This course aims to cover each part of how maintaining our physical wellbeing, eating well and finding ways to stay motivated can contribute to better mental health. Click on this page to find out more!
This course aims to increase student’s understanding of Personality Disorders. Please click on the course for further information on what is covered in both parts.
This course explores the different perspectives about what recovery means. We look at recovery from a personal perspective, and think about the things that might help or hinder recovery.
This course helps individuals to think about whether sharing information about their health with an employer is the right thing for them. It explores: when to share information, how to share information, how much information to share and who to share the information with.
This course is for anyone who has experienced change, and would like to share and explore their experiences, reasons for changing being sometimes difficult to manage, and ways to cope better with change in the future.
This two-part course explores ways to look after your mental health and well-being without spending a fortune. It’s suitable for anyone wanting to build strategies and share ideas around shopping, eating and getting the most out of everyday life, whilst sticking to a budget.
This course explores students’ concerns around employment gaps, chiefly though not exclusively related to mental illness, and the associated feelings and anxieties. Please click on the link to find out further information on this course.
This course is an introduction to how we as individuals think about thinking, and will help students to explore and understand more about this subject. We will identify some common and potentially unhelpful thinking patterns and traps to help us better understand and potentially adapt our thinking.
This course gives students an overview and a felt experience of the core principles of mindfulness – the practice of bringing awareness to our present moment experience with kindness rather than judgement. We explore the proven benefits of mindfulness, as well as advice about when it may not be so useful.