Tools to Soothe

Mirfield Community Centre, Water Royd Lane, Mirfield, WF14 9SG

Wellbeing tools

When facing challenges or difficulties in life, we don’t always know how to soothe or take care of ourselves effectively. Often, we can turn to unhelpful or destructive coping strategies.

In this two-week course, we will explore various soothing techniques and self-care skills to help us find calm during difficult times and help reduce feelings of distress.  Through group discussion and with the help and support of our friendly facilitators, Laura and Wendy we will share creative and useful self-care and self-soothe ideas in a safe and friendly setting, enabling us to share lived experiences, learn from each other and build our resilience.

If you are new the College please enrol here

If you are already enrolled with the College please express your interest in this course by email us at ckrecovery.wellbeing@swyt.nhs.uk

Cost

Free

At Mirfield Community Centre

Start dates and time

TermDayDateTimesDuration
Term Thursday13 June 202412 - 3pm2 weeks

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How do I enrol?

You are not referred to the Recovery College, you can simply enrol yourself, or on behalf of someone for any of our courses that may be of interest to you. Our courses are open to all adults and we welcome carers, supporters and professionals too.

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