Cambridge Independent Neuroscience and Psychiatry Services

Consultant Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Services for Children, Young People and Families

Private, Pro Bono, NHS and Virtual Consultations
Assessment and Treatment for Families, Children and Young People aged 0-23.  We also consider adult referrals, especially when adults are in full time education or training, or when adults offer services to children or work to protect others such as Human Rights Solicitors, Police, Social Care, Education and Military Services.  

Most of our referrals relate to concerns of:
Autism and Asperger's Syndrome
Tic disorders such as Tourette's Syndrome
Depression and Bipolar Disorder (Manic Depression)
Anxiety Disorders such as OCD, PTSD and Phobias 
Schizophrenia and other psychotic disorders
Psychotic symptoms (delusions, hallucinations)
Eating disorders (Anorexia Nervosa, Bulimia Nervosa)
Severe obesity in children 
Learning difficulties causing emotional difficulties
Attachment difficulties and disorders
Behavioural problems and disorders 
Self-harm or thoughts of harming others
Chronic anger or aggression and violence
Drug use or alcohol misuse
Offending behaviour
Non specific neurodevelopmental problems
Non specific mental health or emotional problems

We work closely with the local CAMHS, Schools, Paediatricians, GPs, Social Care and YOT.  Court Reports can be provided if necessary.  

Treatment options include psychotherapy (Family Therapy, CBT, CAT, psychodynamic and behavioural approaches) and medication when clinically indicated and appropriate. 

Virtual / Tele-Psychiatry consultations (consultations via the internet or telephone) are only available for follow up appointments where appropriate.

Reliable Mental Health Information for Families
Please see information available on our website.  We also offer presentations to groups of families or young people on mental health or child development topics.  Our presentations are often offered pro bono.  

Professional Resources, Training & Development
We offer training on topics in Child Psychiatry to organisations and professionals in the UK and abroad.  
Pro bono training is often offered to individuals working with vulnerable children.  Professionals in Cambridge or London can also join our Continuing Professional Development group.  

NHS Service Provision & Service Development
We have long standing service contracts with mental health organisations, such as NHS Trusts, private and charitable organisations.  We ask that Clinical or Medical Directors contact us directly for further information.  

Service Development in Developing Countries
We aim to be available on an regular basis to assist in specialist mental health outreach and generic service development in developing countries.  We can offer direct or virtual input from the UK to countries abroad wanting to develop Child Psychiatry and specialist mental health (multi-disciplinary) services.  We ask that organisations contact us directly to discuss this service.  

International Consultant Service Provision
Consultant Child Psychiatrists are often available to offer services outside of the UK, where there is a particular need for specialist mental health services.  We also offer consultation from the UK to professionals in countries where there are no Child Psychiatry services or child psychiatrists.  Professionals range from GPs and Paediatricians to Social Workers and teachers. Arrangements can also be made for direct clinical input in these circumstances.  We ask that organisations contact us for further information. 

International Outreach Services
Mental Health Bus International Projects 
We provide specialist outreach services to vulnerable and hard to reach children.  This is the international outreach division of CINAPS Ltd and a pro bono service.  This service has thus far been funded by CINAPS Ltd and our directors, but we hope to procure private funding from individuals and organisations to continue these projects.  

Please see for further details or to offer your support.

Charitable Work in the UK and Developing Countries
We offer services to charitable organisations through ongoing contractual agreements, as well as ad hoc, pro bono assessments, consultation, supervision, teaching, training and presentations to promote awareness of mental health problems (and solutions) and to eradicate stigma.  
All professionals working with or in collaboration with CINAPS are encouraged to offer pro bono services.  We ask that organisations, individuals or GPs contact us directly for further information.  
Please see voluntary work for further details.  

Shrinkwrapped Publications
Mental health related publications.


CINAPS Ltd is a Designated Body under The Medical Profession (Responsible Officers) Regulations.  

For more information relating to our services, company, policies or to book an appointment, please contact us. 

Please note that CINAPS Ltd does not provide any emergency services to new patients or patients open to CINAPS Ltd. CINAPS Ltd aims to work closely with GPs and GPs should have information available on file regarding our assessment and recommendations, if we have seen a child or young person.

If you require any urgent or emergency help or advice or if you have any urgent concerns relating to physical health, mental health and / or associated risk, or medication, please contact your local NHS Mental Health Service, Emergency Services or GP immediately.

Synapse (syn·apse): The junction across which a nerve impulse passes from an axon terminal to a neurone or muscle cell [Greek sunapsis, point of contact, from sunaptein, to join together:  sun-, syn- +haptein, to fasten]



10 Harley Street
Tel:  +44 (0)20 8123 4017

2 All Saints Passage
Tel:  +44 (0)1223 969 090

Correspondence Address: 
PO Box 956

Saturday and Sunday consultations

Consultation hours 9am-9pm

Consultations can be arranged anywhere in the UK on request.

Virtual consultations

Registered Providers for:
Standard Life



Children have incredible courage, strength and resilience to move forward in the worst of circumstances.  It is our duty however, as professionals, to assist them in their journey by offering flexible, accessible, creative services to support children, young adults, families and carers, and to work collaboratively with other agencies and professionals in medical and non-medical fields to meet the needs of children and families, promoting awareness of mental health problems and developing services through education and co-working.  This is our goal.

CINAPS Ltd Company Registration Number: 6937186
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