Event

Lymphoedema Engagement Event

19th July 2018

An opportunity for lymphoedema practitioners in London to contribute to the development of a new Community of Practice. The Transforming Cancer Services Team, London (TCST)*, London Cancer, RM Partners, SEL Accountable Care Network and Macmillan Cancer Support are pleased to host an important engagement event at Skipton House. The aim of this event is to […]

Discover Storytelling for parents and children in Kingston

11th July 2018

Our colleagues at Thrive LDN have partnered with Discover to deliver storytelling sessions for parents and young children. If you’re in the area, then come along! Thrive LDN has worked with Discover Storytelling Centre to develop a concept that incorporates storytelling, keeps kids entertained and demonstrates ways for parents/carers to address mental health and wellbeing […]

Discover Storytelling for parents and children in Deptford

11th July 2018

Our colleagues at Thrive LDN have partnered with Discover to deliver storytelling sessions for parents and young children. If you’re in the area, then come along! Thrive LDN has worked with Discover Storytelling Centre to develop a concept that incorporates storytelling, keeps kids entertained and demonstrates ways for parents/carers to address mental health and wellbeing […]

Thrive LDN: Croydon Community Workshop

5th July 2018

Thrive LDN is a citywide movement for mental health, supported by the Mayor of London and led by the London Health Board. Croydon, Thrive LDN and the Mental Health Foundation invite you to a community conversation aimed at encouraging people to work together to improve health and happiness in the borough. At this FREE event, you will hear about the […]

Fast Track Cities Initiative

26th June 2018

An event in partnership with the King’s Fund to help shape the way that London takes forward its work as a member of the global Fast-Track Cities Initiative. In January 2018, London formally joined the Fast-Track Cities Initiative (FTCI) with the aim of strengthening the response to HIV infection across the capital. The Mayor of London, […]

Discover Storytelling for parents and children in Islington

22nd May 2018

Our colleagues at Thrive LDN have partnered with Discover to deliver storytelling sessions for parents and young children. If you’re in the area, then come along! Thrive LDN has worked with Discover Storytelling Centre to develop a concept that incorporates storytelling, keeps kids entertained and demonstrates ways for parents/carers to address mental health and wellbeing […]

Discover Storytelling for parents and children in Stanmore

22nd May 2018

Our colleagues at Thrive LDN have partnered with Discover to deliver storytelling sessions for parents and young children. If you’re in the area, then come along! The session is based on the book Perfectly Norman by Tom Percival, in which a boy named Norman suddenly grows wings, but wonders what others will think of him. Perfectly Norman is […]

Mindfulness session at Skipton House

17th May 2018

Our Mental Health team are running two free mindfulness sessions for staff on Friday 18th August at Skipton House as part of #MentalHealthAwarenessWeek. These sessions will teach practical techniques on… Formal and informal mindfulness meditation Rumination and overcoming worry Understanding thoughts and body sensations that accompany stress To book a place please contact carly.monaghan@nhs.net

Mindfulness session at Skipton House

17th May 2018

Our Mental Health team are running two free mindfulness sessions for staff on Friday 18th August at Skipton House as part of #MentalHealthAwarenessWeek. These sessions will teach practical techniques on… Formal and informal mindfulness meditation Rumination and overcoming worry Understanding thoughts and body sensations that accompany stress To book a place please contact carly.monaghan@nhs.net  

Children & Young People’s (CYP) Mental Health: Flowing data to the Mental Health Services Data Set support workshop

3rd May 2018

The Five Year Forward View for Mental Health and Future in Mind set out an ambition that by 2020/21, 70,000 additional children and young people (CYP) will access community mental health services each year. This will increase the percentage of those accessing services from 25% to 35%. An indicative trajectory to achieve this (measured by provider submissions […]