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"The feeling was incredible – it felt like a party"

Amarjeet Khera takes us through the highs and lows of his journey through the scorching London Marathon 2018 – from start to finish-line! 04/05/2018 The Virgin London Marathon 2018. It was everything I expected and a whole lot more! I’d been putting my name in the ballot for several years, not really expecting to get […]

Posted on: 4th May 2018

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Matters of Mind 005: Jack Nathan talks to us about self-harm

Jack Nathan, Consultant Psychotherapist at South London and Maudsley NHS Trust, spoke to us about how working to understand and support patients who self-harm has been a lifelong learning curve. 05/04/2018 As the Trust’s advisor for psychotherapy and the architect of its Self Harm Outpatient Service, Jack has worked with countless patients experiencing self-destructive behaviours […]

Posted on: 5th April 2018

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‘Realising I could recover from depression changed my life.’

Article by Jack Dixon 22/11/17 James Withey is the author of The Recovery Letters – an important book that offers support to people experiencing depression through real life stories of successful recovery. James spoke to Lambeth and Southwark Mind about his personal experience and how the extraordinary power of hope kept him alive through dark times. “You […]

Posted on: 7th August 2017

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Lambeth Gardening Group

Our friends over at the Lambeth Gardening Group are seeking Londoners whose lives have been affected by mental health problems, that are interested in becoming part of an intimate, green-fingered team. Helen Lees, who established the group 13 years ago, shares what creations they’ve come up with and whats still yet to come. I’m a local resident  and have lived […]

Posted on: 7th August 2017

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Tea and Talk for WMHD

11/10/2017 Yesterday marked the 15th anniversary of World Mental Health Day, and in support of this years theme – mental health in the workplace – we decided to hold a ‘Tea and Talk’ morning for all the dedicated, hard workers at We are 336. Our neighbouring organisations – ALLFIE, Age UK and Disability Advice Service Lambeth – kindly took some well-deserved time […]

Posted on: 6th August 2017

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L&S Mind x WMHD 2017

06/08/2017 Mental Health in the Workplace Today marks the 15th anniversary of World Mental Health Day. Since 1992, the aim of the day has been to encourage greater education and awareness of mental health issues, and to campaign against the stigma which continues to surround them. This year, the World Federation for Mental Health has decided to […]

Posted on: 6th August 2017

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Welcome to the new L&S Mind website

Today we have launched the new Lambeth and Southwark Mind website. We’ve spent a long time designing and building the new site with the incredible support of Raising IT, and finally it’s complete. We have focused on improving the quality of content, making sure each page is more relevant, informative, engaging and consistent throughout. We worked on […]

Posted on: 17th October 2016

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L&S Mind at the Royal Parks Half 2017

Firstly, a MASSIVE thank you to our runners for all their hard work in training and fundraising. The atmosphere was incredible – we could feel the dedication, support and love. The L&S Mind RP team managed to raise an amazing £19,846.50 and this is still rising! This is enough to fund two of our peer support groups for an entire year!  Recap […]

Posted on: 17th October 2016

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Can psychotherapy treat psychosis?

17/11/2016 Each year Lambeth and Southwark Mind invite field experts to discuss and explore an exciting topic chosen by our director and CEO Ajay Khandelwal. On 25th of February, Block336 hosted our 2nd Annual Lecture to mark the launch of the South London Psychosis Therapy Project. The event was led by Dorothée Bonnigal-Katz, a psychoanalyst and member of both The Site for Contemporary […]

Posted on: 17th October 2016

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'Everyone has a right to mental health – regardless of race'

This article originally appeared in the South London Press on 17/10/16. In 2014 Lambeth’s Black Health and Wellbeing Commission uncovered shocking levels of mental health inequality for black African and Caribbean people living in the borough. As part of the South London Press and London Weekly News Change Is Possible campaign, the commission’s co-chairwoman Jacqui Dyer – a local councillor […]

Posted on: 17th October 2016

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