Specialist Outpatient CAMHS
We operate the widest range of outpatient services for children and young people in the UK. Our teams are primarily based at the Michael Rutter Centre on the Maudsley Hospital campus in Denmark Hill.
Find out more about our teams.
Our national and specialist teams
Assessment, consultation and treatment for young people who are engaged in, or present with significant risk of offending behaviour.
Advice and support to services, families, and young people to try to best meet the needs of young people in the community with Intellectual Disabilities, Autism and complex mental health needs, including challenging behaviour.
Assessment and treatment of young people who have a history of self-harm, and symptoms.
Help for children and young people with complex, severe, and treatment-resistant co-occurring neuropsychiatric disorders and medical conditions including rare diseases.
A specialist service for children and young people who are fostered or adopted and who are experiencing difficulties.
Assessment and treatment for young people with Body Dysmorphic Disorder (BDD).
Assessment and treatment for young people with obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) and related conditions, including BDD, and tic disorders.
A service is for children and adolescents with difficulties arising from exposure to traumatic and severely stressful events.
The Enhanced Treatment Service (ETS) is for young people aged 12-18 who are presenting with a serious mental illness which has resulted in a hospital stay. We offer an alternative pathway for young people who have been admitted for in-patient treatment.
A creative arts programme combining mental wellness strategies and arts practice for young women living in Lambeth or Southwark.
The Maudsley Centre for Child and Adolescent Eating Disorders (MCCAED) is renowned worldwide for the psychological treatments it offers to children and adolescents with eating and feeding disorders.
A specialist service for children and young people with autism and complex mental health difficulties. We provide assessment, intervention, and management of complex neurodevelopmental presentations.
FCAMHS provides advice, consultation, assessment and some limited short-term interventions for young people who may be involved with the criminal justice system or be at high risk of being so in the future.
Our parenting teams
Evidence based parenting training courses, and research.
An innovative community-based team working to improve outcomes for families in which parents are affected by mental health issues.
Training and consultancy services in the Multisystemic Therapy (MST) model to teams in local authorities, health trusts and the voluntary sector.