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In Conversation: building psychological resilience across health, social care and our

Join our weekly Wednesday live broadcasts at 12.30pm. 

Upcoming session:

Wednesday 28 October 12:30
Working with people at risk of honour violence
Host: Kevin Vento, Consultant Clinical Psychologist,
South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust
Guest speakers: 
Anup Manota, Operations Manager - Karma Nirvana; Natasha Rattu, CEO - Karma Nirvana; Roxanna
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We have all felt the impact of Covid-19. It has had a damaging effect on us physically and mentally, on our sense of ourselves, our ability to cope, on our relationships, our communities, on the economy and global partnership. However, some groups of people have felt the impact much more than others and may now find themselves particularly at risk.

People and the communities around them are extremely resilient. The majority of mental health support is provided by the communities we live in. In this series, we explore some ways in which psychological practitioners have worked with local community groups or individuals at risk, to harness strengths and co-produce solutions to some of their emotional and practical challenges.

Register for the series to receive event updates and invitations. The events are hosted on Microsoft Teams on Wednesdays at 12.30pm to 1pm and are open to all.

Watch the past sessions:

Enabling Resilient Parents

Young Black Men's Health

Working effectively with social care

Mummies Republic Destigmatising Mental Health for Mums on the margins

IAPT needs to change to support BAME people

Project Future - co-produced youth-led solutions exclusion, marginalision and serious youth violence 

Working with Hoarding across Agencies: the fire station hoarding group

Patient and Carer Race Equality Framework (PCREF)

Early Interventions to Prevent Psychosis

Using community psychology as a framework to influence systems for excluded young people

Chronic Pain and Gardening for Health

Psychological Resilience and Homelessness

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