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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
Regular events from our Recovery College
Karma yoga with Awa for health and wellbeing
Moving towards self-compassion
Managing anxiety during difficult times: food, movement and supportive resources
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.
The Black Men’s Consortium Presents: Kwame & the end of Lockdown 3
An Interactive Theatre Performance & Community Dialogue Wednesday 7 and Friday 9 April at 7pm on Zoom Join the Black Men’s Consortium on the global stage for a virtual performance in order to connect and dialogue about how BLACK Men can move forwards with personal and collective action around their mental health. Questions to think about: • How can BLACK Men survive COVID 19 and remain proactive during these challenging and uncertain times? • How do we ensure that BLACK Men are not the first to die in this ongoing pandemic? • What are the current obstacles BLACK Men face in the time of lockdown? • What can BLACK Men do collectively to look after their Mental Health & Wellbeing and address our current reality? • How can BLACK Men support and guide the next generation so that we are better prepared for civil action? To register and book YOUR FREE TICKETSclick here.
IOPPN Research Festival 2021
Tuesday 27 April, 2 to 5.30pm This year, the IoPPN Research Festival will be covering the theme ‘Across the Lifespan’. With more than 20 five-minute talks on everything from the developing neonatal brains to the role of AI in dementia research, this online festival will also feature keynote talks by two world-class experts in their fields: Professor Grainne McAlonan ‘Autism across all ages: What does a vulnerable brain look like? Can we shift biology?’ and Professor Terrie Moffitt ‘Surprises about psychopathology revealed by following 1000 people for four decades’ Free event, please register here.