Supporting mental, physical and emotional wellbeing
Recovery College Update – 8th of May
Hello to all our students.
It’s great to see that lots of you are embracing the new technology and getting on board with Zoom courses. We have now had sessions with up to 20 people on, and it is working really well.
One of the things I’ve noticed as our world is less noisy is the dawn chorus – the cacophony starts just after 4.00am, but is not interrupted by the usual morning noises of traffic, radio, people moving around. I love to hear it, although there are 2 very noisy rock doves in my garden and I feel like I can understand their conversations.
Our Tuesday Zoom Day this week had film producer Richard Warden for a very interesting session on how mental health has been portrayed in film. On the website there will be a powerpoint of Richard’s presentation with an audio commentary and a link to his BAFTA award winning film The Third Dad. We are sure you will enjoy it and want to sign up for his Film Forum course in June.
This week on Tuesday Zoomday (12th May) we are introducing each of our Peer Volunteers to you. They will share their stories and what their role is within the Recovery College. We will also talk about the Peer Pathway if you are thinking of that. Join us via link below: