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Therapists combat Korean stigma to mental health

Psychological therapists and wellbeing specialists in Kingston, south west London, are developing their online therapy service to offer particular support to the area’s significant Korean community.

January's stars

Congratulations to the Recovery College's admin staff and tutors who have been crowned January's Stars of the Month.

They were recognised for always being welcoming, kind and professional - continually demonstrating the Trust's values. Ensuring that students of the College are involved in their own recovery process, they play a significant role in listening to potential students talking about their learning needs, as well as showing a high-level of respect and support for those enrolling onto courses.

The beauty of needlework displayed at St Pancras

9 January 2018

The Sewing Circle exhibition closes this Friday 12 January, when there will be a premiere screening of Anna Bowman's new film about the art and artists involved in The Sewing Circle at 5.30-7.30pm in the Conference Hall at St Pancras.

Labelling and mental health stigma - Thurs 1 Feb

8 January 2018

Our next "Mental Health Matters" events for our Trust service user and staff members will explore the issue of labelling of mental health conditions and whether there is a risk that this leads sometimes to additional stigma.

Carols by Candlelight 2017

More than 100 service users, carers, colleagues and members of the community gathered on Monday night for our annual Carols by Candelight service at St Pancras Old Church.

December's star

Congratulations to Fiona Felgate, Senior Occupational Therapist at Southwood Smith Centre, who is December's Star of the Month. 

After organising an inspiring and informative event on diabetes awareness earlier this year, Fiona was nominated for successfully demonstrating the Trust's values throughout the process.

C&I recognised for work on enhancing life of those with psychosis

15 December 2017

C&I's five-year programme to enhance the life of those with psychosis has won the "Innovation in Mental Health" category of the Health Business 2017 awards. The programme is pioneering the integration of physical and mental health care.
2pm Thursday 29 November 2018 - Conference Hall, St Pancras Hospital
2pm Thursday 25 October 2018 - Conference Hall, St Pancras Hospital
2pm Thursday 27 September 2018 - Conference Hall, St Pancras Hospital

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