Recovery College
Courses

With restrictions easing, we are running some groups in person, however we continue to deliver some of our Recovery College programme over Zoom. 

Before (and after) completing one of our courses below, please complete the following two feedback forms: Wellbeing Questionnaire and Course Feedback & Evaluation.

Please read our Code of Conduct for Zoom courses by clicking here.

For the safety of everyone in our groups, we require anyone who is attending a face-to-face group to take a lateral flow test before they attend. We may ask for evidence of a negative test.


Other courses available at Mindspace

Please let us know if you would like us to run these courses again!

The critical Inner Voice

The critical inner voice is a well-integrated pattern of destructive thoughts toward ourselves and others. This course looks at the causes, the impact they have on us and discuss some skills that can help us to live with them.

Discovering Mindfulness

Mindfulness teaches us to direct our attention to the present moment, with compassion and kindness towards ourselves and our experience. The goal is to achieve a state of alert, focused relaxation by deliberately paying attention to thoughts and sensations without judgment.

Gratitude and Kindness

If we can change our inner world through gratitude, empathy and compassion we can make our outer world more peaceful. This course helps you appreciate all the good things in our lives.

Finding Happiness

This course looks at some of the misconceptions around finding happiness, and helps you plan to achieve your own happiness.

W.A.R.M.

Wellness Action Resilience Management will help you to learn new steps to wellness, to regain and retain control through increasing self-awareness and taking back personal responsibility for your life.
 

Understanding sessions

Our understanding sessions cover the causes and treatments of a variety of mental health conditions, and the experiences of people who live with them – anxiety, depression, bipolar, OCD, stress, pain and psychosis.