On 18 March phone lines into the trust, including the Single Point of Access (SPA) Helpline, will be unavailable from 8am to 1pm while our telephone systems undergo essential maintenance. Temporary mobile numbers will be available.
Occupational therapists Michelle Nielsen and Ilaria Browne attended the Football Therapy for Mental Wellbeing presentation at the Houses of Parliament on Tuesday 7 March to represent the Hounslow Hawks football team and raise awareness about the importance of sport therapy for mental wellbeing.
Next week marks the 10th annual National Apprenticeship week. WLMHT is currently offering apprenticeships in health and social care, business administration, management and foundation degree apprenticeships.
WLMHT’s Ignazio Puzzo and Alan Cohen are joint authors with Imperial College’s David Gable on an important paper recently published in the Journal of Forensic Psychiatry and Psychology.
Statement from Carolyn Regan, Chief Executive, about the publication of the Care Quality Commission’s inspection report on 9 February 2017.
We are looking for volunteers who are currently being seen by a clinical service in West London Mental Health NHS Trust about a diagnosed or potential personality disorder to take part in the Social Brain Study.
West London Mental Health NHS Trust’s Chief Executive, Carolyn Regan reflects on the meaning of Time to Talk day.
The trust’s Clinical Trials Facility at Lakeside Mental Health Unit is the first site in the UK to include a patient on a study investigating a new medication aiming to treat Dementia with Lewy Body (DLB).
Emergency staff are benefiting from a collaborative approach on how best to care for patients out of hospital.
Christmas can be a stressful and challenging time for some and it is particularly important to look after yourself and look out for others. Our 24/7 helpline is open all year for support in a crisis or advice about staying well.