The Targeted Team
Our Targeted Team are based in our Forest Lane clinic however they are often out providing services in the community.
15 Forest Lane
Radlett, WD7 9HQ
Tel: 01923 633577
To see our clinic on the map and get directions click here.
To view our online access guide for this building via AccessAble click here.
There is parking available on site outside 15 Forest lane or to the right of the building outside Kingfisher Court.
We are a team of professionals who provide support for children, young people, their parents, carers and family members. Our team is made up of social workers, psychologists, family therapists, art therapists and our looked after children (LAC) nurse.
We offer support with your emotional wellbeing through a range of short term, evidence based, interventions that will depend on your needs and goals. We may also involve you in particular groups such as our family therapy or fostering attachment group if we feel they are necessary.
We work with children and young people up to the age of 18 who have a social worker. We also work with their parents, carers and families where necessary and appropriate. Sometimes we work with other organisations, your school or other individuals that might be providing you with support.
We are based at 15 Forest Lane in Radlett, however we work with children and young people out in the community at our community clinics or also in some community buildings or schools. We work all over the county of Hertfordshire.
We provide short term targeted interventions, and the exact duration that you will work with us for depends on your needs and goals.
At the first meeting we will invite you to share your experiences with us, there is no pressure to talk and if you would feel more comfortable writing down answers, or your thoughts, then please feel free to bring some paper with you and do so. Some people also like to draw things instead or feel more comfortable communicating with pictures.
- Welcome pack
- Our HPFT CAMHS Services
Find definitions for terms such as 'emotional wellbeing' in our jargon buster.