We recently took part in an event organised by the Camden and Islington NHS Foundation Trust to promote the value of the arts in recovery from mental illness. Our presentation focused on the culturally-relevant…Read more
KC: How did you came across Key Changes?
SLG: I was in the hospital as an inpatient and Key Changes was part of our Christmas party. I did some MC on their mic and they told…Read more
Brent Mind presents The Black Mind ExhibitionRead more
Live performance is a key component of our therapeutic approach. Performing original material produced in our studios at public concerts and events can provide a major boost to our artists’ confidence and self-esteem. It’s…Read more
KC: How would you describe your background?
I’m mixed race, I was born and grew up in London but both my parents are from Jamaica. My father grew up in Hackney and my mum’s mother is…Read more
#livinglyrics is an exciting programme of music activities for young people experiencing mental health problems.
If you’re a singer, songwriter, rapper, musician or producer, aged 25 or under, and affected by an issue such as:…Read more
We’re thrilled to have been awarded funding through the Armed Forces Covenant for our Veterans Music Club for former members of the UK Armed Forces who are attending the London Veterans Service at the…Read more
We’re thrilled to have been commissioned by the South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust to provide an exciting new pop-up studio project for the Forensic Intensive Psychological Treatment Service at Brixton’s Lambeth Hospital.
Our new short film about how we promote positive mental health through music can now be viewed on YouTube…
We think it captures the spirit of what we’re about and hope it helps us to continue reaching new audiences here…Read more