Courses in Cheltenham

The lived experience of Consumers and carers can play an active role in influencing how Mental Health Providers deliver services. There are increasing opportunities for consumers and carers to participate in service improvement: advisory groups, forums, surveys and research opportunities. 

In this course you will learn about how you can use your lived experience to contribute to improving service delivery through consumer and carer participation. This course will give you the tools, techniques and resources to contribute to service improvement as well as valuable life skills. 

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Mind Recovery College™ Cheltenham Campus

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So by now a professional (or a few professionals) have told you that you have a mental health diagnosis.  Now what?  Who do you tell?  What do you say and how do you say it?  This course aims to explore the various ways you can go about disclosing or not disclosing your health with the people in your life. 

 

Where

Mind Recovery CollegeTM Cheltenham Campus

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The ‘Let’s get moving’ course is designed for people who would like to adopt a healthier lifestyle.    It’s a course that is informed by evidence based research and co-production practices. Several students have expressed wanting to increase their physical fitness, one of whom has provided data regarding the aspects of physical activity that students would like to learn about.  Subsequently, the course will provide knowledge and opportunities for participants to increase physical, mental and emotional wellbeing, by teaching participants about comorbidity issues, risk factors, motivational issues, how to overcome barriers and challenges, and how to source activities, health checks, and resources to lead a more active lifestyle.

Where

Mind Recovery College™ Cheltenham

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This course is designed to help you think about what the NDIS might mean to you.  The NDIS is an exciting development in Australia.  It aims to give people with mental health and other disabilities better support and more choice.  Come together with a group of people thinking about how the NDIS might work for you.  You will be guided by a facilitator, who has spent time talking with people involved with one of the first pilots, helping you gain insight about opportunities and challenges that come with this change.

Where

Mind Recovery CollegeTM Cheltenham Campus

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This course is aimed at voice hearers, exploring the advantages and disadvantages of increasing your influence over your voices through relationship.  We will look at the different components of healthy relationships and use this model to discover what kind of relationship may be possible with voices.  Developing meaning which can be attributed to the voices can make it easier to establish a relationship with them in order to feel more in control.

Where

Mind Recovery CollegeTM Cheltenham Campus

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Learning about the rental market.

The entire process of finding and maintaining rental housing can be quite complex. One needs to get their finances in order, search for properties, inspect them, submit applications, pay the bond, sign the lease, complete the condition report, set up utilities, and the list goes on! All this can be quite daunting for someone who hasn’t rented before or someone who has had difficulties managing a tenancy in the past. This course aims to provide students with an overview of the entire process of finding and maintaining rental housing, while providing students with opportunities to develop their rental readiness skills and prepare for the rental market.

Where

Mind Recovery College™ Cheltenham Campus

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So you think you want to be a peer support worker but don’t really know what it’s all about or how to get into it? Come along and speak to peer support workers about their experiences.  For those wanting to pursue this career path, this course aims to provide a better understanding of peer work.

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Mind Recovery College™ Cheltenham Campus

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Experiencing depression goes beyond feelings of sadness or unhappiness and can deeply disrupt how we think, feel and live. How people describe and manage depression is unique but there are often common themes in the experience.  This workshop is a space to increase your knowledge about depressive experience and to share personal wisdom in discussion.

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Mind Recovery CollegeTM Cheltenham Campus

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