The Mood and Anxiety Ambulatory Services provide ambulatory
services to clients with mood and anxiety disorders. Psychiatrists, social workers, occupational
therapists, psychologists, nurses, psychometrists and researchers staff the
program. MAAS is a specialty service providing evidence-based clinical care,
education and research. The MAAS inter-professional team offers consultations,
time-limited treatment and follow-up, education and services for families.
In addition, MAAS offers rapid service to clients with Early
Psychosis. Access to specialized outreach services is made possible through
partnership with the Mood and Psychosis Early Intervention team of the Canadian Mental Health Association, Toronto branch.
If suitable, clients may be offered an opportunity to
participate in research spanning basic science to direct patient care.
Particular research interests include early intervention and exploring the
Clients can access the Mood and Anxiety Ambulatory
Services as follows:
A referral (PDF) should be completed by a
Family Physician or Psychiatrist. If the referral is completed by a Family Physician, the Psychiatrist needs to be aware, when applicable.
The completed referral should be
faxed along with any pertinent information, i.e., psychiatric reports, lab work
to the ACCESS CAMH fax line: 416-979-6815.
The referral will be reviewed by Access
CAMH Intake Coordinators and this may also include a brief telephone screening,
or request for more information from the referring physicians.
The pages that formerly contained the Anxiety Disorders Clinic, Mood Disorders
Clinic, CBT Clinic and Early Intervention Clinic now redirect here.