Staff came together to continue the fight against stigma and supported World Mental Health Day (Tuesday 10 October) this week, which was themed around mental health in the workplace. A range of events and activities took place to mark the annual fixture – thank you to all staff who got involved!
Commenting on Theresa May’s remarks on race inequality in public services, Carolyn Regan, Chief Executive at West London Mental Health NHS Trust said:
“At West London Mental Health NHS Trust we believe that a strong organisation is a diverse one. Over half of our staff are from a BME background and we are proud of our diversity and value the contribution of all of our staff regardless of race, sexuality, gender, sex, age, disability or marital status.
Lesley Day, WMLHT’s previous Head of Service at the Cassel Hospital and current Trustee for the Cassel Charitable Trust has guest edited a special issue of UKCP’s quarterly Journal The Psychotherapist, entitled Personality Disorder: What works for whom? (Summer, 2017). Lesley was the Head of Service at the Cassel for over 16 years (until 2013). […]
The Trust will mark World Mental Health Day (Tuesday 10 October 2017) with a variety of activities and events across services in line with this year’s theme – mental health in the workplace.
Ahead of World Mental Health Day on Tuesday 10 October 2017, Jo, a Personal Assistant working in the Home Ward Ealing service at West London Mental Health NHS Trust, has spoken about the unwavering support she received from the Trust’s Occupational Health team when she experienced a mental health crisis earlier this year.
Commenting on the CQC’s re-inspection report of Broadmoor Hospital, Carolyn Regan, Chief Executive at West London Mental Health NHS Trust, which includes Broadmoor Hospital said: “The most recent re-inspection at Broadmoor Hospital recognises the significant improvements we have put in place to improve staffing levels and the positive impact this has had on patient care. […]
Fair Train, a national charity and owners of the national Work Experience Quality Standard accreditation, have awarded the Learning and Development Team (L&D) at West London Mental Health NHS Trust with the highest level of accreditation, Gold, for its work experience programme.
Join the FIRST team on Tuesday 19 September to celebrate co-production and for your chance to meet new people, enjoy live performances and view amazing artwork. Venue: The Orr Room, The Lyric, Lyric Square, Hammersmith, W6 0QL Times: 3-7pm The event is held in conjunction with West London Collaborative (WLC). The WLC provide invaluable feedback […]
As you may have seen on the news this morning, police were called at approximately 08:20hrs on Friday 15 September to Parsons Green Underground Station following reports of a fire on a London tube train. Deputy Assistant Commissioner Neil Basu, the senior national coordinator for counter terrorism policing, has declared it a terrorist incident. Officers […]
One You Ealing, a primary care physical health service delivered by West London Mental Health NHS Trust, is supporting Blood Pressure UK’s flagship ‘Know Your Numbers’ campaign (18 – 24 September) and urging Ealing residents to get their blood pressure checked for free. ‘Know Your Numbers’ encourages adults across the UK to know their blood […]