CNWL Recovery & Wellbeing College

Recovery describes your personal journey with mental health issues and the steps you take to rebuild and live a meaningful and satisfying life.

CNWL Recovery & Wellbeing College offers a wide range of courses and workshops which are co-designed and co-delivered by peer recovery trainers (people with lived experience of mental health issues) and mental health practitioners.

The college aims to:

  • Offer support for people who use mental health services, and enable them to become experts in their own self-care.
  • Enable people to better understand mental health conditions and support people in their personal recovery journeys.

Courses and workshops are free for people in the following groups:

  • People who currently use CNWL services
  • People who have used CNWL services in the last six months
  • Supporters (family, friends or carers) of people who use CNWL services or people who have been discharged from CNWL services in the last six months
  • CNWL staff (including local authority staff working within CNWL integrated services)
  • GPs who deliver services within the Trust's catchment area
  • Carer support workers from the voluntary sector.

Visit the microsite for more information, including courses and workshops: www.cnwl.nhs.uk/recoverycollege or follow us on Twitter @cnwlrc

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