Courses in Cheltenham

This course is a must for anyone who is interested in what the NDIS will provide for people with mental health related disability and how to prepare for your NDIS planning session. We will also cover what you can do if you don’t qualify for the scheme.

As the course progresses we will explore what your life is like now and how you would like it to change in the future. You’ll understand how with an NDIS plan you will be able to pursue your passions and dreams and develop your creativity to live a life of meaning and purpose. This course will also help health professionals, friends, family, and carers to understand what the NDIS is and how it can support positive change for someone living with mental health related disability.

Where

Mind Recovery CollegeTM Cheltenham Campus

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The lived experience of Consumers and carers can play an active role in influencing how Mental Health Providers deliver services. There are increasing opportunities for consumers and carers to participate in service improvement: advisory groups, forums, surveys and research opportunities. 

In this course you will learn about how you can use your lived experience to contribute to improving service delivery through consumer and carer participation. This course will give you the tools, techniques and resources to contribute to service improvement as well as valuable life skills. 

Where

Mind Recovery College™ Cheltenham Campus

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This course is a must for anyone who is interested in what the NDIS will provide for people with mental health related disability and how to prepare for your NDIS planning session. We will also cover what you can do if you don’t qualify for the scheme.

As the course progresses we will explore what your life is like now and how you would like it to change in the future. You’ll understand how with an NDIS plan you will be able to pursue your passions and dreams and develop your creativity to live a life of meaning and purpose. This course will also help health professionals, friends, family, and carers to understand what the NDIS is and how it can support positive change for someone living with mental health related disability.

Where

Mind Recovery CollegeTM Cheltenham Campus

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So you think you want to be a peer support worker but don’t really know what it’s all about or how to get into it? Come along and speak to peer support workers about their experiences.  For those wanting to pursue this career path, this course aims to provide a better understanding of peer work.

Where

Mind Recovery College™ Cheltenham Campus

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Experiencing depression goes beyond feelings of sadness or unhappiness and can deeply disrupt how we think, feel and live. How people describe and manage depression is unique but there are often common themes in the experience.  This workshop is a space to increase your knowledge about depressive experience and to share personal wisdom in discussion.

Where

Mind Recovery CollegeTM Cheltenham Campus

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More and more people are talking about recovery and mental health issues, but what does this actually mean?  In this course, we explore a few different ways of thinking about recovery. We’ll also look at some ideas for living well while experiencing the things our society calls mental ill-health

Where

Mind Recovery CollegeTM Cheltenham Campus

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Who am I? How do I awaken what is real and genuine inside myself? How do I take steps towards being and doing what I really want in life?  We define spirituality as that which gives meaning and purpose in life and leads to the development of clearer personal values.  Come and explore these whilst discovering more about yourself.

Where

Mind Recovery College™ Cheltenham Campus

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Experiencing extreme changes in mood and thinking can impact all areas of our lives, our relationships, career goals and aspirations.  How people describe and manage these mood changes is unique but there are often common experiences that people share.  This course can help to increase your knowledge about bipolar experience and share personal wisdom in discussion.  There is great value in how we learn to manage it and how we find ways through the ups and downs.

Where

Mind Recovery CollegeTM Cheltenham Campus

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