Supporting people with mental health problems
Wokingham Recovery College gives people with mental health problems the chance to access education, workshops and training programmes, designed to help them on their road to recovery. The college aims to help people become experts in their own self-care and enable family, friends and staff to better understand mental health.
Courses with experienced professionals
We offer a range of courses which are all co-produced, devised and delivered by people with personal experience of mental illness working together with mental health professionals. We accept registrations from anyone over the age of 18 living in the Wokingham Borough.
We are currently only offering online sessions.
To find out more read our summer prospectus (PDF document).
Our courses are grouped into 4 main categories, which provides students with the option to focus on particular areas:
- Wellbeing - supports a better understanding of your mental health and teaches skills for self-management. Includes a support group for those who hear voices and a support group for carers of those with mental health needs
- Life skills - aims to increase knowledge of life skills in terms of cooking, finances, housing etc.
- Creativity - allows you to explore your creative side through various mediums
- Next steps - designed for students who are further into their recovery and feel ready to explore next steps such as employment and volunteering
For a full list of courses, read our Wokingham Recovery College prospectus (PDF document).
How to become a student
In order to become a student you need to complete a registration form (Word document) or registration form (PDF document) and indicate which online courses you would like to attend. You will receive details in advance of each course, you have registered an interest in, starting.
Send your completed registration form to: email@example.com
Alternatively, you can post your registration form to:
Wokingham Recovery College
1st Floor, The Old Forge
45-47 Peach Street
If you need help filling out the registration form, give us a call and we can support you.
Our team is always happy to answer any questions.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call: 0118 989 0707.