APRIL to JUNE 2017
free mental health, recovery and advocacy training to anyone who lives or works in Edinburgh and the Lothians.
All our training is developed and delivered by experienced facilitators who all have their own experience of mental health issues.
Wellness Recovery Action Plan (WRAP) is a programme of self-exploration that can help you take control of your own mental health and recovery.
Our workshops are based on the model developed under copyright in the USA by Mary Ellen Copeland.
Fiona and Andrew are Scottish Recovery Network Quality Accredited WRAP Facilitators and will support you in developing your own plan.
WRAP recognises that you are the expert in your own experience and there are no limits to recovery. It is based on 5 key concepts: hope, personal responsibility, support, self advocacy and education.
Edinburgh: Fridays 2nd, 9th and 16th June and 14th July
09:30-16:30 (13:30-16:30 on 14th July)
Argyle House, 3 Lady Lawson Street, Edinburgh, EH3 9DR
An opportunity to examine and develop a practical understanding of ’recovery’ – whether or not you have your own experience of mental health issues.
- Is recovery the best way of describing what people want for themselves?
- What are the relationships between mental health, identity, treatment and services?
A LEARN certificate will be given to everyone who completes the 2 full days of the course.
Wednesday 14th and Thursday 15th June, 09:30-16:30, Argyle House, 3 Lady Lawson Street, Edinburgh, EH3 9DR
We also offer the following courses. Sign up to our mailing list at the end of this page and we will send you our new programme for July, August and September 2017.
Independent Advocacy Works For Us!
Find out about the difference that Independent Advocacy makes to people’s lives from people who have used it. This 2-hour session is led by members of Voice of Advocacy, a group of people who have had experience of using independent advocacy.
Understanding Eating Disorders: Seen But Not Heard
Learn about the many different eating disorder diagnoses from people who share their stories of living with these experiences. We use film clips and interactive activities to explore causes, treatments and the physical and psychological effects of eating disorders. We will address any fears and challenges you may have when it comes to helping someone with an eating disorder. There will be plenty of time for questions and discussion.
Understanding BPD: Much More than a Label
This 2-day interactive course promotes positive attitudes towards people who may attract a diagnosis of Borderline Personality Disorder.
Hear what it is like to live with the types of experiences that may lead to a BPD diagnosis and its impact and discuss the ways to live well with these experiences.
This is an opportunity to reflect on and share ways of working with people who may attract a BPD diagnosis, recognise areas for change, and develop your skills in responding helpfully to people.
To book your place on a course, please get in touch with Julie or Anne on firstname.lastname@example.org or 0791 002 1537
- Please let us know if you have an access needs.
- All our venues are wheelchair accessible.
- We provide tea and coffee and all our sessions have regular breaks.
- Parking is very difficult in the area so you are strongly encouraged to use public transport if possible.
- Our minimum number of participants for each course is 6. If we are unable to meet this minimum we may have to cancel – we will let you know as soon as possible.
- If you can’t make it to a session or course, please let us know as soon as possible so we can offer a place to someone on the waiting list.
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