Recovery College at Llanarth Court
Our Recovery College is a programme of individual modules that gives you the opportunity to choose what activities you would like to undertake to help facilitate your recovery and rehabilitation.
Each module is a programme of learning opportunities and activities that can help you to understand and manage your mental health, develop your life and employment skills, or help you to develop/improve on hobbies and leisure activities.
We are committed to our learners and always try to ensure that we include equality and diversity so that everyone can play a part in their recovery.
If you would like to take part in any of our planned modules, please ask your occupational therapist, therapy support worker, or one of the nurses on the ward to refer you to Andrew Bishop, to book the course or workshop.
Central to learning, is working with people who have lived experience when developing and running courses. If you would like to co-produce and/or co-facilitate Recovery College courses or workshops, then please ask one of your ward staff to refer you to Andrew Bishop who will arrange a meeting to discuss your plans with you. If after the discussion, we plan to run your course or workshop, you will be given plenty of help and support to produce and run it.
Llanarth Court Recovery College courses
We offer the following courses as part of our Recovery College at Llanarth Court:
For more information on our Recovery College courses, you can download a copy of our detailed prospectus.