On Thursday 30th March the Hindu Society and Sree Ghanapathy Temple met for their reunion with the Expert Patient’s Programme with Wandsworth Self Management Service. This was a fun day with yoga, a shared meal, information on Women of Wandsworth (www.wowmums.org.uk) and from AirText (www.airtext.info/signup) This was followed by a re-cap on the healthy eating
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Faith, Community and Mental Health Ahead of tonight’s lecture from Dr. Rasjid Skinner, Malik Gul reflects on the first lecture of the series… “I was very pleased to welcome Emeritus Professor Suman Fernando to give the first lecture in our new series of talks on Faith, Community and Mental Health a month ago. What we
Public Health England Annual Conference University of Warwick 2016 Malik Gul presenting on how to utilise social networks and build community capacity to improve health and well being and reduce the health gap
Help through Hardship and Crisis 3rd Network Meeting 6th December 2016 Balham Library Working with Citizens Advice Wandsworth and funded by the Big Lottery Fund
Emeritus Professor Suman Fernando has opened our lecture series sponsored by the Near Neighbours Programme from the Church Urban Fund. He spoke on Transcultural Psychiatry and Psychology and you can find the lecture slides by clicking on the image below. Watch this space for the video of his lecture coming soon: This series of evening
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A couple of weeks ago I received an interesting request. Could I show two of WCEN’s collaborators, around Roehampton to see the sights and to get a ‘feel’ for the place? So last Tuesday, Beth Rattigan from Citizen’s Advice, and Gareth Jones the new co-ordinator of Talk Wandsworth met up with Ruth and I and
A series of evening lectures sponsored by the Near Neighbours Programme from the Church Urban Fund looking at Faith, Community and Mental Health. The evenings will consist of a lecture from one of our esteemed guest speakers shown below followed by a shared meal. All events will be held at Mushkill Aasaan from 6.30pm for
Yes, it’s cold right! It seems it is never warm enough these days… Well, as my colleague reminded me by saying “well, we are in the heart of winter,” it still won’t stop me complaining of cold even when I am indoors and the heating has been on all day! Yet, wherever I go, I see
We will be holding our next meeting of the Churches Network for Care and Prevention on Thursday 9th February 10am to 1pm at Balham Baptist Church 21 Ramsden Road, London SW12 8QX. This meeting will be focused around getting to know each other and starting conversations around the areas that affect the church community in Wandsworth.