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Thu 23rd September 2021 to Thu 28th October 2021
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The Beaney — How to get here
The Recovery & Wellbeing College is running a series of free courses at The Beaney for anyone who feels they may benefit from attending, including those with a mental health condition, their friends, family or carers.
The Recovery & Wellbeing College provides health related educational courses, free of charge, in supportive and accessible learning environments. Through education, people can make sense of their own experiences and learn how to take care of themselves and others. By recognising our own resourcefulness, talents and skills we become experts in our own health, make informed choices and achieve the things we want in life.
They bring people together to realise and inspire individual and collective potential, recognising and sharing experiences, strengths, hope and successes. People can take back control and become experts in their own wellbeing and recovery and live the life that they wish to live.
The Recovery & Wellbeing College is provided for anyone (18+ post compulsory education) who may gain benefit from attending. This may include people who use services, their family and friends, carers and staff of associated services.
Upcoming dates are as follows:
- 23 September
- 14 October
- 21 October
- 28 October
You can find more information and sign up here or call Canterbury Locality Coordinator Kylie Cederblad on 07833442136 (please note during busy periods, if you leave a message you may need to wait up to 48 hours for a return phone call).