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About us


About us


About us


About us


In this section of the website you can find out about a range of online events taking place around the Trust and in our local communities. If you have an event you would like us to advertise please email Carol at

Upcoming events

Regular events from our Recovery College

  • Weekly mindfulness
  • Ayurveda sessions
  • Karma yoga with Awa for health and wellbeing
  • Moving towards self-compassion
  • Managing anxiety during difficult times: food, movement and supportive resources

Find out more and sign up through the Recovery College

Carers' Forums

If you are a carer caring for someone with mental ill health, Matthew Mckenzie runs regular carer forums and support groups in South London via Zoom. To book, depending on your borough, please click any one of the links within the blog below.

Caring Mind Blog

"Race, identity and me"

Time: Eight weekly sessions from Thursday 21 January 2021, 10am to 12pm

If you are registered with a GP in Southwark, are from a BAME background, and are experiencing signs of stress, anxiety or depression, you might this online group from Southwark Talking Therapies helpful. Please see this flyer for more information. 

If you have any questions, please contact

SLaM Virtual Career Day

Thursday 11 February, 11am to 1.30pm

In a time of uncertainty with Brexit and Covid-19, one thing we can be sure of is that the NHS is going to continue to be a major player in the UK’s economic recovery. So we’re reaching out to the local community, especially those affected by recent job losses, never worked for the NHS, re-pivoting their careers, looking for their first job opportunity or coming back to work after a long break, to show SLaM is a great place to work and advertise current vacancies. We want people to understand its about their positive approach and potential to make a difference that will be as important as skills and experience.

Register here.  

Patient Carer and Race Equality Framework (PCREF) Events

In partnership with our host organisations we warmly invite members of the Black community to join our ‘Fit for Partnership’ events to help us reimagine health care for the Black community.

Find out more and sign up here.