Recovery College establishes Home Learning service to help with coping strategies in this current situation

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There’s no doubt that the current situation is putting added pressure on everyone, whether you’re struggling with a mental health issue or not. The Recovery College have launched a new assisted Home Learning service, designed to help you find healthy coping strategies that you can work into your everyday routine.

How does the service work?

Anyone can access our courses by clicking this link Mental Health .

“Once you’ve had a chance to absorb this information our team of Trainers and Peer Trainers are on hand Monday to Friday to provide telephone support – they will be able to answer questions, discuss the various tools and techniques that you can try, and help you work out coping strategies,” said a spokesperson.

“Over the coming weeks we’ll be adding more content to our service, including blogs, video & audio guides and webinars, so keep an eye on our website for more information as it arrives.”

Tel Enquiries: 0203 513 5818

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