Courses in Cheltenham

This eight session course takes us behind the commercially marketed therapy called mindfulness. Learn the truth about this practice and discover the benefits of living and practicing virtues. Virtues are the fundamental principles behind the training of the mind to achieve clarity in life and vastly improve a peaceful happy mental state. We also learn how to calm ourselves with the practice of meditation and how it can be applied into everyday life. Mindfulness, when properly applied is about reminding ourselves and not forgetting to practice and develop our good and noble human qualities based on the six virtues.

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Mind Recovery College™ Cheltenham Campus

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Drawing upon the virtues and senses and all the various applications as studied over the first 16 weeks, we now enter into ways in which to incorporate this knowledge into our everyday life. We examine again the application of the virtues to overcome the many obstacles and difficulties we encounter in our lives. We look at more practices that can change the way that we perceive ourselves and the world around us. With our new understanding of predictive coding and brain plasticity, together with the practical application of the virtues and meditative practices we then have the opportunity to become all that we could be.

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Mind Recovery College™ Cheltenham Campus

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This workshop offers a complete look into ourselves. We will explore life from the inside and learn how to choose to create experiences and ultimately respond to them by following five principles: be happy, be spiritual, be positive, be the change and be responsible. On this nine-week journey, we will explore these important principles individually and create meaning and purpose for ourselves.

Incense and candles are essential factors to create a warm and calm atmosphere and elevate the awareness. Please let us know if you have any allergies.

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Mind Recovery CollegeTM Cheltenham Campus

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We all experience stress – some big, some small, whether it be noisy neighbors, family issues, money worries, challenges at work,  looking for work, and so on…Come along to this introductory workshop, to examine the causes and effects of stress, and practical activities and methods that may help you to manage the stress in your life.

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Mind Recovery College™ Cheltenham Campus

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Are you looking for the chance to live life more fully, but not sure where to start or what to do? This course will provide you with the opportunity to reconnect with the things in your life that make you feel fulfilled and give you skills in setting achievable goals for yourself. Whether it’s reconnecting with family or friends or getting back into a hobby or activity you enjoy, having a plan provides focus and motivation for what you want to achieve and the people and resources you may need, in order to make it happen.

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Mind Recovery CollegeTM Cheltenham Campus

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So you think you want to be a peer support worker but don’t really know what it’s all about or how to get into it? Come along and speak to peer support workers about their experiences.  For those wanting to pursue this career path, this course aims to provide a better understanding of peer work.

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Mind Recovery College™ Cheltenham Campus

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This course is a must for anyone who is interested in what the NDIS will provide for people with mental health related disability and how to prepare for your NDIS planning session. We will also cover what you can do if you don’t qualify for the scheme.

As the course progresses we will explore what your life is like now and how you would like it to change in the future. You’ll understand how with an NDIS plan you will be able to pursue your passions and dreams and develop your creativity to live a life of meaning and purpose. This course will also help health professionals, friends, family, and carers to understand what the NDIS is and how it can support positive change for someone living with mental health related disability.

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Mind Recovery CollegeTM Cheltenham Campus

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A journal is not a diary and journaling is not just for writers! The ability to record your thoughts and feelings; whether through doodling, writing, scrapbooking or drawing, can be a great tool in recovery. The act of taking our feelings and putting them onto paper, in whatever form, can be empowering and freeing. This course will help you develop ideas for fitting journaling into your recovery plan and your life and will include tips for writing and crafting your journal.

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Mind Recovery College™ Cheltenham Campus

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