We not only provide a high quality of clinical care for our service users, we also equip them with the skills they need to get back into the community and live independently.

These are some of our therapies and skill development tools we provide.

Interventions and support to promote recovery

  • Occupational health assessments and vocational interventions
  • Psychological and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy interventions
  • Peer support
  • Collaborative care planning
  • Self medication programme
  • Group work focusing on recovery and skills
  • Mental Health Advocacy - for patient empowerment
  • Creative therapies such as art, music and dance and movement therapy
  • Access to education in collaboration with our Recovery College, Lambeth College and Southbank University
  • Health promotion that includes healthy eating, smoking cessation support and advice, nutrition planning and referrals to dietics and physiotherapy department 
  • Physical activities in the community
  • Care plans to meet cultural needs and preferences
  • Rationalisation of treatment to get the best use of medication 

Skill development opportunities

  • A ‘Wellness Recovery Action Plan’ for mental and physical health, encouraging insight and self-management
  • Coping skills - such as managing voices, dealing with stress
  • Social skills - such as assertiveness and social interactions
  • Relapse prevention planning
  • Illness awareness


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