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Art and Design students' mural brightens up Cedar House, St Michael's Hospital

Students from Barnet and Southgate College have painted a child friendly mural in the reception area of Cedar House, St Michael's Hospital in Enfield.  Read more about the creative project.


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We provide mental health services to people living in the London boroughs of Barnet, Enfield and Haringey, and a range of more specialist mental health services nationally.  We also provide the full range of child and adult community health services in Enfield.


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CHOICES offers support to children and young people in Haringey who are worried about their emotional wellbeing. You can request support from the team for a one-off face to face conversation. They will help you work out what services are available around Haringey to support you. 

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Annual Report 2015 - 16

"As you read this Annual Report you will see we have had an action packed year, and made exciting progress in many areas.There has been a lot of change, some fantastic successes, and our Enablement programme has gone from strength to strength as our staff help deliver life-changing improvements to patients’ lives. You will read more about these developments in the rest of the report" - Chief Executive, Maria Kane

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We provide integrated mental health and community health services for people of all ages across Barnet, Enfield, Haringey and beyond. We provide community health services for adults and children in Enfield. Find out more about our services and how we can help you on your road to recovery in our Enablement programme.  Read our annual report, quality accountoperational plan watch our Trust video, meet the senior team and learn about our vision, values and objectives and discover our research and development projects.

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Here is the first edition of BEH's magazine Trust Matters. Do take a read. If you want future copies e-mail communications@beh-mht.nhs.uk with your details.

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Latest news

  • Inside an ECT clinic

    Dr Robert Tobiansky met with Guardian reporter Nicola Davis to dispel the rumours around Electroconvulsive therapy (ECT). It is used to treat patients with severe depression, often accompanied by psychotic symptoms, a high risk of suicide or a refusal to eat or drink. “This is somebody who through their depression feels that they are not worthy of eating or drinking, who through their illness is starving – that is a life-threatening condition,” he said. “You have not got time to wait for other things not to work. Likely things have been tried and failed.” But negative, dramatic depictions of the treatment in film and other media have left their mark. “Although it is small numbers of people who have the treatment we usually have a big battle against the stigmas and the very negative press ECT has".

  • Working with young people to breakdown mental health stigma

    Barnet, Enfield and Haringey Mental Health NHS Trust (BEH) is working with young people to help breakdown barriers for accessing support. More than 120 students from five secondary schools across Haringey came together at the Pleasance Theatre in March to discuss mental health and emotional wellbeing - an event co-ordinated by a range of local young persons organisations. The discussions were inspired by play I AM BEAST, written by theatre company Sparkle and Dark, which explores themes of bereavement and loss.

  • Art and Design students' mural brightens up Enfield children's clinic

    Children, parents and staff attended the unveiling of a bright and creative mural at Cedar House, St Michael’s in Enfield on 8 March. The mural was painted by art and design students from Barnet and Southgate. The team at Cedar House had received some funding which allowed them to refurbish the clinic to make it more child friendly and they approached the College's Art Department to carry out the work.

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