Keeping Connected Newsletter and Weekly Update
Happy New Year and welcome to Keeping Connected and our weekly update. Here you can find out what is on offer not just from the Recovery & Wellbeing College but from other community organisations.
For our latest newsletter Keeping Connected click below:
We are facing a difficult few weeks as the new strain of Covid is spreading and we continue to have our lives restricted. It is Ok to feel how you feel right now be it anxious, worried, frustrated etc. These are normal responses to a difficult situation. Please be kind to yourself and connect with others on our Facebook page:
Recovery College Survey
We’d LOVE to know your opinion on how you would like to engage with the Recovery College in the future and the type of things you would like to see on offer. Please click on the link and complete this quick survey before 17 January 2021.
New weekly section – App of the Week:
Why not express your feelings in a different way. Instead of using words you can instead use music instead.
Cove is a musical journey you create yourself. It is simple and easy to use.
It is free to download for Apple tablets and iphones only. To find out more follow the link below:
Great Minds Support for Men
West Yorkshire & Harrogate Integrated Care System (ICS) has partnered with State of Mind Sport to provide local communities with a mental health/fitness awareness programme for men. Sessions include evidence based theory and interactive peer support that will encourage men to share common themes that can have a negative impact on our emotional responses, mental health and physical wellbeing.
The sessions are on Zoom and cover basic mental fitness, stress management, building resilience, exploring emotional intelligence and anger management.
Former sports people will use their own lived experience in sport to illustrate and harness the best evidence base intervention to help men to manage and improve their mental fitness.
Sessions start the week of the 18th January 2021, last for approximately one hour and run on a Monday and Wednesday for 7 weeks. You can attend either session, or you can attend both each week.
You can also read Matt’s blog here about the impact of suicide
Recovery College Courses Coming Soon!
The Four Agreements is a 4 week blended learning course based on a book by Don Miguel Ruiz. It provides a simple set of ideas to reflect on how you see your interactions with the world around you. During the course we will reflect on each agreement in depth and share personal thoughts and practical ways to embed them into our everyday lives. A workbook will be provided.
Starts: Tuesday 2 February at 10.30am—11.30am
Being Different Together is a unique online drama course. Over 6 weeks, the sessions will focus on building your self-confidence, help you find your voice and build social connections in a safe and supportive environment. Wellness, fun and laughter will be at the core of this brand-new course.
Starts: Monday 22 February at 11am—12.30pm
To book a place or to find out more please contact us or visit: www.calderdalekirkleesrc.nhs.uk/courses/
Take care, stay safe and reach out
The Recovery & Wellbeing College Team
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