Mental health

Mental health services in Camden are provided jointly by Camden adult social care and Camden and Islington NHS Foundation Trust

Psychological therapies

Camden and Islington Psychological Therapies Services (iCope) offers quick access to a range of free therapies that have been shown to be effective in treating anxiety and depression. These therapies can help you take more control of your thinking and behaviour so that you feel more able to cope with your problems. This service is available for adults only.

If you would like to know more, please contact the Camden and Islington Psychological Therapies Service – you can also speak to your GP and ask them to refer you.

Mental Health Wellbeing Centre

Find out more about the Camden Mental Health Wellbeing Centre

Parental Mental Health

Find access to services that provide support for people with parental mental health needs

Perinatal Mental Health

The mental health of a woman is particularly vulnerable during the perinatal period, which begins at conception, includes the antenatal period and continues for 1 year post-delivery. Public health carried out an assessment of the needs of Camden residents with mild to moderate mental health (PNMH) difficulties, which can be found here

Reading is good for your health

Self-help books aimed at helping people with common emotional problems:

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