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TypeRecovery College NHFT
Here at the Recovery College NHFT we offer you a range of different courses to help you support yourself and others to understand health conditions and help with recovery. Hope, control and opportunity are what we strive for and help our students to achieve.
Courses are designed to support you to take control of your own wellbeing, despite any health challenges you may have. They are produced and presented by a health professional and someone who has personally experienced their own health issues. Courses are related to mental health, physical health, as well as workshops on wellbeing and opportunities to become more involved in our community.
Who is this service for? Our courses are available for over 18’s who are NHFT current and previous service users, their family and friends, carers, members of partner organisations, and NHFT staff and are free to attend.
E-learning courses - Did you know that, as well as our interactive face-to-face and online courses, Recovery College NHFT also runs free e-learning courses that you can access online any time, from any location, and work through at your own pace?:
- Reducing loneliness - 60 minute online course about how to recognise loneliness and learn strategies that may help, plus how to increase personal connections and opportunities available in the community
- Introduction to Caring - Aims to give carers multiple skills to help support themselves in a hopeful and recovery focussed way, which in turn enables them to support the ones they care for
- Caring and me: Health and Wellbeing - This follows on from the course above and offers an opportunity to learn about the Five Ways To Wellbeing and how these can be used to reduce the impact of stress and anxiety
When you've completed the e-learning courses, give us your feedback here.
How do I register for this service?
In order to access courses through the Recovery College, you will need to enrol as a student.
You can contact the Recovery College by:
Phone: 03000 270470 (phone lines are open 9am-4.30pm Monday-Friday)
Post: Recovery College, Campbell House, Campbell Square, Northampton, NN1 3EB
Reviews and feedback
“Improves awareness and ways to cope, overall reduces isolation and increases reassurance that people aren't alone in their journeys. “
“Attendance to Recovery College courses helps people appreciate that they are not on their own, others have good ideas and experiences that may help and there’s positive actions to take after the course”
“The Recovery College is clearly committed to breaking down barriers and ending stigma and I am truly grateful for the necessary and exemplary work being undertaken”
“The Recovery College helps reduce feelings of isolation and provides courses to support wellbeing with excellent examples. It was valuable to hear from both experts by training and experts by experience”
Provide your feedback on the college
If you would like to provide your views and feedback on our college by completing one of the following forms:
At the Recovery College we are inclusive and many of our students may have learning needs.
If you have any learning needs, please just let us know what we can do to help when you enrol with the college or sign up for a course. One of our team will call you to discuss your needs or preferences in advance so that any adaptions can be made.