News archive September 2021

Reducing pressure on the London Ambulance Service at this time

We know the festive period can be difficult for people. If you are struggling or need support and don't have physical health problems, please think before phoning for an ambulance. You can call our mental health crisis line anytime 24/7 to get help and advice on 0800 151 0023.

  • Suicide prevention, learning and support strategy 2021-2026

    10 September 2021

    Our vision is to become a Trust with a just and learning culture where preventing and learning from suicide is at the heart of our work, and where suicide and suicidal feelings are understood as a human response to distress that deserves attention and a compassionate response. Everyone in BEH has something to contribute to this work and you are all encouraged to get involved in our work to prevent suicide and to learn and support those affected by suicide and suicidal thoughts.

  • Meet Sarah Glickman, Dramatherapist

    15 September 2021

    Did you know that at BEH we employ eight of the 14 allied health professions? Today we would like to introduce you to Sarah Glickman, a Dramatherapist at Chase Farm Hospital, Enfield.

  • Out now – September community mental health update

    21 September 2021

    Read this month’s community update to find out how we’re transforming care and improving quality of life for people experiencing mental health challenges.

  • Trust AGM – Review and resources

    22 September 2021

    Thank you to everyone who joined our virtual AGM on Monday 20 September 2021. We had over 120 attendees joining the event, including service users, carers, members of the public, partners and staff members.

  • Art On The Walls – Successful artists announced

    22 September 2021

    We are excited to announce the successful artists and artist collectives who will be working across our four wards at Blossom Court at St Ann’s Hospital, to facilitate workshops and design a collaborative piece that will be painted on to the walls of the wards.

  • Stories to help children understand challenging topics

    27 September 2021

    Talya Bruck, Dramatherapist and CAMHS Primary Mental Health Worker, has created a series of books to help parents have conversations with their children about difficult topics. They are now available for purchase on Amazon and the money raised will go to purchase more books for the CAMH service at BEH.