Recovery College Office telephone numbers:
Bury St Edmunds 01284 733110
King's Lynn 01553 736018
Norwich 01603 421169
The Recovery College is very excited to offer new webinars and Zoom courses to our service users, staff and anyone with mental health challenges over the age of 16.
Recovery College Online Prospectus
Recovery College Online Timetable - January 2021
Recovery College Online February - February 2021
You need to complete our online registration form on Mind Recovery Net.
Once you have completed the registration form, a member of our team will contact you.
Email RecoveryOnline@nsft.nhs.uk with the courses you would like to attend.
You can also download our step-by-step guide to signing up for and joining a Zoom course.
Each month you can apply for as many webinars as you would like to, 'Introduction to Zoom', plus two more Zoom courses.
If you would like to attend more Zoom courses, please include these in your email, and we will do our best to fit you in if there are spaces.
If you need more support with any of the above, then our team is happy to help. You can ask us for:1. A Course Choices Support Session - A short session with a Recovery College Tutor to help you choose your courses. Up to 30 minutes is available, students requiring more support are welcome to book an additional session.2. A Registration and Tech Help Call - A telephone call with an administrator to help you with your online registration and any technical questions you may have.3. An Introduction to Zoom Course - A Recovery College course desigend to help you learn how to use Zoom.
To request any of these, please email us or telephone us using the Recovery College Office telephone numbers listed on this page.
If you would like to find out how to log on to our webinars and what to expect, check out our video tutorials:
How to login to a webinar
How a webinar works
How to ask a question on a webinar
How’s it going? Using CHIME to stay on the path to recovery
In this podcast, Mark (pictured), Recovery College Locality Lead for West Norfolk, and Barbara, Peer Tutor on Wellness Planning, chat about how things are going for them and talk about how we can manage our time and use CHIME at home during COVID-19. The podcast also contains their very own “getting to know you” style Desert Island Discs.
Listen to the Using CHIME to Stay on the Path to Recovery podcast here
Top Tips for Keeping Well during COVID-19
In this podcast, Mark, Recovery College Locality Lead for West Norfolk, chats to Sharon, Peer Tutor for Recovery College. Sharon shares her top tips for keeping well during COVID-19. The podcast also contains a Recovery Quiz!
Listen to the Top Tips for Keeping Well podcast here
Compassion for Recovery
In this podcast Recovery College Manager Breanne (pictured) talks to student and Peer Tutor Elizabeth who shares how compassion helped her recovery.
For an introduction on how you can begin to build the Compassionate Self, you can also go to the six podcasts by Professor Paul Gilbert at www.compassionatemind.co.uk
Watch the Compassion for Recovery video podcast here
Using Character Strengths to Support Our Resilience video podcast
In this podcast, Recovery College Manager Breanne talks to Recovery College Locality Lead and Tutor Sophie Davies, and Peer Tutor Sian about how we can use our character strengths to support us in this time of isolation and social distancing.
Watch the video podcast about Using Character Strengths here
Recovery Conversations with Sarah and Sophie
Sarah and Sophie talk about living alongside a mental health problem during this difficult time, particularly OCD, anxiety and paranoia.
Introduction to Recovery workbook
CHIME Recovery Course workbook
Anxiety Recovery Course workbook
Keeping Safe and Well workbook
OCD and Coronavirus Survival Tips workbook
Looking after your wellbeing workbook
You may need to download these to your computer before you can open them.
What is Recovery?