News & events

Latest news and events from Central and North West London NHS Foundation Trust CAMHS services.


The Hillingdon Members of Youth Parliament visit Hillingdon CAMHS Focus Group

On 10 October 2016, World Mental Health Day, the Hillingdon Members of Youth Parliament visited our Hillingdon CAMHS Focus Group. It was an opportunity to meet and greet, get to know each other and, most importantly, gain a better understanding of mental health services and the needs of children and...


Brian says: “Stop talk of ‘1 in 4 people with mental health’ and start talking about mental health in everyone!”

Dr Brian Murray, a counselling psychologist at CNWL says that a popular statistic, which promotes the idea that 1 in 4 people suffer from mental health illnesses a year, is misleading. Dr Murray explains: “I am against the idea of 1 in 4. If we say that a quarter of the people in the room...


Harrow Garden Project, July 2016

Harrow Garden project is an inspirational initiative which was designed by the HUB (Harrow User Base) team in June  2014.  The project was inspired by the young people who attend the group as they identified the need to make the experience for service users “less daunting” and “more invitin...


Invitation to the Hillingdon ADHD Parent Support (HAPS) Group

The Hillingdon ADHD Parent Support (HAPS) group consists of parents and guardians who have a child diagnosed with ADHD, seen at Hillingdon CAMHS. Our next session is on Mindfulness on 14/11/2016. There will be a small presentation by a group of parents on mindfulness, an opportunity to speak with ot...


Doc Brown to open new building for Westminster Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) on World Mental Health Day

CNWL’s Westminster CAMHS will welcome special guest, rapper and actor Doc Brown, who will officially open its new building on World Mental Health Day. The event will mark the service’s relocation to a new venue at the heart of Westminster.


Recruitment training for Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service service users

CNWL’s Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS) is training its service users so that they can sit on interview panels.