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Supporting Clinicians

Please refer patients in the perinatal period, (during pregnancy and up to 1 year post-natal), for moderate to severe mental Illness.

  • We will provide a clinical and risk assessment of the patient and provide a tailored-made package of care.
  • We will assess them within 28 days and provide you and them with written feedback of the assessment and plan for treatment.
  • We offer an outpatient service, for patients to be seen in clinic. We can also offer a wide range of therapeutic services ranging from 1-1 contact in clinic or the patient's home to groups. Appointments can be face-to-face or remote, depending on need and clinical judgement.
Supporting Clinicians

How to Refer

When referring please provide us with:

  • Patient's name, DoB, address, telephone number and email address.
  • NHS number
  • Your details
  • If pregnant please tell us the gestation and EDD and where the patient's pregnancy is booked.
  • Any medication the patient is taking or has taken
  • Medical history
  • Patients psychiatric history including any diagnosis, previous treatment, especially any previous admissions and treatment.
  • What your current concerns are and if there are any risks your foresee
  • Please give an up-to-date assessment of what you feel the patient's mental health needs are now and what you feel we can offer
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Making a Referral

Clinicians can choose the 'Professionals' option in the 'Who am I referring' tab to make a referral below.

If you are a mum and you live in the boroughs of Bedfordshire, City & Hackney, Newham or Tower Hamlets, and you are pregnant or have recently given birth and find you are suffering mentally or emotionally, please do not suffer alone. 

You can fill in the Referral form by clicking on the link below and it will be sent to the team in your local area who will be in touch within 7 days.

If you are experiencing a mental health crisis or emergency  and you or someone you know is in danger,  you can contact our free phone Mental Health Crisis Support teams who are available 24/7, 365 days a year. Find the team where you live here>>

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