Adult Mental Health and wellbeing
Adult mental health services in Islington - this document is intended to be a guide to mental health services available for adults in Islington and highlights the ways in which a referral can be made. For further information or to request a hard copy of this document please email Suad Ahmed.
One in 6 adults in Islington have been diagnosed with a mental health condition. Many more go undiagnosed. The following Making Every Contact Count factsheet is a useful resource, providing key messages, and links to local services and online support
Growing Together: The Growing Together Service is for parents with mild to moderate mental health difficulties such as depression or anxiety, who also want help for their child (aged one to five years) such as support with behaviour, sleeping or eating. This service also provides a lot of useful information, training, and resources for both parents and practitioners.
- Information for parents
- A Dad's Guide
- Growing Together timetable of groups and workshops for parents and their children
iCope - this website provides free and confidential help for common mental health problems. Self-referrals can also be made through the website to access confidential psychological therapy for people over the age of 18.
- CLICK HERE to download a copy of iCope service leaflet.
Islington Community CAMHS - Islington Child and Adult Mental Health Service aims to support the emotional health and wellbeing of children, young people and families in Islington.
Dr Louise Hamill Clinical Psychologist 020 3316 1824