Author Archive | Mellini Gordon

Behavioural activation and beyond for treating depression by Prof David Veale

This Maudsley Learning Masterclass builds on the basic and ends on the latest research in non-medical treatments of depression. Behavioural Activation is an intervention of choice for depression and is widely used in psychology services. For more information and tickets click on the link below. https://www.maudsleylearning.com/course/behavioural-activation-and-beyond-for-treating-depression#course-details  

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‘May Contain Nuts’ Theatre wins Health Business Award

We were honoured to present the award for ‘Innovation in Mental Health’, at the Health Business Awards, on the 6th of December,  to Hertfordshire Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust , for their drama therapy project ‘May Contain Nuts’. Truly lovely people and well deserved winners. See the full list of winners and image gallery at http://www.hbawards.co.uk/   […]

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Sponsor of the Health Business Awards

We are delighted to be sponsoring the award for Innovation in Mental Health at the Health Business Awards, on Thursday the 6th of December at the Grange Hotel, London. The awards will recognise Hospital Trusts and NHS organisations from across the country for their excellence and innovative improvement projects in 22 categories. For the full […]

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Maudsley Learning Relaunch Event

We are delighted to announce that Maudsley Learning is soon to be relaunched, and that we want you to come to our launch event! Our mission is for Maudsley Learning to design, develop and deliver the highest quality of education and training programmes. On afternoon of Tuesday 4th December 2018, with lunch provided, we want to share […]

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Author Iain Sinclair at ORTUS. Living With Buildings: On Health and Architecture

Author Iain Sinclair will be speaking about his new book Living With Buildings: On Health and Architecture and how it engages with the context of residential recovery sites such as Bethlem and the Maudsley Hospitals. The conversation of how buildings affect our sleep, work, social life and even how we breathe is poignant when considering residential recovery […]

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