A new trial scheme between west London mental health professionals and the criminal justice system will help people to get the care and treatment they need when they come into the criminal justice system.
Today is Carers Rights Day, a national event to raise awareness about the incredible contribution made by friends and family who support people when they are unwell.
The next service user and carer trust wide forum will take place on Tuesday 16 December, from 10am to 12.30pm, at West Thames College, Isleworth.
Trust researchers are looking for participants in a clinical trial looking at the use of Lamotrigine in patients who have been diagnosed with borderline personality disorder.
Broadmoor, Episode 2 will be shown on ITV this Wednesday, 12 November, from 9pm.
Broadmoor, Episode 1 will be shown on ITV this Wednesday, 5 November, from 9pm.
This two-part documentary gives an unprecedented insight into life at Broamdoor Hospital and the results it achieves with some of the most disturbed patients in the country.
Clinicians, managers and service users from across west London gathered at an event to discuss how to better support mothers suffering with mental health problems and their families.
CLASP, a suicide prevention charity, is organising a 10 mile ‘walk out of the darkness’ on Saturday 11 October in aid of suicide prevention.
Patients and staff at West London Mental Health NHS Trust will be embracing this year’s World Mental Health Day (10 October) by participating in a range of activities including a baking event, sporting competitions and discussion groups.
Smokers across Ealing are being encouraged to kick the habit for a minimum of just one month as part of the annual Stoptober campaign.