1Mindsight Surrey CAMHS is a partnership of expert organisations including Xenzone, Surrey Family Services, the National Autistic Society, Barnardo's, Relate West Surrey, Step by Step, Heads Together, Eikon, and Learning Space.



Offers British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy accredited online counselling, self-help and moderated peer support via the award-winning Kooth.com. Young people aged 10-18 can get immediate and direct access to online support.

Surrey Family Services

Leads the development and implementation of a No Labels Service to engage with young vulnerable people who are leading chaotic lives and do not readily engage with services.


The National Autistic Society

Provides peer support for parents of autistic children and offer regular drop in clinics to quickly engage children and young people with challenging behaviour.



Delivers parenting support groups lasting 6-8 weeks for the parents of those children and young people referred to the Behavioural and Neurodevelopmental (BEN) Service.




Relate West Surrey

Provides counselling services for 10 to 18 year olds with mild to moderate mental health issues. Six to eight sessions are offered which can be followed up with family counselling if required. This CAMHS service is  provided in Woking, Walton, Ashford, Stanwell and Thorpe.


Step by Step

Step by Step offers 6-8 counselling sessions for 11-25 year olds living in south west Surrey.

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Heads Together

Provides free and confidential counselling to young people aged 11-24 in east Surrey. Face to face and online sessions available.



Offers a wellbeing service into schools working with teachers and pupils to help keep students well and know how to spot early warning signs of mental ill-health.


Learning Space

Provides early intervention services for children 5 years and above to improve confidence and self esteem and address issues such as anxiety and anger.