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Thoughts Feelings Actions, North Dublin starting February 2018

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Courses in Louth Spring 2018

Mindfulness & Compassion
Mindfulness is an innate capacity of the mind to be aware of the present moment in a non-judgmental way. Moreover, it can be developed through systematic training and promotes a way of being that helps us take better care of ourselves and others, and lead healthier lives.

Start Date: Thursday, February 1st , 2-4 pm
Format: Eight weekly afternoon sessions

 

Understanding and Renegotiating Trauma in our Lives
This two day workshop is for people to explore the meaning of normal trauma responses to adverse circumstances in life and the implications of unresolved and incomplete trauma responses on our lives.
This two day workshop is for people to explore the meaning of normal trauma responses to adverse circumstances in life and the implications of unresolved and incomplete trauma responses on our lives.

Start: April, dates to be confirmed
Format: two day workshop

 

Both Mindfulness and Compassion and Understanding and Renegotiating Trauma in our Lives will be held in Dundalk Institute of Technology, Department of Nursing, Midwifery & Health Studies

Recovery College, Louth Area Spring Term Poster 2018

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Courses in Meath Spring 2018

Get Yourself Connected Through Drama

Get to know your own strengths and overcome internal barriers through the creative and fun processes. Explore social interactions, preferences and inhibitions, build social confidence and develop new methods of expression.

Course starts: Early February, Dates to be confirmed
Format: Eight weekly afternoon sessions
Venue: Louth Meath Education and Training Board, Abbey Road, Navan

Recovery College, Meath Area Spring Term Poster 2018 

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Courses in Dublin North Spring 2018

In North Dublin Spring 2018 we will be running

Creative Facilitation Skills Training This program builds participants capacity to take roles on upcoming recovery college facilitation teams. Learners will explore the skills, roles, methods, challenges and planning approaches involved with creative group facilitation.

Start: Monday, January 29th
Format: Two day workshop

Thoughts, Feelings Actions Develop personal knowledge around how thoughts, feelings & actions interact & can work to inform our well being. This course will explore the benefits of bringing more ‘Empathy,’ ‘Compassion,’ & ‘Understanding‘ into our lives.

Start:  Tuesday, February 13th
Format: Weekly afternoon sessions

Crafts for Wellness Enjoy crafts for relaxation in an open space where we explore mental health & well being through different creative mediums in a safe environment

Start: Mid February, dates to be confirmed
Format: Weekly afternoon sessions

All Dublin North courses will take place Recovery College Room, DCU, School of Nursing & Human Sciences

Sign up on our courses here.          Recovery College, Nth Dublin Area Spring Term Poster 2018

 

 

Connected – Learning Together Navan 2017

An exercise to show how we are all connected when we take time to reflect on how.

Course Submissions

Each year the Dublin North, North East Recovery College invites recovery college community members to submit course proposals, which on submission will be considered for roll out during our Spring and Summer Terms 2018. 

If you have ideas for innovative recovery orientated programmes (including formats such as taster sessions to weekly sessional courses,) please complete and submit the attached course proposal template, each section of which must be filled in. 

If interested in proposing a course please also refer to the attached co-production guidelines and principles document which safeguards the the unique collaborative approach being taken by the Recovery College, in the development and delivery of all our courses.

All course proposals must be in no later than Friday November 10th.  Please note this deadline date has been extended

Kind regards

John

 

DNNE RECOVERY COLLEGE COURSE PROPOSAL TEMPLATE 2017

RECOVERY COLLEGE CO-PRODUCTION GUIDELINES & PRINCIPLES