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About us

Events

About us

Events

About us

Events

About us

Events

In this section of the website you can find out about a range of online events taking place around the Trust and in our local communities. If you have an event you would like us to advertise please email Carol at membership@slam.nhs.uk.


For all members - Don't forget to vote!
You have until 5pm on Tuesday 2 November to vote for your choice of Governors to represent you.

You will have received an e-mail from takepart@cesvotes.com (check your junk mail if you have not seen it) or a postal voting pack, and you can vote on-line so you do not have to worry about the time it will take for your postal vote to arrive. 

These governors will be representing you for the next three years, so make sure your voice is heard!


Upcoming events

Free course for Black faith groups promoting mental health awareness

Delivered over eight weeks, this free online course provides Black faith and religious groups with a better understanding of mental health. You will learn how to identify and help members of your congregation who may be experiencing mental health difficulties.  
 
9 to 30 November 2021, with break for December, resuming 11 January to 1 February 2022. 
 
Delivered online by Maudsley Learning. Free for those based in Lambeth, Southwark, Lewisham and Croydon. 
Find out more.


PCREF

Black Mental Health Series
Thursday November 11
To explore and discuss issues black people face in Access, experience and outcomes for Back people within the mental health services.
Time: 6:30 to 8pm    Location: Zoom  Hosted by Croydon BME Forum
Registration here

Black Mental Health Series
Thursday December 2
To explore and discuss issues black people face in Access, experience and outcomes for Back people within the mental health services.
Time: 6:30 to 8pm    Location: Zoom  Hosted by Croydon BME Forum
Registration here
Open to: The public

  


Regular events from our Recovery College

  • Weekly mindfulness
  • Ayurveda sessions
  • Karma yoga with Awa for health and wellbeing
  • Moving towards self-compassion
  • Managing anxiety during difficult times: food, movement and supportive resources
Find out more and sign up through the Recovery College

Carers' Forums

If you are a carer caring for someone with mental ill health, Matthew Mckenzie runs regular carer forums and support groups in South London via Zoom. To book, depending on your borough, please click any one of the links within the blog below.

Caring Mind Blog