Recovery College Workshops

workshopThe Recovery College Bexley Workshop information is as accurate as possible at the time of publication, but courses are subject to change or cancellation based on interest and the number of people enrolling.
Please contact Recovery College Bexley to express interest or enrol on a course. Please do not turn up for a course unless you have enrolled and received confirmation from the Recovery College Bexley .
Phone: 0208 303 5816 Option 1
Post: Mind in Bexley – Milton House, 240a Broadway, Bexleyheath. DA6 8AS
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This workshop is designed to give you an understanding of what is a healthy diet and how your diet can affect your mood and mental well-being.
Eat well plate – basic nutrition
How your diet can affect your mood
Tips to think about:
Food diary
Goal planning
Date Monday 24th September
Time 2:00 – 4:00 pm (2 hours)
Venue: Mind in Bexley – Milton House, 240a Broadway, Bexleyheath. DA6 8AS

Externally run workshops managed by Mind in Bexley

Learn a very simple and effective way to give up smoking, drinking, taking drugs, over-eating, gambling and any other addictive activity.
The same learning (about how the mind works and how to reprogram it for change) helps with anxiety, stress and depression as well as phobias and obsessive compulsive behaviours.
This workshop is brought to you by award-winning and best-selling author Chris Hill, who has used his life-experience and knowledge to help hundreds of people overcome addiction and change habitual behaviour.
Author: Get Your Life Back: The Road to Freedom from Addiction
Award: BVSC Award for Services to Health & Wellbeing (2017)
Dates: Wednesdays
Times: 19:30 pm – 21:00 pm
Venue: : Emmanuel Church Hall, Hadlow Road, Sidcup DA14 4AA (Please note: there is no religious element to this teaching)
This workshop is aimed at anyone suffering with mental health issues who could benefit from relaxation.
Suffering from depression and anxiety can leave you feeling isolated and out of control. Sound Therapy can be used as a tool for coping with anything such as low mood, stress and a number of different mental health issues. The application of therapeutic music is scientifically proven to calm the mind and restore balance within the body.
During this workshop there will be an explanation of Sound Therapy followed by a journey with sound lasting around 45 minutes. Participants will be sitting or laying comfortably on yoga mats whilst listening to a variety of calming instruments.
At the end of the session participants will be gently guided back by my voice followed by a short conversation about everyone’s experiences.
Tuesday 24th July and 21st August 11:00 -12:15 am We will ask for a donation of £2
Please contact the Bexley Recovery College to enrol

Venue: Calm Collective Studio, 143 Station Rd, Sidcup DA15 7AA