Mental Health


A new self-referral mental health & well-being support service which has been made freely available to all adults to use in Lambeth.  Click here to find out more.


Is an online mental wellbeing community for young people aged 10-25. Click here for more information.



COVID 19 is a difficult time for us all, and especially for our children. There is a lot of advice available online for supporting children - we've tried to find the most helpful for you.

Click HERE for a useful toolkit to support children's mental health.

We really recommend this website from CAMHS which contains guides for parents and links to other helpful websites.  The downloads section below has other helpful documents too.

Young Minds has good information for young people and adults as well, on what to do with anxiety related to coronavirus. 

Lameth Educational Psychology Services have set up a YouTube channel where they have a few short films to help parents. 

Click HERE for a video on how to motivate home learners.

Click HERE for a video (in English) on how to help children manage their feelings.

Click HERE for a video (in Spanish) on how to help children manage their feelings.

MindEd provides advice and information with hints and tips for parents and carers.

The Anna Freud Centre have excellent resources to help children/young people's mental well-being during the coronavirus lockdown.  This book HERE is particularly good for younger children.

Ollee is a new app from Parent Zone described as a powerful new free tool to help parents support their child’s emotional wellbeing and encourage communication within families.  Aimed at 8-11 year olds and their parents, Ollee helps families talk about difficult topics. Click HERE for more information about the Ollee app.


If you are worried about the mental health of your child, here are some helplines:  

SHOUT - text ‘Shout’ to 85258 for 24/7 crisis text support 

YoungMinds Parents Helpline - Call 0808 802 5544 for free Mon-Fri from 9.30am to 4pm


 Bereavement Support