At the CNWL Recovery & Wellbeing College we believe in, and work towards, a society where people with mental health or physical health difficulties have access to the same opportunities in life as everyone else. We support each other to recognise and develop our talents and resources so that we can become experts in our own self-care and do the things we want to do in life.
We are not a formal College – we don’t assess people or provide qualifications - neither do we provide therapy. Instead our workshops are a safe, empowering and non-stigmatising space to explore, share and learn together and support each other on a journey of self-discovery.
Our term timetable includes both online and in-person courses.
You can find more information about the College, and summaries of the content of our courses and workshops, in our prospectus.
We welcome suggestions about subjects you would like us to cover which aren't currently in our prospectus. If you have any suggestions, please email us at email@example.com.
- Read more about our courses by downloading our online prospectus (opens PDF)
- Download our current timetable (opens PDF)
- Book places on our workshops using our online form
You can watch recordings from our other courses and workshops here.
If you are unsure about which workshops to choose, or you would like more information about being a student at the College, we can book a telephone appointment for you with one of our peer trainers (who have used services themselves). They can support you to create a plan for your learning and this is also an opportunity to discuss any access or learning support needs you may have. Contact us on 020 3214 5686 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Information about our Covid-19 recovery courses with CNWL Occupational Therapists and West London NHS Trust is here (opens PDF)
- Information about other resources and sources of support is here (opens PDF)
- Recovery college support and resources (opens PDF)
Seen a course you're interested in?
Registering for a course or workshop at the CNWL Recovery & Wellbeing College is easy – apply here.
CNWL Recovery & Wellbeing College
CNWL NHS Offices
180 Kilburn Park Road,
Telephone: 020 3214 5686
The office is open from 9.00am-5.00pm, Monday to Friday, excluding bank holidays.
Tube: Kilburn Park Station (Bakerloo Line) and Kilburn High Road (London Overground)
Bus: 328, 31 and 6
Parking: Some off street parking in the surrounding area.
Courses also take place at local CNWL Recovery & Wellbeing College venues. More information will be sent to you when you attend a course at these locations.