Leicestershire Recovery College

About this Recovery College:

Leicestershire Recovery College

COVID-19 UPDATE:

In line with current guidelines regarding Covid-19 the Recovery College remains physically closed to students and visitors.

We have been delivering courses online via Skype and Microsoft Teams, with a total of 25 courses delivered over the Summer Term which ends in August. We are pleased to launch our Autumn Term 2021 programme, containing a range of online courses designed to support your health and wellbeing from the comfort of your own home.

The College will be closed from Monday 18th October to Friday 22nd October for half term break and there may be a slight delay in responding to any enquiries during this time. The Autumn Term starts on 6 September 2021.

We are continuing to enrol over the phone and also provide useful links & resources to support mental health via Twitter, Facebook and our webpage.

Please call us on 0116 295 1196 if you wish to speak to a member of the recovery college team to request a copy of the current prospectus and/or to enrol.

Leicestershire Recovery College is an NHS college offering a range of recovery-focused educational courses and resources for people aged 18 and over who have lived mental health experience, along with their friends, family and Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust staff.

The Recovery College is sited on the Glenfield Hospital site and offers satellite courses at venues across Leicestershire and Rutland – see our satellite bases map. The college offers a range of courses designed to contribute to wellbeing and recovery, supporting people to recognise their own resourcefulness and skills in order to become experts in their own self care and achieve the things they want to in life. The courses cover a range of topics:
  • Getting involved
  • Understanding/experience of mental health conditions
  • Building your life
  • Developing skills and knowledge
  • Physical health and wellbeing

Check out our online course!

If you suffer from stress or anxiety then our new ‘Introduction to Mindfulness’ short online course could help you to slow down, savour the present moment and be more at peace with your world. Mindfulness, and meditation, has been shown to reduce stress by helping you to be more attentive to the present moment and be less judgmental, especially towards yourself. Mindfulness can even reduce physical symptoms of stress such as hypertension and susceptibility to illnesses such as colds and other ailments.

Telephone:

01162951196
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