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Birmingham and Solihull Mental health NHS Foundation Trust
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More mental health awareness seminars

We offer free seminars, as an exclusive new benefit to Members of our Trust.  Becoming a Member of our Trust is easy, takes a few minutes to join, and is also free of charge.  For more information on becoming a Member and details of other benefits visit our Member pages or call our Membership Office on 0121 301 1229.

The seminars cover a wide range of topics and issues surrounding mental health and the work of our Trust, helping our Members improve their knowledge and understanding of mental health.

The seminars take place throughout the year at a number of locations accross Birmingham and Solihull.

The latest seminars will take place at:

Phoenix Hall
1 Towpath Close
Bordesley Green
B9 4QA


Thursday 24th February, 10am – noon.                
Impact of Drugs on Health and Well-Being with Nick Maiden


Friday 11th March, 1am – 3am                                  
Domestic Violence with Lynne Johnson

Tuesday 15th March, 10am – noon                    
Eating Disorders with Pam Virdi

Thursday 17th March, 10am – noon              
Impact of Drugs on Health and Well-Being with Nick Maiden


Monday 11th April, 10am – noon
Eating Disorders with Pam Verdi

Mental health member seminars


Places are limited and must be reseved in advance by contacted the community engagement team on 0121 301 1060 or e-mailing jacqueline.tame@bsmhft.nhs.uk. Alternatively, members can book their places via the Member's Area web pages, using their exclusive on-line booking system.

Feedback from our members who have attended previous seminars

"Very good speaker with good info and ideas on dealing with a difficult issue".


Trust Member - attending our 'Understanding Self Harm' seminar

 "Thankyou!  It's wonderful to see awareness being raised and all aspects of mental health being considered"


Trust Member - attending our 'Exploring Spirituality in Mental Health' seminar