Early intervention service - Enfield
We treat people aged between 18-65 years of age, experiencing their first episode of psychosis, or those who are in the first three years of psychotic illness.
305-309 Fore Street
Tel: 020 8702 3100
Manager: Simon Clark
Who we are
We are a team of multi-skilled professionals providing care to people experiencing their first episode of psychosis.
What we offer
The Early Intervention Service offers treatment including:
- Administration of anti-psychotic medicines
- Cognitive behaviour therapy for psychosis and emotional problems, including depression and anxiety
- Family interventions
- Vocational recovery
- Relapse prevention
- A harm minimisation approach to substance misuse
Who the service is for
People aged between 18-65 years of age, experiencing their first episode of psychosis, or those who are in the first three years of psychotic illness, living in Enfield.
How you can access our service
To be referred to this service please see your GP. Primary Mental Health Teams, Home Treatment Teams, Acute Mental Health Wards, Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS), Accident and Emergency Mental Health Liaison Service, Complex Mental Health Teams and Leaving Care Teams can also refer to this service.