Leeds Recovery College launches its first prospectus

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The Recovery College take an educational approach to improving mental health and offer information based workshops and training courses that focus on living mentally and physically well.

This is the first prospectus for the Leeds Recovery College and they’re pleased to join a network of over 85 recovery colleges in the UK and even more worldwide.

The Recovery College courses aren’t therapy, but they can help you to learn about mental health, work out what keeps you well, and find ways to live better.

Training sessions have been co-developed and will be co-delivered with partner organisations from across the city and people with lived experience.

Courses are typically free to attend and open to all adults who live, work or study in the city.

The prospectus, for September – March course time table is available at:  https://www.leedsandyorkpft.nhs.uk/advice-support/leeds-recovery-college/

You can also obtain printed copies of the prospectus to display in your community space by contacting Simon Burton simon.burton1@nhs.net

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2019-09-23T11:20:59+00:00 16th September 2019|0 Comments

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