Supporting mental, physical and emotional wellbeing
Recovery College Update 29th of May
We will soon be bounding into June – let’s hope that the restrictions continue to lessen and small connections with friends and family can be made.
This week we attach the Gratitude Journal for June, created by Peer Volunteer Claire Dalziel. This is a wonderful way to record all things to be thankful for – no matter how small or insignificant it may appear to anyone else – it’s your journal.
On Tuesday Zoomday we heard from Robert at Scottish Recovery Network – very interesting discussion around recovery and peer support and peer learning.
In June we have two new courses starting:
8th June – Film Forum: Led by film producer and researcher, Richard Warden and supported by Claire Dalziel, Peer Volunteer Trainer. Richard has a wealth of knowledge about documentaries and will take us on a journey, jogging the memories, watching films and discussing the impact of the films on society and wellbeing. You will have a fresh perspective of film.
11th June – Listening and Empathy: facilitated by Trainer/Coach Karen Krawczyk. Do we really know how to listen well? What is the difference between sympathy and empathy? Enjoy exploring these topics and reflecting in this new course and giving us feedback for further development.
If you are interesting in either of these courses please let Trish know.
On Tuesday 2nd June we welcome Kate Lindsay to our Zoomday session at 1.00pm to take a look at mindfulness. Join by clicking the link just before 1.00pm on Tuesday:
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