Enfield CAMHS

The Enfileld CYPS manager is Michael Salfrias

The CYPS services available in Enfield are: 

Generic and Neurodevelopmental Service Children and Young People's Service

CYPS Access provides a central point of referral for professionals to refer children and young people with mental health concerns. These referrals may then be discussed with the young person, their family, or the referrer in order for the Access team to gather all the relevant information and send the referral to the most appropriate team as quickly as possible, or for signposting for other support in the borough.  

Generic CYPS is an integrated service offered by Barnet, Enfield and Haringey Mental Health Services NHS Trust and the London Borough of Enfield’s Schools, Children’s Services and Leisure Department to support children/young people and their families where there is concern about emotional or behavioural difficulties. Assessment and therapy are provided to children/young people and their families as well as offering a consultation service to other professionals. CYPS works closely with colleagues in the Educational Psychology Service. CYPS professional staff include Child and Adolescent Psychiatrists, Child and Adolescent Psychotherapists, Family and Systemic Psychotherapists, CYPS Practitioners, Clinical Psychologists, Specialist Nurse Therapists and Educational Psychologists. CYPS offers help to children, young people and their families/carers who are registered with GP in the London Borough of Enfield. The age range is from birth up to their 18th birthday or leaving school. 

Tel: 020 8702 5100 

Email: beh-tr.enfieldcamhs@nhs.net 

Address: Bay Tree House, Christchurch Close, Enfield EN2 6N 

Service for Adolescents and Families in Enfield (SAFE)

SAFE is a service providing rapid, community-based intervention to young people between the ages of 13 to 18 who are in need of crisis mental health support. This includes young people who have harmed themselves or who are at risk of suicide. In addition SAFE offers specialist assessment and intervention to teenagers who may be experiencing severe mental health difficulties, such as emerging psychosis. A&E psychiatric liaison teams and paediatric wards at local hospitals can refer directly to SAFE where urgent CYPS assessment is required. 

Tel: 020 8702 4070 

Email: beh-tr.enfieldcamhssafe@nhs.net 

Address: Bay Tree House, Christchurch Close, Enfield EN2 6N 


Service for Children and Adolescents with Neurodevelopmental disorders (SCAN)

Description: SCAN sees children/young people with severe learning disabilities and neuro-developmental disorders, who attend specials schools, where the degree of impairment is significant and coupled with mental health problems such as severe challenging behaviour. Referrals are primarily taken from Generic CYPS, SAFE, paediatricians, Special Schools and Cheviots (Enfield Children’s Social Services). The Service works closely with the Child Development Team. 

Tel: 020 8702 5160 

Email: beh-tr.enfieldcamhsscan@nhs.net 

Address: Bay Tree House, Christchurch Close, Enfield EN2 6N 

Learning Disability/Autistic Spectrum Disorder (LD/ASD) Keyworker Service

The Learning Disability/Autistic Spectrum Disorder (LD/ASD) Keyworker Service forms part of the North Central London commitment to ensure that children/young people with Learning Disabilities and/or who are Autistic, with behaviours of concern and complex mental health needs, will have increased access to enhanced support and care, including intensive support/crisis services.

Currently all referrals to the service come through the Dynamic Support Register for the borough in which the young person resides. If you would like to discuss a referral, please refer to the team email address.  

The Keyworker Service works with children and young people with the most complex needs and their families and carers to make sure families are fully involved in their plans, feel listened to and informed, plans are personalised, and they have the support they need at the right time, in a co-ordinated way.

Keyworking should help families experience a reduction in stress, and uncertainty and an increase instability.

Service Manager: Sinclair Jenkins, available 09.00am - 05.00pm 
Tel: 020 8702 6850
Email: beh-tr.ldasdkeyworkerservice@nhs.net
Address: Orchard House, St Ann's Hospital, St Ann's Rd, London N15 3TH

Health, Education, Access and Resource Team (HEART)

HEART is a specialist service which offers a range of services to improve the emotional wellbeing of looked after children. These include assessments and treatments for mental health disorders, group and individual consultations for carers and professional staff, support for a therapeutic fostering project (IN-STEP) and a mental health screening project (EBH). 

Address: 305-313 Green Lanes, Palmers Green, Enfield 

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