M.I.T is an organisational member of the Lewisham Independent Advisory Group (LIAG), working in partnership with South London and Maudsley (SLaM) NHS Foundation Trust. SLaM is the main Primary Care mental health provider serving Southeast London.
Independent Advisory Groups (IAG's) were set up in response to mental health disparities to support SLaM make changes to it's services with the intention to improve experience, access and outcomes for service users from the BAME community. IAG's are a SLaM Trust wide initiative working in partnerships with London boroughs Croydon, Southwark, Lambeth and Lewisham.
The Lewisham IAG is a voluntary committee, made up of community leaders passionate about mental health issues in Lewisham and the wider African and Caribbean community. Their partnership with SLaM aims to achieve anti-racism and equity within mental health services, and build trust within the Black community.
To find out more and get involved with the Lewisham IAG in partnership with SLaM and the PCREF initiative please compete the registration form below.
SLaM is one of the first NHS Trusts in the country to be a part of a UK wide NHS initiative to address institutional racism in the NHS. The Patient Carers Race Equality Framework (PCREF) journey started in 2020 with the community, NHS Mental Health Trusts and service users, tasked with making the NHS anti-racist.
Click the button below to find out more about PCREF.
To help meet the needs of the wider community and those less financially able to afford private therapy, your support and contributions are greatly appreciated. We are also fundraising for our new therapy centre and welcome your support.
Please visit our Go Fund Me fundraiser page. CLICK HERE for details.
Your generous donation is much appreciated.
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African-Centred Intercultural Therapy (ACIT)
An eclectic approach integrating African-centred thought and Intercultural psychotherapy, which addresses
culture, ethnicity, identity and spirituality (CIES),
when working therapeutically to support individual
mental health needs.
The psychological impact of issues that affect racialised and minoritized groups are also observed through a
trauma informed lens.
These elements are integral to working with persons from minority ethnic groups.