Anxiety for many is a constant companion. Often we think we are the only one in the world who has these horrible fears and for many it’s just easier to avoid social situations altogether. Many people have been through the fears that anxiety produces and have come out healthier and happier on the other side. This course uses a learning environment where students can begin to understand some of the causes of anxiety, become aware of their personal triggers and explore strategies that help them better manage their anxiety and re-engage with their world. This course can be a follow on from the ‘exploring experience of anxiety’ course.
Mind Recovery College™ Nunawading campus
More and more people are talking about recovery and mental health issues, but what does this actually mean? In this course, we explore a few different ways of thinking about recovery. We’ll also look at some ideas for living well while experiencing the things our society calls mental ill-health
Mind Recovery College Nunawading Campus
Employment is often identified by people who have experienced mental health difficulties or addictions as representing a key part of their recovery journey. In this course we will explore topics such as setting employment goals, job seeking, application and interview skills, how to best manage the transition back to work, manage your personal information in the workplace, seek benefit advice and how to find out about local employment support.
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We all feel angry sometimes; it is part of being human. Anger can be useful, but it can also become a problem when it harms you or the people around you. In this course we will look to understand more about anger, how it works, factors which can make it worse and how to control it. We will consider some basic tools to deal with anger and ways to recognise your anger signs.
Mind Recovery CollegeTM Nunawading Campus