• If you have symptoms  of Covid-19 (fever, new dry cough or loss off taste or smell) please self-isolate and visit the NHS Website for latest information.

  • COVID-19 Vaccine: The NHS will get in touch when it’s your turn to be vaccinated.
    Please do not contact the Surgery before then, for more information please click here

  • Please note the RESULTS LINE is currently out of order.  We are trying to resolve this as soon as possible.  We apolologise for the the inconvenience.

Mental Health & Well Being

Please find information on Mental Health & Well Being below. Click on any of the tabs for more information.

  • Urgent Mental Health Crisis

    If you need urgent help with your mental health contact:

  • I would like to be referred for Counselling/Psychological Therapy

    Please click on this link to be directed to a self-referral form.

    IAPT (Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (self-referral)

    While waiting for a response you may like to review the Digital and Online Resources section.

  • Mental Health Digital and Online Resources

    • Good Thinking – Digital Mental Wellbeing for London
    • Living Life to the Full – Free online courses covering low mood, stress and resiliency
    • LGBT Foundation’s Wellbeing Hub – Mental health resources
    • MIND Mental Health Support with specific advice on ‘Coronavirus and your wellbeing’.
    • Mood Gym – An interactive self-help book for symptoms of depression and anxiety
    • Sleepstation – an online course for people who struggle to fall asleep or stay asleep through the night
    • Together All – online service providing access to millions with anxiety, depression and other common mental health issues
    • YoungMinds – Supporting children and young people and their parents/carers with their mental health and wellbeing.
  • Activities – Bringing People Together for Good Mental Health

    • Certitude – bringing people together through shared interest
    • Action for Happiness – brings together like-minded people and helps them take practical action to bring happiness to the world
    • Meet Up – special interest and support groups for mental health problems
  • Refer yourself directly to mental health professionals - Lambeth Together

    A team of mental health professionals support workers and social workers who can help you access:

    • one of three Living Well Centres. These offer short and longer term support from our teams of clinicians, social workers people with lived experience and support workers.
    • if appropriate, a team that can visit you if you require mental health support within 24 hours.
    • other services and community groups who can support you.

    Lambeth Single Point of Access – refer yourself directly to mental health professionals, support workers and social workers

  • Addiction Services - Drug and Alcohol

    • Lambeth Drug and Alcohol Treatment Consortium (self-referral)
    • Clapham Family Practice – call 020 3049 6600 to make a face to face appointment with Rita or Jason