Mental Health & Well-Being
Barnet Integrated Clinical Services
Barnet Integrated Clinical Services provide mental health services to children, young people and families across Barnet, and offer a range of individual, family and group sessions. They can meet with you virtually online or face to face either in school or in the community. Also available are online resources for children, young people, families and professionals.
Barnet CAMHS is the Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service in the London Borough of Barnet, providing multidisciplinary assessment and treatment of children and young people with mental health or severe emotional and behavioural difficulties.
Barnet, Enfield and Haringey Mental Health Nhs Trust (BEHMHT)
BEHMHT are a large provider of integrated mental health services in Barnet, Enfield and Haringey. They serve a population of 1.2 million, employ more than 3,300 staff, and operate from over 20 main sites in the community. They look after people’s mental and physical health in their hospitals or in the community. They provide a range of mental health services for young people and adults. These include enabling their patients to overcome phobias and anxiety, or to come to terms with bereavement or teenage pregnancy. They also have expert staff helping people deal with bipolar, schizophrenia or the onset of dementia.
Grief Encounter’s mission is to give every child and young person access to the best possible support following the death of someone close. They work closely with individuals, families, schools and professionals to offer a way through the anxiety, fear and isolation so often caused by grief.
Young Minds are the UK’s leading charity fighting for children and young people's mental health. They want to see a world where no young person feels alone with their mental health, and all young people get the mental health support they need, when they need it, no matter what.
Kooth is a transformational digital mental health support service. It gives children and young people easy access to an online community of peers and a team of experienced counsellors. Access is free of the typical barriers to support: no waiting lists, no thresholds, no cost and complete anonymity.
So many teenagers today have access to games consoles, and many of them regularly play games for long hours; sometimes even suffering from gaming addiction. This seems normal for today’s society, but perhaps parents need to be more aware of the adverse effects that excessive gaming can have on their children.
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