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Dr Lynne Drummond releases ‘Everything You Need To Know About OCD’

Dr Lynne Drummond hopes to get more people talking about obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) with the release of her new book ‘Everything You Need To Know About OCD’.

Wisteria ward re-opens after major refurbishment 

Wisteria ward, a specialist unit for children and young people with eating disorders, has re-opened at Springfield University Hospital after a major refurbishment.

Tackling the ‘cost of living’ in Merton

Staff from the Trust’s Merton Uplift service and communications department teamed up at a ‘Cost of Living’ event hosted by Merton Council on Saturday 23 July.

Wednesday, 10 August 2022

Support for young people as exam results season approaches

Waiting for your exams could be a stressful time and today we are launching a capital-wide campaign to support children and young people in getting the help they need to support their mental health.

As exam results season approaches, students’ mental health is once again under the spotlight as many struggle to cope with expectations.

With A level and GCSE results due later this month, the London-wide Open Your Mind campaign aims to make children and young people more aware of the mental health support that is available to them across the capital.

Its aim is to support young people in seeking help early, before reaching a crisis point, including during times of heightened pressure such as around results’ days.

Amy Reynolds is our latest Exceptional People Award winner

Amy Reynolds has been named the next recipient of the Trust’s Exceptional People Award.

Trust thanks staff and local community with Summer Street Parties  

Hundreds of staff, patients, service users and members of the local community came together to celebrate at the Trust’s Making Life Better Together Summer Street Parties in July.

Vital mental health campaign launched amid more than 50% increase in mental disorders among children and young people*

Young people and clinicians are backing a new, London-wide mental health campaign aimed at ensuring children and young adults get the help they need before reaching crisis point.

Join our Annual Public Meeting - Thursday 21 July

South West London and St George’s Mental Health NHS Trust is inviting communities to join their Annual Public Meeting, which will be held online on Thursday 21 July from 5.30pm-7.30pm (login from 5pm) – register to join here.

Trust launches new peer support groups

This week (4-9 July) is Co-production Week, which is all about recognising and celebrating the vital role that service users and carers play in developing our services.

The launch of our new peer support groups is one example of co-production in our Trust. With support from Health Education England and Making Life Better Together, the Trust’s cultural change programme, we are piloting seven new support groups which are being facilitated by some of the Trust’s peer support workers.

Celebrating Co-production Week 2022  

National Co-production Week is back for a seventh year and takes place from 4 - 9 July 2022 with the theme “The impact of Coproduction”.

Tell us about your experience of mental health services in South West London

The NHS in south west London is developing a new three-year all-age mental health strategy and we want your views. Find out more at help-us-develop-a-new-mental-health-strategy/

Temporary road closure at Springfield, 5-6 July 2022

On Wednesday 6 July our community will be coming together at Springfield to celebrate at our Summer Street Party.

There will be so much happening on the day including local food vendors with cuisines from around the world, stalls hosted by teams across the Trust sharing more about their work a range of activities including exercise therapy to get involved in.

Trust launches essential checklist for high quality care   

The delivery of high quality patient-centred care is at the heart of everything we do. We aspire to provide exceptional care which is personalised and always takes into account the individual needs and preferences of our service users.

South London Listens: Be Well Hubs initiative aims to support community mental health

Be Well Hubs are launching around south London this week to help tackle the cause of mental ill-health, promote access to mental health services and support people in the community.

Springfield moves: Join our patient and carer webinars to find out more

This autumn our Trust will be moving into two brand new mental health facilities at Springfield University Hospital in Wandsworth.

Ahead of this we are inviting patients, carers and their families and friends to join our project teams to find out more about the upcoming move process. 

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