Courses in Nunawading

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 personal information in the workplace, seek benefit advice and how to find out about local employment support.

Where

Mind Recovery CollegeTM Nunawading Campus

Whether it’s the loss of a loved one, a valued relationship or part of our identity, we all experience grief and loss in our lives. During the course we will explore the cycle of grief and loss and how to be able to support yourself to work through it in a way that supports your wellbeing. The facilitators will draw on their own experiences in dealing with grief and loss to support you with your learning.

Where

Mind Recovery CollegeTM Nunawading Campus

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.

Where

Mind Recovery CollegeTM Nunawading Campus

Experiencing extreme changes in mood and thinking can impact all areas of our lives, our relationships, career goals and aspirations. How people describe and manage these mood changes is unique but there are often common experiences that people share. This course can help to increase your knowledge about bipolar experience and share personal wisdom in discussion. There is great value in how we learn to manage it and how we find ways through the ups and downs.

Where

Mind Recovery CollegeTM Nunawading Campus

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Mind Recovery College

Phone: 03 8698 4060

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