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  1. Parent and Infant Relationship Service (PAIRS)

    The Parent and Infant Relationship Service (PAIRS) is part of Lambeth Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS).

    Our service is available to expectant parents and parents with babies or children (up until their fourth birthday) who live in the Lambeth Early Action Partnership (LEAP) areas of Tulse Hill, Stockwell, Coldharbour and Vassall.

    Our team aims to help parents who may be feeling overwhelmed, feel a dip in confidence, and struggle with new responsibilities. We can help parents who may also have challenging feelings about themselves, their partner or even their baby or toddler at times.

    PAIRS...

    Address: 5th Floor,  Lambeth Civic Centre
    6 Brixton Hill
    Brixton, London, SW2 1EG

    Category: Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (Local)

  2. Pathway Homeless Team (Kings Health Partners)

    The team can support patients regardless of their local settled connection to an area in the UK, including those from abroad or without a connection in the UK

    Patients are accepted if they meet all the criteria:
    ¥ 18+ years old
    ¥ Patients who are rough sleepers (not suitable for the START Team) living in homeless hostels, B&B, sofa surfers or who have nowhere to go on discharge
    ¥ Patients with any form of mental illness
    ¥ Regardless of a settled local connection
    ¥ Patients currently admitted to a Lambeth or Southwark hospital ward

    The team doesn't usually work directly with patients who have a care coordinator either in the community or on admission. They will be happy to give advice and signposting where this required as we appreciate that situations and services can be complex and challenging to navigate.

    Address: Main Office:
    Room 0030
    Reay House
    Lambeth Hospital
    108 Landor Road, London, SW9 9NT

    Category: Adult Mental Health Service (Local)

  3. Peckham Befrienders

    Peckham Befrienders is a Black & Minority Ethnic (BME) people (aged 18-65yrs) who are currently receiving care from our Trust

    The aims/objectives of Peckham Befrienders: are to increase the social networks of our service users. We do this by providing a space for Service Users and Befrienders to form friendships within a befriending framework. We operate a group approach to befriending.

    Our twice weekly drop-ins offers a space for service users to access, support and befriending, culturally appropriate meals and other activities such as: Indian head Massages, support, talks and presentations on a host of subjects (e.g. how to look after your Heart, Diabetes, and controlling stress) and our reflexology service.

    In addition to services we offer we are also looking for people from the BME communities who want to become volunteers.

    To access Peckham Befrienders services people can be referred by CHMT's, Doctors, Social Workers, CPN's, or by self-referrals.

    Address: Peckham Befrienders
    Chaucer Resource Centre
    13 Ann Moss Way, Rotherhithe,  London, SE16 2TH

  4. Perinatal Community Service (Croydon)

    The Mental Health Liaison Service provides psychiatric assessments for people, aged 18 and above to determine if they need mental health care and treatment.

    We care for people who live in the London Borough of Croydon.

    Our aim is to ensure that people get the expertise they need to address their mental health problems.

    For an overview of our National Perinatal Services - please visit: https://slam.nhs.uk/service-detail/service/perinatal-service-128/

    Address: Larkbarrow House
    Bethlem Royal Hospital
    Monks Orchard Rd, Beckenham, BR3 3BX

    Category: Adult Mental Health Services (Local)

  5. Perinatal Service

    The Perinatal Mental Health Team is a multidisciplinary mental health service for pregnant and postnatal women with severe and complex mental illness.

    The team aims to prevent, detect and treat perinatal mental health problems. We work to improve the experience of pregnancy and the postpartum period for women and their families, as well as early life experiences for babies.

    Women at risk of relapse in pregnancy and following delivery are assessed early in pregnancy to allow them time to consider the treatment and care options available. The Perinatal Mental Health Team works collaboratively with women, their families and other professionals to plan care during pregnancy and the early postpartum period.

    The Perinatal Mental Health Teams work jointly with adult mental health services already providing care for a woman when she becomes pregnant. We work in partnership with maternity services, children and families’ social services, primary care and other Trust mental health services.

    Our service consists of psychiatrists, psychologists, perinatal nurses, perinatal nursery nurses, midwives, occupational therapists and administrators. The service works with women who cannot be effectively managed in primary care.

    Lambeth Perinatal Mental Health Team:
    St Thomas’ Hospital
    Call: 020 7188 6011

    Southwark Perinatal Mental Health Team:
    King’s College Hospital Call: 020 3299 3234

    Lewisham Perinatal Mental Health Team:
    University Hospital Lewisham Call: 020 3228 9354 or 020 3228 9358

    Croydon Perinatal Mental Health Team:
    Bethlem Royal Hospital
    Call: 020 3228 0304

    Mother and Baby Unit:
    Bethlem Royal Hospital
    Call: 020 3228 4265 or 020 3228 4255
    Referrals: email mbunurses@slam.nhs.uk or submit through WebBeds at www.nhswebbeds.co.uk

    Address: Multiple sites,

    Category: Adult Mental Health Services (National)

  6. Persistent Physical Symptoms Research and Treatment Unit

    Our service is an internationally recognised research and treatment unit, which provides a specialist diagnostic assessment and treatment for people with persistent physical symptoms. This includes fatigue, pain, irritable bowel symptoms and non-cardiac chest pain. We have developed models for understanding and treating persistent physical symptoms and continue to be at the forefront of research and development in this field. We offer specific treatment for chronic fatigue, irritable bowel syndrome, fibromyalgia as well as other persistent physical symptoms.

    We also treat fatigue in the context of long-term conditions such as cancer or if people have finished medical treatment but continue to experience symptoms. Our evidence-based treatments are routinely evaluated. Our goal is to increase the person’s functioning, improve quality of life and wellbeing, reduce the severity of their symptoms and facilitate a return to work or education where possible.

    Address: Maudsley Hospital,  Mapother House De Crespigny Park, London, SE5 8AZ

    Category: Specialist Adult Mental Health Services (National)

  7. Powell Ward (Ladywell Unit, Lewisham Hospital)

    Powell Ward is in the Ladywell Unit at University Hospital Lewisham. We provide services for men, aged 18-65, with acute psychiatric illnesses. Acute illnesses start quickly and have distressing symptoms. We provide care for people who live in the London Borough of Lewisham and outside borough

    We offer psychiatric assessment, care and treatment in hospital, which helps reduce the risk to self and others.

    Address: Ladywell Unit
    University Hospital Lewisham
    Lewisham High Street, London, , SE13 6LW

    Category: Adult Mental Health Services (Local)

  8. Primary Care Mental Health Support Service (Croydon)

    The Primary Care Mental Health Support Service (PCMHSS) works with Croydon adults residents (18-65 years) that have experienced severe and enduring mental illness and have achieved some stability in their recovery that they are ready for transfer to Primary Care. The client group will be motivated to increase self management and independence in preparing for transfer to primary care. The PCMHSS works in collaboration with the patients, carers/family and their GP practices towards full transfer from secondary mental health service to Primary Care. Our team brings together mental health practitioners including a psychiatrist that will support the transfer process.

    Patients accepted into the PCMHSS will meet certain criteria e.g. their mental health (mainly psychosis) and social situation is stable, and the prescribed medication can be managed by the doctor's surgery.

    Patients will be transferred from the service, to primary care, following a formal multi-disciplinary review with the prescribing GP, practice staff and our service.

    In the event of needing input from secondary service, the referral process will be the same as it is now for all.

    Address: Main Office:
    Jeanette Wallace House
    No 1 Edridge Road, Croydon, CR0 1FE

    Category: Adult Mental Health Services (Local)

  9. Primary Care Mental Health Team

    PCMHT is a collaborative and integrated multi-disciplinary service providing care and support to service users who require a level of care above that available through general medical services (GP). The service operates a single point of access for mental health care, provides time-limited interventions for patients referred from primary care as well as a step-down pathway for service users transitioning from secondary care services. PCMHT works in collaboration with, and provides consultation, advice and guidance to other healthcare and social care providers.

    Address: Waldron Health Centre
    Amersham Vale, New Cross, SE14 6LD

    Category: Mental Health service

  10. Promoting Recovery Service (Croydon East)

    We provide care and support for people, aged 18-65, who have severe mental illness. We care and support people who live in the London Borough of Croydon.

    People eligible for our service must be on the Care Programme Approach (CPA). The CPA is a way of describing what you need in order to get the best care. It is for patients who need to see several people or organisations for their mental health care and treatment.

    We provide people with a care co-ordinator to plan their care and make sure they get the best available help. They are usually a community psychiatric nurse, social worker or occupational therapist. We also run an outpatient clinic for people who are able to live more independently.

    Our service brings together teams of health and social care professionals, including nurses, social workers and psychiatrists.

    Address: Jeanette Wallace House
    No 1 Edridge Road, Croydon, CR0 1FE

    Category: Adult Mental Health Services (Local)

  11. Promoting Recovery Service (Mayday)

    We provide care and support for people, aged 18-65, who have severe mental illness. We care and support people who live in the London Borough of Croydon.

    People eligible for our service must be on the Care Programme Approach (CPA). The CPA is a way of describing what you need in order to get the best care. It is for patients who need to see several people or organisations for their mental health care and treatment.

    We provide people with a care co-ordinator to plan their care and make sure they get the best available help. They are usually a community psychiatric nurse, social worker or occupational therapist. We also run an outpatient clinic for people who are able to live more independently.

    Our service brings together teams of health and social care professionals, including nurses, social workers and psychiatrists.

    Address: Jeanette Wallace House
    No 1 Edridge Road, Croydon, CR0 1FE

    Category: Adult Mental Health Services (Local)

  12. Promoting Recovery Service (Thornton Heath and Woodside)

    We provide care and support for people, aged 18-65, who have severe mental illness. We care and support people who live in the London Borough of Croydon. People eligible for our service must be on the Care Programme Approach (CPA). The CPA is a way of describing what you need in order to get the best care. It is for patients who need to see several people or organisations for their mental health care and treatment. We provide people with a care co-ordinator to plan their care and make sure they get the best available help. They are usually a community psychiatric nurse, social worker or occupational therapist. We also run an outpatient clinic for people who are able to live more independently. Our service brings together teams of health and social care professionals, including nurses, social workers and psychiatrists.

    Address: Jeanette Wallace House
    No 1 Edridge Road, Croydon, CR0 1FE

    Category: Adult Mental Health Services (Local)

  13. Psychological Interventions Clinic for Outpatients with Psychosis (PICuP)

    Our service offers cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) and family interventions for people with distressing positive symptoms of psychosis (including those with a diagnosis of bipolar disorder). This includes delusions and hallucinations, or those with a history of psychosis whose main difficulties are secondary emotional problems. We do not offer treatment for those who have predominantly negative symptoms, learning disabilities, are not distressed or do not want help.

    Our service is psychology-led, headed by international, clinical and academic experts. PICuP was one of the two national demonstration sites for the Improving Access to Psychological Therapies for Severe Mental Illness (IAPT for SMI) project which aimed to increase access to psychological therapies for psychosis, bipolar disorder and personality disorders.

    Watch a video about our service 


    We strive to:

    • treat people with dignity and view our service users as experts in their own experiences
    • place no pressure on people to change their view of the world and always work collaboratively with them towards achieving their goals
    • include families, carers and other mental health professionals involved in the person’s care, if the patient wishes to
    • disseminate knowledge and skills to other mental health professionals through training and supervision, both in the UK and overseas
    • work towards improved quality of life for people with psychosis through clinical research and audits
    • aim to increase access to psychological therapies for psychosis and bipolar disorder

    Address: PO79
    Clinical Treatment Centre
    Maudsley Hospital
    Denmark Hill, London, SE5 8AZ

    Category: Adult Mental Health Services (National)

  14. Psychology and Psychotherapy for Older Adults (Lewisham, Southwark, Lambeth and Croydon)

    The team offers a range of specialist, evidence based, psychological interventions to people aged 65 and over who are experiencing moderate or severe mental health difficulties or dementia. We also see younger people who are experiencing memory or other cognitive problems. We work with families and others caring for people with behavioural and psychological symptoms of dementia. Services offered include:

    - Cognitive behaviour therapy
    - Family therapy
    - Psychodynamic psychotherapy
    - Assessments of cognitive function and advice on strategies to manage these difficulties
    - Assessment and advice on managing challenging behaviours in the context of dementia
    - We see people in local clinics but can offer home visits

    Assessments of cognitive function currently suspended due to Covid**

    Address: Main Office:
    91 Granville Park
    Lewisham, London, SE13 7DW

    Category: Psychology and Psychotherapy Services

  15. Psychology in Hostels Project

    We provide a flexible and responsive psychology service to adults (18 years+) with complex needs in the Lambeth homeless hostel network. Such people may have severe mental health problems, histories of complex trauma and comorbid drug and alcohol use.

    Our service is provided by psychologists based across three Thames Reach hostels which provide a ÔPsychologically Informed Environment' (PIE) for residents and staff.

    The PIE aims to ensure that everything that takes place within the hostel holds individuals' psychological and emotional needs in mind. It provides individual and group psychological therapy; and staff training, supervision, consultation and reflective practice. By increasing clients' psychological stability this service also aims to help them sustain future independent living, engage with mainstream mental and physical health services and find meaningful occupation.

    This service is provided in partnership with the London Borough of Lambeth and Thames Reach hostels.

    Address: Room 0150 Reay House
    Lambeth Hospital
    108 Landor Road, London, , SW9 9NU

    Category: Adult Mental Health Services (Local)

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