In this section, you can find out how you can get involved in helping to shape the services we provide and read about some of our co-produced work.

Come and join our mental health forum for an honest discussion about local mental health services. The Trust wide forum is open to all service users, patients, staff, carers, friends and families of those who use Trust services.

Please find below the dates for the community forum:


All meetings are held between 10am – 12.30pm


25th January 2022

22nd February 2022 

22nd March 2022 

19th April 2022

17th May 2022

21st June 2022

19th July 2022

23rd August 2022

20th September 2022

18th October 2022

15th November 2022

13th December 2022

Please contact if you'd like further details about the forum.

The carers’ council exists to strengthen the collective voice of carers and ensure it's heard across the organisation, as we work together to ensure people receive the highest quality of care and experience at the Trust. 

As a member of the carers' council you can be an active voice and represent the people that use our services and their experiences. Find out more about the carers' council and how to become a member. 

The work of the service user and carer experience sub committee (SUCE) is central to ensuring Trust services meet the needs of those who use them.

Find out more about SUCE

Our research service is led by Dr Samantha Scholtz, who’s also a consultant psychiatrist specialising in the management of obesity and related disorders.  We conduct research into a wide range of areas to help improve patients’ experience and outcomes.

There are lots of ways you can get involved in research, from helping to shape the way we deliver services to clinical trials for new treatments. Taking part in research ultimately helps to save lives and improve patients’ experiences. 

You can find out more about our current active research opportunities, as well as the research practice at the Trust in the research section of the website

We are the lead provider in the North West London children & adolescent mental health services (CAMHS) provider collaborative, working in partnership with Central & North West London (CNWL) NHS Foundation Trust.

Our provider collaborative focuses on:

  • Strategic commissioning & system working
  • Service user led pathway redesign & coproduction
  • Improving service user outcomes & experience
  • Reducing health inequalities.
  • Clinical leadership and engagement

If you want to hear more about us and what we do or if you want to get involved, please contact us on:

You can find out more about Provider Collaboratives:

NHS England » NHS-Led Provider Collaboratives: specialised mental health, learning disability and autism services

You can watch a video here 

You can also watch this short animation