Recovery College South East – Online Recovery Education Programme
Recovery College South East are offering a series of ‘stand alone’ workshops that deal with specific issues related to maintaining good mental health. The workshops are interrelated yet separate, and allow participants to attend one, more or all of them, depending on your choice and availability. The workshops are aimed around how best to nourish and preserve our own emotional well-being, and nurture positive mental health. There will be learning opportunity in each workshop and some time for participant discussion
Resilience via Zoom, Tuesday 3rd August from 11am-12pm
Resilience gives people the strength to tackle problems head-on, overcome adversity, and move on with their lives. Resilience is something that you can build in yourself. Resilience involves the ability to recover and rebound from challenges and setbacks. Being resilient can be important for helping people deal with a variety of problems and bounce back from life’s setbacks and challenges. There are steps that you can take to become more resilient. This 60-minute workshop will give you some practical tips on how we can become more resilience and cope better with life’s challenges.
Compassionate Mind via Zoom, Tuesday 10th August from 11am-12pm Compassion focused mindfulness practice specifically looks at cultivating and fostering a kinder, more soothing approach to deal with difficult emotions and self-criticism. This 60 minute workshop will show you how to cultivate and grow self compassion in your everyday life, to counteract challenging emotions and thoughts.
Dealing with Worry via Zoom, Tuesday 17th August from 11am-12pm Worry is a normal emotion, everyone worries to some degree. There is no right or wrong amount of worry. However, worry becomes a problem when it gets in the way of you doing what you want to do, affecting your day to day life, takes over and becomes over whelming.
This 60-minute workshop will give you the practical tools to help you manage worries.
10 Keys to Happier Living via Zoom, Tuesday 24th August from 11am-12pm
”Happiness is not something ready-made, it comes from your own actions” (Dalai Lama) We all want to lead a happy life; our actions and our choices can affect our happiness. This 60-minute workshop will look at practical tips in which you can take control of your own wellbeing and happiness, by incorporating the ten keys to happier living into everyday life.
Changing Habits via Zoom, Tuesday 31st August from 11am-12pm
Have you ever stopped to think about your habits or how they impact your daily life? While some habits can be detrimental, such as wasting an hour on Twitter when you should be studying, others can be great to have around. Learning to brush your teeth when you were young helps you have good dental health when you are older. However, everyone has some habits they would like to change and by breaking down the cycle of a habit, you can identify what triggers the routine and begin to address what really needs to change. This 60-minute workshop will help you better understand habit formation and provide you with some practical tips on how to create and maintain beneficial habits.
To join any of these courses please text 086 1746330 or email firstname.lastname@example.org your name, email address and the name, date and time of the workshops.