We try and run courses whenever we have enough people who want to attend one. Your Recovery Coach will provide details of the date and time of the course you are interested in.
4 weekly workshops, 1½ hours each
We understand that mental illness can cause increased anxiety levels that affect how we function and how we perform roles and tasks. Feelings about the past, fears for the future and current concerns can hinder recovery and prevent us from moving forward in our lives.
Our anxiety management workshops are designed by people with living experience of anxiety to provide strategies for understanding what anxiety is, why we experience it and how to identify thoughts or situations that can cause us unwanted anxiety.
Dealing with Panic Attacks
3 weeks, 1.5 hours each
Understand how panic attacks work and learn a range of short-term and long-term strategies to help manage them. The course includes physical relaxation exercises.
Preparing to Volunteer
6 weeks, 2 hours each
This course covers the benefits of volunteering both personally and to the community and helps to identify relevant skills to find out what type of volunteer role would suit you. You will also find out how to get started with volunteering and how to get in touch with your local volunteering centre.
6 weekly workshops, 1.5 hours each
Many people find that work can provide identity, friendship, a steady routine and a salary, helping them stay mentally healthy. This course covers essential skills for people considering employment, who don’t feel ready yet to apply for a position. The workshops will help you build confidence and motivation, search for and apply for jobs and help with the interview process.
If you would like to enrol for a course at REACH please visit the enrolment page and complete for the form.