Problem solving in Camberwell Library

24 March 2017

SLaM early intervention specialist Christina Clark blogs about problem solving booths. Local people were asked to ‘turn up and talk’ today in Camberwell Library as part of an initiative that involves setting up ‘problem solving booths’ for people to share advice and help tackle each other’s problems. This simple approach is being tested as a way to provide help, advice and signposting for local people. The project has been developed as part of Thrive London: a citywide movement for mental health, supported by the Mayor of London and the London Health Board that aims to make mental health a priority in London.
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Early intervention for eating disorder saves lives

03 March 2017

This week (27th February – 5th March) is Eating Disorders Awareness Week and it is focusing on the importance of getting people into treatment as quickly as possible Professor Ulrike Schmidt, Professor of Eating Disorders at King’s College London and Consultant Psychiatrist at SLaM, tells us about the FREED service (First episode and Rapid Early intervention for Eating Disorders) and how the vital work of the FREED team is helping to speed up treatment for young people with eating disorders.
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Real-life story - Dr Andrew Howe

17 August 2016

Dr Andrew Howe is training to be a psychiatrist at the Maudsley Hospital, part of the South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust. Kindly shared by Health Education England: www.healthcareers.nhs.uk
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Horticultural Therapy Garden for Maudsley Hospital

07 July 2016

Working with Trees for Cities we created a natural outdoor space that’s safe and accessible for patients.
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July's Kaleidoscope column from the British Journal of Psychiatry

05 July 2016

This month's Kaleidoscope mental health and neuroscience update, written by SLaM and IoPPN staff, is available from the British Journal of Psychiatry at: http://bjp.rcpsych.org/content/209/1/90
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June's Kaleidoscope column from the British Journal of Psychiatry

10 June 2016

This month's Kaleidoscope mental health and neuroscience update, written by SLaM and IoPPN staff, is available from the British Journal of Psychiatry at: http://bjp.rcpsych.org/content/208/6/599 .
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