The CAMH Sexual Behaviours Clinic (SBC) provides assessment and treatment for people who are on probation or parole for a sexual /sexually motivated offence or for people concerned about one of the sexual interests listed below.
Referrals are NOT accepted from lawyers, The Children’s Aid Society or from Family and Child Services.
*Visit https://www.atsa.com/referral to explore providers in your area
How to Make a Referral
If you have any questions about the referral process, please call Access CAMH at 416-535-8501 and press 2.
Probation and Mental Health Diversion Referral Requirements:
YCJA Referral Requirements:
For YCJA involved individuals, DO NOT send in the referral. Contact the Intake Coordinator at 416-535-8501 ext. 32510.
CSC Parole Referral Requirements:
The SBC offers medication consultation for sex drive reducing medication for clients/patients of CSC.
Medical Referral Requirements:
Note: individuals currently on probation, parole or mental health diversion for a sexual /sexually related offence need to be referred by their PO or diversion worker.
Medical referrals require the following items to be completed by a physician:
2. Attach the Physician Referrals to the SBC Package to the CAMH Referral Form
The Sexual Behaviours Clinic (SBC) is a multi-disciplinary team, including social work, psychology, psychiatry, and sexology.
Our treatment approach follows a Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy (CBT) model, and may include aspects of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), the Good Lives Model, Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT), and relapse prevention. We work with our patients to develop treatment goals, with a focus on living a healthy, balanced, and safe lifestyle.
We work from a non-judgmental and inclusive framework. We also work with diverse cultural and linguistic communities. CAMH interpretation services are provided for patients as needed for assessment and treatment.
Are you concerned about your sexual interest in children? Are you worried about your use of child sexual exploitation material (often called child pornography)? Do you have concerns about crossing boundaries with children?
Talking for Change offers free and anonymous help for people concerned about their interests or their behaviour involving children who do not have legal involvement. This is available across Canada and for people of all ages. This service is available via a phone helpline or chat on our website. Chat is available in over 20+ languages with the help of a secure translation program.
Talking for Change also offers free assessment and therapy to individuals 18+ in Ontario and Atlantic Canada for the same issues. This part of the program is not anonymous. A self-referral form is available on the Talking for Change website for people in Ontario. Please reach out to the helpline for information about accessing the program in Atlantic Canada.
Please visit the website TalkingForChange.ca for more information.
Keep your finger on our pulse – latest CAMH news, discoveries and ways to get involved delivered to your inbox.
Please select a newsletter
Please complete the following:
We look forward to keeping you informed, inspired and involved in all things CAMH.
Before the new year, help us create hope for those living with mental illness.