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Peter Molyneux has been appointed as Chair of Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust with effect from 1 April 2018

Peter Molyneux has been appointed as Chair of Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust with effect from 1 April 2018.

Innovative digital therapy helping patients with paranoia in Sussex

A trial for SlowMo, the first digital therapy for paranoia, has been launched in Sussex following trials in London and Oxford. 

Putting their best foot forward to support mums with mental health issues

Dementia Friendly Signposting at Swandean

Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust has recently completed a project working in partnership with the Worthing Town Cryers to improve signposting for people with Dementia visiting Swandean in Worthing. 

Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt praises mental health staff on recent visit to Sussex Partnership

Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt has praised Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust for its ‘Good’ CQC rating and thanked frontline staff for their hard work during these times of extreme pressure during a private visit to Mill View Hospital in Hove.

Children's Mental Health Week - how mental health services helped me

It’s Children’s Mental Health Week and we are sharing the different perspectives of those who are involved when a young person receives support from Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS).

We hear from Georgia, who was 15 years old when she was first referred to Hampshire CAMHS with a combination of depression, dissociation and social anxiety.

Children's Mental Health Week - why mental health services are so important for children and young people

To mark Children’s Mental Health Week, we’ve spoken to one of our leading child and adolescent mental health clinicians, Dr Alison Wallis, about why an awareness of good mental health is so important for young people.

Children's Mental Health Week - a young person speaks about how mental health services helped them

It’s Children’s Mental Health Week and we are sharing the different perspectives of those who are involved when a young person receives support from Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS).

A young person tells her story of being referred to CAMHS at the age of 13, for severe anxiety and symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder.

Children's Mental Health Week - a parent's perspective of supporting a child with a mental health condition

During Children’s Mental Health Week we are looking at the different people in a young person’s life that contribute to supporting them, their emotional health and wellbeing.

For a parent of a child with a mental health condition, it can be a very upsetting and difficult time. We spoke to Debbie, a parent of a young person who experienced mental health difficulties when she was 13 years old.

Children's Mental Health Week

To mark Children's Mental Health Week, we are going online to help spread awareness of the importance of good mental health and wellbeing, and sharing stories from young people who have experienced mental health difficulties, and parents who have supported a child through their mental health treatment.