When 07/08/2019
10:30 am - 1:30 pm
Where Bideford Arts Centre
Tutors Caro Angwin Thompson and James Wooldridge

This course is for people with lived experience of mental health issues, mental health practitioners, friends, family and other supporters.


Recovery is possible for everyone. Recovery is not about being symptom-free, but about having the ability to rebuild a meaningful and satisfying life. This introductory session offers an overview of the key themes of recovery and explores what recovery and wellbeing mean for individuals, for mental health services, and for the wider community. The session includes a presentation on what recovery means from the personal perspective of a person with lived experience of mental health issues. Students will be offered suggestions and signposting for practical support; activities and group discussion will provide opportunities to explore how we can put recovery into action into our own lives and in the lives of those we might support.


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