Recovery College – Health & Wellbeing Courses
The Recovery College is an initiative of the NHS Surrey & Borders NHS Foundation Trust and partners. It helps people improve their health and wellbeing through courses on a range of mental and physical health conditions. All courses are run by staff from the partnership organisations and are developed and delivered alongside the recovery coaches who all have lived experience of mental or physical illness, or are supporting someone with a mental or physical illness.
A range of courses is provided. The following courses are included in the Spring 2022 programme.
- Adapting to a new normal
- Discovering self-compassion
- Confidence and self esteem
- Healthy boundaries, healthy relationships
- Healthy sleep habits
- Introduction to crisis planning
- Suicide Prevention Training
- Managing Mental Health at work
- Moving on from self-harm
- Understanding Addictions
- Understanding Adult ADHD
- Understanding Depression and Anxiety
- Understanding Mental Health Medication
- Understanding OCD
- Understanding Personality disorder
Who are the courses for?
The courses are open to anyone who lives in Surrey or North East Hampshire who:
- is aged 18+
- wants to improve their health and wellbeing
- has a physical and / or mental health condition(s)
- is a family member or carer of someone who has a physical and / or mental health condition(s)
- works in a voluntary or statutory organisation and wants to learn more about recovery.
All new students are required to register and to undertake an Introduction to the Recovery College (2.5 hour course), before taking a course.
When & Where?
See the link below for details of the programme.
Training takes place at a range of venues across Surrey. Many of the courses are currently being delivered online.
All the courses are free of charge, unless otherwise stated
Telephone: 01276 454 150 SMS text: 07920 207 046