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Hounslow CAMHS tips on National Autistic Society website.

19 Jun 2015

The work of teachers from our Hounslow child and adolescent mental health service (CAMHS) has been featured on the National Autistic Society’s (NAS) website, for use by school teachers and parents of children with autism.

WLMHT trainee selected for Darzi fellowship

18 Jun 2015

WLMHT trainee psychiatrist Blake Pritchard has been selected for a Darzi fellowship in clinical leadership.

Trust 24/7 support line featured on ITV news

15 Jun 2015

West London Mental Health NHS Trust’s 24/7 patient and carer support line was featured on the ITV news on Friday (12 June) as part of a feature about mental health crisis care.

Successful trial of remote monitoring at Broadmoor Hospital

11 Jun 2015

Oxehealth completes successful trial at Broadmoor to improve patient clinical care in secure rooms

Ann Underwood is May’s employee of the month

08 Jun 2015

Ann Underwood, head of business and finance for West London Forensic Services and high secure services was awarded May’s Employee of the Month.

CQC inspection starts 8 June

29 May 2015

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

Team of staff shortlisted for HSJ award

29 May 2015

A team of mental health staff at the trust has been shortlisted for a Health Service Journal (HSJ), Value Award.

What’s all the fuss about mindfulness?

14 May 2015

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.

Your mental health matters – Hounslow IAPT

13 May 2015

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.

Mental health support in police stations and courts expanded

12 May 2015

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.