Let's talk about: Mental health, stress and 'the new normal' (2 sessions)

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We've all got mental health and we can all experience difficulties with it. Stress, anxiety, depression and other mental health conditions.

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In recent months it's likely we've all experienced some form of stress, worry or anxiety and there will be periods of time for us all where our mental health isn't good. it can be difficult, but talking about mental health and understanding it more helps people to reach out and reduces it's stigma.

In this sessions 'live' online workshops we will:

  • Introduce the mental health continuum and 'everyone had mental health'
  • Explore the signs of stress, anxiety and depression, how they affect us and what can help.
  • Discuss ways to support our own other peoples mental wellbeing

Leeds Recovery College opened in 2019 and delivers a range of education and training courses that have been specifically designed to increase awareness and understanding of mental health, wellbeing and personal recovery.

Courses are co-designed and run by people with lived experience of mental health problems and health professionals, trainers and education providers.

Find out more about Leeds Recovery College here.

Our courses are open to all adults who live, work or study in Leeds and you don’t need to be referred to the college to book on a course. Simply enrol on the course or workshop that is of interest to you.

Once you’ve made you're Eventbrite booking, we will get in touch and ask you to complete a course enrolment form to confirm your course place.

You will receive course confirmation and joining instructions before the course starts and this will include information about the course, it's Zoom meeting code and the Recovery College Student Charter which we will ask you to agree to when joining the course.

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