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Recovery & Wellbeing Education

We provide a range of different types of educational courses and workshops to support recovery and wellbeing.

These cover topics including Recovery principles in practice, coaching skills for Recovery, peer support, supporting people to develop and use personal recovery and wellness plans, using life story work, improving mental wellbeing through better physical health, and mental health, recovery and intellectual and developmental disabilities.



We also offer support to people and services by working with them in their own location, covering strategic work, consultation, supervision and coaching, role modelling and work-based learning. Wherever possible we try to work together with practitioners and managers, as well as people who use the services and their supporters or carers.

For example: 

We collaborated with West Nottinghamshire College to support the development of their Wellbeing Centre and co-produced a number of mental health awareness courses primarily aimed at 16-18 year old students at the college. Team members also contributed mental health awareness sessions to the college’s staff development programme.

  • We worked in partnership with the Trust’s Integrated Admin Network to develop and deliver a rolling programme of sessions focusing on mental health awareness, customer relations skills, dealing with distress/difficult situations and looking after ourselves at work.
  • We work with our colleagues in Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services, Adult Mental Health and Forensic Services to support Recovery-orientated practice in their areas.
  • Our team also supports and supervises the Trust’s network of Forensic Recovery College campuses and has collaborated with Offender Health Services on their development of Wellbeing Centres at several of the prison sites.

To find out more about partnership opportunities please email: