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COVID-19 UPDATE

INFORMATION SERVICE: is open as usual. Call us on the usual number 020 3982 9221. Please note we are receiving a high volume of calls so if you can’t get through leave us a message, bear with us and we will get back to you.

PEER SUPPORT GROUPS AND DROP-INS: our groups are up and running as remote online groups. Please note we are not yet able to accept new referrals but hope to open soon. Current members of the group can telephone into the meetings without the need for wifi or a smart phone. Please contact the group facilitator for your group for more information (See here for contact details for each group).

PSYCHOTHERAPY SERVICE: is running with limited capacity via video conferencing or by telephone. We are accepting new referrals and are happy to offer new placements to therapists. If you are interested please contact us on 020 3982 9221.

Looking for information on local mental health services?

Our Information Service aims to help people make informed choices about a range of mental health-related services.

Call us on 020 3982 9221

We provide a confidential telephone information service from 10am – 5pm, Monday – Thursday
or you can email us at information.service@lambethandsouthwarkmind.org.uk

Lambeth and Southwark Oasis 

Lambeth and Southwark Oasis currently has available spaces for our FREE online counselling sessions.

Are you from the Black African/African-Caribbean community?

Could you benefit from speaking with one of our qualified black counsellors?

Click here for further information and contact details to book a space.

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“At Lambeth and Southwark Mind, our mission is to provide long-term, free psychotherapy services to our local communities, particularly helping those on low income; we won’t give up until everyone in our community who is experiencing a mental health problem gets the support and respect they deserve.”