West London Mental Health Trust will be inspected by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) in the week starting 8 June 2015 as part of a routine inspection programme
A team of mental health staff at the trust has been shortlisted for a Health Service Journal (HSJ), Value Award.
At its simplest, mindfulness is about being present in the here and now, acknowledging and opening to our unfolding experience in a non-judgmental way, with an attitude of self-kindness and acceptance.
Hounslow Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT) is a service that provides free talking therapy and employment support for people over the age of 18 who are registered with a GP in the Borough of Hounslow.
A new model of support that aims to help break the cycle of offending by making sure people with mental health problems and vulnerabilities such as addictions or learning disabilities get the support or treatment they need, has been extended to nine more London boroughs.
It’s Mental Health Awareness week from 11 to 17 May, and this year’s theme is mindfulness.
Hounslow Cognitive Impairment and Dementia team is fighting to raise awareness and understanding of dementia to mark dementia awareness week starting on 18 May.
We’re recruiting for an expert by experience to jointly chair the service user and carer sub-committee with the director of nursing, Beverley Murphy.
We’re inviting local residents to our spring information days for updates on the project and to tell you all about the works scheduled to take place this summer.
The voicemail facility at the Gender Identity Clinic is not working, so no messages can currently be left. We are doing our best to answer as many calls as possible whilst the system is being fixed. We are very sorry for any inconvenience.