote emotional wellbeing and provide assessment, formulation, intervention and risk management to children and young people (up to the age of 18) with moderate to severe and enduring mental health needs which impact significantly on daily functioning.

Mental and emotional health difficulties in the moderate to severe/complex range, including:

Anxiety Disorders
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
Separation anxiety
Social anxiety
Generalised anxiety
Panic disorder
Depression
Psychosis
PTSD/Trauma
Self-Harm
Suicidal Ideation and Behaviour
Emotional and mental health needs associated with Neurodevelopmental Disorders

Waiting Times

It can be difficult waiting for support after being referred to services. Whilst we do our best to see all Children and young people as soon as possible, our waiting times are longer than we would like. We are committed to providing open and clear information around current expected waiting times The following table explains average waits, as well as number of people waiting and likely time you will wait from a referral to initial assessment. Please note these are average waits and therefore you may find yourself seen sooner or slightly longer than estimated. 

To support you during your waits we have provided some useful tools and information which you can use to support you during this time. These can be found under resources tab.

RTT (Referral to Treatment) - this is from the time we receive your referral to your second clinical appointment.

Average wait - this is taken from the average time people waited during the previous month. It is counted from the time you are added to the waiting list until the time you start your first therapy appointment.

Number of people waiting - this number is taken from the end of the previous month.


RTT (Referral to Treatment) waits:

Team Name Average weeks wait Number of people waiting
Wandsworth CAMHS Single Point of Access (SPA)    
Wandsworth CAMHS Tier 3    

 

Tier 3 Therapy Waits:

Tier 3 is also referred to as 'Getting More Help' and treats moderate to severe/complex levels of need

Team Name Average weeks wait Number of people waiting
Tier 3 ADHD Medication review    
Tier 3 Family Therapy    
Tier 3 Individual Therapy     
Tier 3 Psychiatry    

What you can expect

A combination of evidence based interventions are delivered in line with the young person's needs and as agreed with the family, through care planning. Interventions are time-limited, targeted and goal-focussed. Treatment progress is reviewed regularly, and we aim to facilitate smooth transition and step-down/discharge from the service. We will likely ask you to complete some questionnaires at assessment and so we can measure progress towards your therapy goals.

We assess moderate to severe mental health needs and offer formulation and/or diagnosis and recommendations for treatment. We also offer risk assessment and risk management, to support Children and Young People to maintain safety and optimal functioning.

 

Interventions offered include (though are not limited to):

  • Individual Psychological talking therapies such as Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) and Interpersonal Therapy (IPT)
  • Systemic (Family) Therapy (SFT)
  • Pharmacotherapy (medication) with advice and monitoring
  • Parenting work around the child's needs
  • Consultations and network meetings with other professionals
  • Risk management and support with transition to adult services
  • Integrative approaches

 

We are a service for all and we are keen to ensure we are inclusive and mindful of protected characteristics in a Young Person's formulation and engagement with service, such as: race, ethnicity and culture; gender and sex; sexuality; age and ability.

Dependent on the needs and circumstances/preference of the young person, we are able to offer interventions either face-to-face, online or via telephone, or a combination of these (where this is possible given the intervention and risk level).

In order to reduce waiting times and avoid wasted appointments, we do request that notice is provided more than 24 hours in advance if you are unable to attend an appointment, and two missed or cancelled appointments may result in a new referral to the service being required.

Referrals

Referrals to Wandsworth CAMHS are currently accepted from professionals such as GP's, Teachers, Social Workers, School Nurses or any other health or educational professional, if they feel there is a need for the CAMHS services.

All referrals are received by an assessment team called the Single Point of Access (SPA).

Referrals to our SPA Team can be made by emailing wandsworthcamhsreferrals@swlstg.nhs.uk

SPA staff can advise further on what information is useful for a referral, timescale for being seen and support which might be available pending the first appointment.

If you are 16 or over you can also self-refer by emailing us and requesting the self referral form and sending this back to the above email address.

 

What does SPA do:

The SPA team views all referrals (daily where possible) and offers an initial phone call to consider next steps. In some cases a further face to face/extended telephone/online assessment is offered to determine the most appropriate service to address the Young Person's needs.

The SPA team will also send questionnaires about the young person in order for the team to gain more insight into the Young Person's challenges.

When the SPA team have carried out the initial screening and assessment the young person will be offered a relevant intervention option or signposted to the most useful service (which may include local borough and voluntary sector services).

We are closely linked with the Camhs Emergency Care Service, who assess young people presenting in crisis at A&E, and may provide follow-up as required. 

Referrals for children presenting for assessment of Neurodevelopmental difficulties (ASD / ADHD) will be screened initially in SPA. If threshold for diagnosis is met and reflected in the screening measures you will be referred to the dedicated service for Neurodevelopmental difficulties so that a more comprehensive assessment and/or diagnosis of the difficulties can be undertaken.

Referrals for children presenting with Eating Disorders (Anorexia and Bulimia) will be screened initially in SPA. If threshold for diagnosis is met, onward referral to the SWLSTG Trust's dedicated service for children and young people presenting with Eating Disorders will follow, so that a more comprehensive assessment and treatment of the difficulties can be undertaken.

 

Facilities at Wandsworth

Car parking
Disabled access
Free disabled parking
Disabled toilets
Gender neutral toilets
Cycle parking

Where to find us

Wandsworth CAMHS
Building 1, Entrance 1
Harewood House
Springfield University Hospital
61 Glenburnie Road
London
SW17 7DJ

Telephone: 020 3513 5000

Email: WandsworthCAMHS@swlstg.nhs.uk

Our opening hours

Monday - Friday: 09.00 - 17.00

If you, or your parent/carer is concerned about your deteriorating mental health, and you think you would benefit from crisis support, advice, and guidance, you can call:

0203 228 5980 (Monday - Friday: 5pm - 11pm) and (Saturday, Sunday, Bank Holidays: 9am - 11pm)

This help line is staffed by CAMHS Crisis Practitioners, to help you or the young person you're caring for through a period of crisis or significant distress.

Providing mental health assessment and treatment for children, young people and families living in the London Borough of Sutton

Sutton Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS)

CAMHS stands for Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services.  We provide mental health assessment and treatment for children, young people aged 5-18 and their families living in the London Borough of Sutton.  Where appropriate a combination of approaches is used in line with the young person's needs and as agreed with the family through care planning.

 

Conditions we treat

Our job is to promote emotional wellbeing and provide treatment to Children and Young people with mental health problems.

Sutton Alliance provides emotional wellbeing and mental health services including:  Youth Offending Team provision, counselling services and bereavement and loss support.

The CAMHS team offers a range of assessments and treatments for Children and Young People presenting with enduring and moderate to severe mental health disorders which impact significantly on daily functioning.

Depression
Anxiety Disorders
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
Separation anxiety
Social anxiety
Generalised anxiety
Panic Disorder
Specific Phobias
Tic/Tourette Disorder
Psychosis
Self-Harm & Suicidal Ideation
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder / Trauma
Behavioural Difficulties
Emotional and behavioural difficulties associated with Neurodevelopmental Disorders

Waiting Times

It can be difficult waiting for support after being referred to services. Whilst we do our best to see all Children and Young People as soon as possible, our waiting times are longer that we would like. Whilst we can't remove waiting times we are committed to providing open and clear information around current expected waiting times. The following table explains average waits, as well as number of people waiting and likely time you will wait from a referral to initial assessment. Please note these are average waits and therefore you may find yourself seen sooner or slightly longer than estimated. 

To support you during your wait we have provided some useful tools and information which you can use to support you during this time. These can be found under resources tab.

RTT (Referral to Treatment) - this is from the time we receive your referral to your second clinical appointment.

Average wait - this is taken from the average time people waited for during the previous month. It is counted from the time you are added to the waiting list until the time you start your first therapy appointment.

Number of people waiting - this number is taken from the end of the previous month.


RTT Waits:

Team Name Average weeks wait Number of people waiting
Sutton CAMHS Single Point of Access (SPA)  7  136
Sutton CAMHS Tier 3  26  247

 

Tier 3 Therapy Waits:

Tier 3 represents moderate to severe/complex level of need

Team Name Average weeks wait Number of people waiting
Tier 3 ADHD Medication review     
Tier 3 Family Therapy    
Tier 3 Individual Therapy     

 

What you can expect

A combination of evidence based, disorder specific clinical interventions are delivered in line with the Young Person's needs and as agreed with the family through care planning. Interventions are time-limited, targeted and goal focused. Treatment progress is reviewed regularly, and we aim to facilitate smooth transition and discharge from the service. Services offered include:

Assessment of moderate to severe mental health / conditions, formulation / diagnosis and recommendations for treatment.

Risk assessment and risk management plans to support children and young people presenting with mental health difficulties to support safety and optimal functioning.

Treatment and intervention, including:

 

 

  • Cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT)
  • Family therapy
  • Pharmacotherapy with advice and monitoring
  • Consultations and network meetings with other professionals when the child or young person is open to CAMHS
  • Bereavement counselling for children and young people
  • Dialectical Behaviour Therapy Skills (DBTs)
  • Guided self-help for anxiety (based on CBT model)
  • Guided self-help for low mood (based on CBT model)
  • Guided self-help for parents for anxiety (based on Cathy Creswell CBT model)
  • Guided self-help for parents for behaviour difficulties (based on behaviour model)
  • Workshops with parents / Carers and young people
  • Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR)
  • Referrals for children presenting for assessment of neurodevelopmental difficulties (ASD / ADHD) will be screened initially in our assessment team based in the Sutton Single Point of Access .  If threshold for diagnosis is met and reflected in the screening measures you will be referred to either COGNUS or the SWLSTG Trusts dedicated service for Neurodevelopmental difficulties so that a more comprehensive assessment of the difficulties can be undertaken.
  • Referrals for children presenting with Eating Disorders will be screened initially in our assessment team based in the Sutton Single Point of Access. If threshold for diagnosis is met, onward referral to the SWLSTG Trusts dedicated service for Eating Disorders will follow so that a more comprehensive assessment and treatment of the difficulties can be undertaken.

 

Referrals

Referrals to Sutton CAMHS are currently accepted from professionals such as GPs, Teachers, Social Workers, School Nurses or any other health or educational professional if they feel there is a need for CAMHS services.

All referrals are received by an assessment team called the Single Point of Access (SPA).

Referral forms can be sent to the SPA via email to SuttonCAMHS.Referrals@swlstg.nhs.uk

Professionals can call the SPA team on 0203 513 3800 (option 1) prior to making a formal referral for an opinion regarding a particular child, young person or family with whom they are working.

The Single Point of Access staff can advise on:

  • Whether Community CAMHS can help
  • How to make a referral
  • What information the service needs
  • The timescale for being seen
  • What support might be available pending the first appointment

The SPA team will screen all referrals and offer an appointment either; face to face, online or via a telephone interview to determine the most suitable treatment options to address issues presented at the point of referral.

The SPA team will also send questionnaires about the young person in order for the team to gain more insight into the Young Person's circumstances

When the SPA team have carried out the initial screening and assessment the young person will be offered a relevant intervention option or signposted to the most useful service. This may include 'Getting More Help' from an identified clinician based at Sutton CAMHS, offering an evidence-based treatment (either  individual or family therapy). In addition, the young person could be referred to another service within the borough that is best placed to meet the young person or family's needs (including voluntary sector services).

We are closely linked with the CAMHS Emergency Care Service (CECS) who assess young people presenting in crisis and we provide follow-up and on-going treatment as required.  

Facilities at Sutton

Car parking
Disabled access
Disabled parking
Disabled toilets
Cycle parking

Where to find us

Sutton CAMHS,
Jubilee Health Centre,
East Building 2,
6 Stanley Park Road,
Wallington,
Surrey,
SM6 0EX

Sutton CAMHS 0203 523 3800 (option 2)

Single Point of Access consultation line: 0203 513 3800 (option1)

Email: SuttonSPAadmin@swlstg.nhs.uk ssg-tr@suttoncamhs.nhs.net

Opening Hours: 9.00 am to 5.00 pm Monday-Friday

If you, or your parent/carer is concerned about your deteriorating mental health, and you think you would benefit from crisis support, advice, and guidance, you can call:

0203 228 5980 (Monday - Friday: 5pm - 11pm) and (Saturday, Sunday, Bank Holidays: 9am - 11pm)

This help line is staffed by CAMHS Crisis Practitioners, to help you or the young person you're caring for through a period of crisis or significant distress

Our job is to provide assessment and treatment to Children and Young People with mental health problems with a Merton GP

Merton Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS)

CAMHS stands for Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services.  We provide mental health assessment and treatment for Children, Young People (aged 5-18) and their families living in the London Borough of Merton.  Where appropriate a combination of approaches is used in line with the Young Person's needs and as agreed with the family through care planning.

 

Conditions we treat

The CAMHS team offers a ranges of assessments and treatments for children and young people presenting with enduring moderate to severe mental health needs which impact significantly on their day to day life.

Depression
Anxiety Disorders
Separation anxiety
Social anxiety
Generalised anxiety
Panic Disorder
Psychosis
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder/ Trauma
Risk management around Self-Harm
Risk management around Suicidal Ideation
Risk management around Behaviour
Evidence-based treatments with ADHD where appropriate
Mental health difficulties associated with Neurodevelopmental Disorders

Waiting Times

It can be difficult waiting for support after being referred to services. Whilst we do our best to see all Children and young people as soon as possible, our waiting times are longer that we would like. We are committed to providing open and clear information around current expected waiting times.  The following table explains average waits, as well as number of people waiting and likely time you will wait from a referral to initial assessment. Please note these are average waits and therefore you may find yourself seen sooner or slightly longer than estimated. 

To support you during your waits we have provided some useful tools and information which you can use to support you during this time. These can be found under resources tab.

RTT (Referral to Treatment)-  this is from the time we receive your referral to your second clinical appointment.

Average wait - this is taken from the average time people waited during the previous month, and is counted from the time you are added to the waiting list until the time you start your first therapy appointment.

Number of people waiting - this number is taken from the end of the previous month.


RTT (Referral to Treatment) Waits:

Team Name Average weeks wait Number of people waiting
Merton CAMHS Single Point of Access (SPA)    
Merton CAMHS Tier 3    

 

Tier 3 Therapy Waits:

Represents moderate to severe level of need

Team Name Average weeks wait Number of people waiting
Tier 3 ADHD Medication review     
Tier 3 Family Therapy    
Tier 3 Individual Therapy     
Tier 3 Psychiatry    

What you can expect

We offer evidence based interventions in line with the Young Person's needs and as agreed with the family through care planning. Our work is time-limited, targeted and goal focussed, and treatment progress is reviewed regularly. We aim to facilitate smooth transition and discharge from the service.


Services offered include:

  • Assessment of moderate to severe mental health conditions, formulation, diagnosis and recommendations for treatment.
  • Risk assessment and risk management plans to support children and young people presenting with mental health difficulties to support safety.
  • Evidence based therapies including:
    • Cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT),
    • Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)
    • Compassion Focused therapy (CFT)
    • Trauma Focused CBT and Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing EMDR) for trauma
    • Family/Systemic therapy
    • Pharmacotherapy (medication) with advice and monitoring
    • Consultations and network meetings with other professionals

 

  • Referrals for children presenting for assessment of neurodevelopmental difficulties (ASD / ADHD) will be screened initially in our Merton Single Point of Access (SPA) team. If threshold for diagnosis is met and reflected in the screening measures, a referral to the SWLSTG Trust's Neurodevelopmental Disorders Assessment Team will follow so that a comprehensive assessment and diagnosis of the difficulties can be undertaken.
  • Referrals for children presenting with Eating Disorders (Anorexia and Bulimia) will be screened initially in the Merton Single Point of Access team. If threshold for diagnosis is met, referral to the SWLSTG Trust's Eating Disorders Team will follow so that a more comprehensive assessment and treatment of the difficulties can be undertaken. Sometimes the Eating Disorders team will consult to our service.

Referrals

Referrals to Merton CAMHS are currently accepted from professionals such as GPs, Teachers, Social Workers, School Nurses or any other health or educational professional if they feel there is a need for the CAMHS services. Professional referrals are made via the CAMHS Single Point of Access (SPA) by using the eReferrals system or by emailing MertonSPAreferrals@swlstg.nhs.uk.

We currently accept self-referrals for 16- and 17-years olds via our self-referral form.

We offer a consultation line to professionals who wish to discuss whether to make a referral for a young person. This line is open Monday-Friday 9-5: 0800 292 2505

The Single Point of Access staff can advise on:

  • Whether Community CAMHS can help
  • How to make a referral
  • What information the service needs
  • The timescale for being seen
  • What support might be available pending the first appointment

The SPA team will screen all referrals and offer an appointment either face to face or via a telephone/video interview to determine the most suitable treatment options to address issues presented at the point of referral.

The SPA team will also send questionnaires about the young person in order for the team to gain more insight into the young person’s circumstances

When the SPA team have carried out the initial screening and assessment the young person will be offered a relevant intervention or signposting option. This may include an evidence-based therapeutic intervention, risk management support or extended assessment from our Getting More Help/Tier 3 team based at Birches House. In other cases, the young person could be referred/signposted to another service within the borough that is best placed to meet the young person or family’s needs (including voluntary sector services).

We are closely linked with the CAMHS Emergency Care Team (CECS) who assess young people presenting in crisis and we provide follow-up and on-going treatment as required.

Facilities at Merton

Car parking
Disabled access
Disabled parking
Disabled toilets
Cycle parking

Where to find us

Birches House
Birches Close
Mitcham
London
CR4 4LQ

Phone: 0208 254 8061

Single Point of Access consultation line: 0800 292 2505

Email: mertoncamhs@swlstg.nhs.uk

Opening Hours: 9.00 am 17.00 pm

If you, or your parent/carer is concerned about your mental health getting worse, and you think you would benefit from crisis support, advice and guidance, you can call:

0203 228 5980 (Monday - Friday: 5pm - 11pm) and (Saturday, Sunday, Bank Holidays: 9am - 11pm)

This help line is staffed by CAMHS Crisis Practitioners, to help young people or their parents/carers through a period of crisis or significant distress

Our job is to promote emotional wellbeing and provide treatment to Children and Young People with mental health needs living in the London Borough of Kingston

Kingston Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS)/Woodroffe Family Adolescent and Child team (FACT)

CAMHS stands for Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services.  Kingston CAMHS offers assessment and treatment to Children and Young People with a range of moderate to severe mental health problems.

Where appropriate a combination of approaches is used in line with the young person's needs and as agreed with the family through care planning.  This service is for children, young people under 18 and their families who have a Kingston GP.

 

Conditions we treat

The CAMHS teams treat Children and Young People presenting with enduring and moderate to severe mental health needs which impact significantly on daily functioning.

Kingston CAMHS is a Tier 3 service and offers assessment and treatment to Children and Young People with a range of moderate to severe mental health needs. Where appropriate a combination of approaches is used in line with the young person's needs and as agreed with the family through care planning.

This service is for Children, Young People under 18 and their families who have a Kingston GP.

Waiting Times

It can be difficult waiting for support after being referred to services. Whilst we do our best to see all Children and young people as soon as possible, our waiting times are longer that we would like. We are committed to providing open and clear information around current expected waiting times depending on which part of CAMHS you are waiting to access. The waiting list tables explain average waits, as well as number of people waiting and likely time you will wait from a referral to initial assessment. Please note these are average waits and therefore you may find yourself seen sooner or slightly longer than estimated. 

To support you during your waits we have provided some useful tools and information which you can use to support you during this time. These can be found under resources tab.

RTT (Referral to Treatment)- this is from the time we receive your referral to your second clinical appointment.

Average wait - this is taken from the average time people waited during the previous month, and is counted from the time you are added to the waiting list until the time you start your first therapy appointment.

Number of people waiting - this number is taken from the end of the previous month.


RTT Waits:

Team Name Average weeks wait Number of people waiting
Kingston CAMHS Single Point of Access (SPA)    
Kingston CAMHS Tier 3    

 

Tier 3 Therapy Waits:

Tier 3 is moderate to severe level of need

Team Name Average weeks wait Number of people waiting
Tier 3 ADHD Medication Review     
Tier 3 Family Therapy    
Tier 3 Individual Therapy     
Tier 3 Psychiatry    

What you can expect at Kingston CAMHS

The CAMHS SPA team screen all referrals to ensure that the Child/Young person is directed to the most appropriate service, including completing telephone screenings with the family and/or relevant professionals, or Face-to-Face assessments as appropriate.  We cannot offer assessments for all referrals, so request that referrers please complete all referral questions on the form, including demographics and risk details.

The referral may be accepted to one of the South West London & St George's Mental Health Trust Tier 3 CAMHS services, or for the Emotional Health Service (Tier 2 CAMHS Services) within Achieving for Children. We also accept referrals on behalf of local youth counselling services and may signpost young people and their families to other local support services and resources.

Services offered include:

  • Assessment of moderate to severe mental health/conditions, formulation/diagnosis and recommendations for treatment.

  • Safety risk assessment and risk management plans to support children and young people presenting with mental health difficulties.

  • Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT)

  • Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)

  • Compassion Focused Therapy (CFT)

  • Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT) Skills Training Group Sessions

  • Family therapy

  • Psychoeducation and parent work

  • Medication advice, prescribing and monitoring

  • Consultations and network meetings with other professionals

Referrals

Professionals, parents, carers and children and young people can make a referral to the CAMHS SPA.

All GP's are advised to make any CAMHS referrals via the Electronic Referral System (eRS).

All other professional referrers or parent/family should refer directly to our CAMHS SPA by downloading the referral form and emailing this into our Kingston & Richmond CAMHS SPA Referrals inbox: krcamhsreferrals@swlstg.nhs.uk

If you would like to make an enquiry prior to making a referral you can call the CAMHS SPA on 020 8547 6171, 9am 5pm on weekdays

Referrals for children and young people presenting for assessment of neurodevelopmental difficulties (ASD/ADHD) will be screened initially by the Kingston Single Point of Access (SPA) assessment team. If the SPA team find that the child or young person should undergo a more comprehensive assessment, they will refer on to the specialist Neurodevelopmental Assessment Service.

Referrals for children and young people presenting with eating difficulties will be screened initially by the Kingston Single Point of Access (SPA) assessment team. If the SPA team find that the child or young person should undergo a more comprehensive assessment, they will refer on to the specialist Children and Young People Community Eating Disorders Service.

Facilities at Kingston

Car parking
Disabled access

Where to find us

Woodroffe House
Tolworth Hospital
Red Lion Road
Surrey
KT6 7QU

Telephone
: 020 3513 5000

Email: Kingston.camhs@swlstg.nhs.uk

Monday Friday: 09:00 - 17.00

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If you, or your parent/carer is concerned about your deteriorating mental health, and you think you would benefit from crisis support, advice, and guidance, you can call:

0203 228 5980 (Monday - Friday: 5pm - 11pm) and (Saturday, Sunday, Bank Holidays: 9am - 11pm)

This help line is staffed by CAMHS Crisis Practitioners, to help you or the young person you're caring for through a period of crisis or significant distress

 

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