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SLaM Recovery College

1st Floor Administration Building


Maudsley Hospital
Denmark Hill
London
SE5 8AZ

Telephone: 020 3228 3643


timetable
Email: hello@slamrecoverycollege.co.uk summer term 2017
15th may 4th august

www.slamrecoverycollege.co.uk
About the college

Recovery is about a personal journey towards a meaningful and All wed ask is that, if you do put your name down for a course, you make
satisfying life, towards living as well as possible, whatever symptoms or every effort to attend. Places for all our courses are in high demand so if you
difficulties are present. The workshops and courses we run aim to provide cant attend for any reason please contact the Recovery College office as soon
the tools to make this happen, to help you become an expert in your own as possible so your place can be offered to someone on the waiting list.
recovery or that of someone you care for.
Please note that you also need to be aged 16 or over to come to any of
our courses.
Our college offers a learning approach that complements the existing
services provided by the Trust. Co-production is at the heart of everything
Please see page 21 to find out how to enrol.
we do. Every course and workshop we offer is co-designed and co-run by
trainers who have experienced mental health difficulties working alongside
trainers from the mental health professions.

Who are our courses for?

Our courses are free of charge and open to:

People who use SLaM services


Supporters (carers, family and friends) of the above
People who have been discharged from SLaM services within
the last six months
Supporters (carers, family and friends) of the above
Anyone working with SLaM as a volunteer or peer supporter or who
is on the SLaM Involvement Register
SLaM staff (not students)

You dont need to be referred by anybody to enrol at the college and you can
choose whichever courses interest you or suit your needs.

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Course descriptions Courses in Spanish and Portuguese

Brief descriptions of all the courses and workshops we are currently running SLaM Recovery College is pleased to be working in collaboration with
can be found on our website: www.slamrecoverycollege.co.uk/courses. member organisations from CLAUK (Coalition of Latin Americans in the
You are also very welcome to phone our office with any queries you might UK) and SLaMs Psychological Medicine and Integrated Care CAG to deliver
have about any course: 020 3228 3643. co-produced workshops in Spanish and Portuguese. CLAUK consists of
organisations working in the voluntary sector to raise awareness and provide
a collective voice for people from the Latin American community.

About the timetable
South London has a significant number of people from Latin America where
language barriers and lack of knowledge about available services cause
Underneath the title of each course youll find this information: venue, time and
health inequalities. This often leads to deterioration in both mental and
date. You can find the addresses of each venue on pages 24-25, but when we
physical wellbeing. The project aims to support Spanish and Portuguese
send you confirmation well also send you venue maps and travel information.
speaking service users, carers and staff to access mental health support and
knowledge through co-produced education.
If we havent yet found a date and venue for the course itll be shown as TBC
to be confirmed.
In late 2016 and early 2017, SLaM Recovery College trained a small group of
Spanish and Portuguese speaking practitioners and peer recovery trainers in
If we are running a course more than once, each date will be identified by a
co-production and facilitation skills. In pairs, they are now translating course
letter, i.e. A, B, C etc.
materials and adding cultural context, and will deliver the workshops in late
Summer 2017.
If a course consists of a series of workshops theyll be identified by a numeral,
i.e. 1, 2, 3 etc.
The following workshops will be offered in both Spanish and Portuguese:

Understanding Bipolar Disorder


Understanding Anxiety
Introduction to Recovery and Wellbeing
Understanding Psychosis
Understanding Depression

Dates and venues will be advertised shortly. To express interest, please


contact the SLaM Recovery College office on 020 3228 3643 or send an
email to hello@slamrecoverycollege.co.uk.

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River House Forensic Satellite Hub Guys & St Thomas Expert Patients Programme & Self Care Services

SLaM Recovery College has been working with staff and service users of the Our friends over at Guys are offering our students the following two courses
River House medium and low secure services at the Bethlem Royal Hospital to (free) throughout the year.
develop a new satellite site. To find out more and to book a place call 020 3049 6365 or
email GST-R.ReferralsLEIPS@nhs.net
NHS England has set a CQUIN (Commissioning for Quality and Innovation
Scheme) target for providers of medium and low secure mental health services Lambeth only: Expert Patients Programme
to offer Recovery College education to service users who may otherwise not be
able to access community based courses and workshops. Only open to Lambeth residents or to people registered with a
Lambeth GP.
During late 2016/early 2017, a group of service users and staff based at
River House, Ward in the Community, and Chaffinch were trained to This is a six-week course for anyone living with any long-term health condition
understand and implement the ethos of co-production and to develop the or impairment. The EPP helps you to learn new skills to manage your condition
facilitation skills required to deliver Recovery College workshops. Working in better and is led by trained tutors who, themselves, live with a long-term
collaboration with SLaM Recovery Colleges staff, the peers and practitioner condition or impairment.
trainers are co-delivering bespoke versions of our community-based workshops
each Friday during term time. Throughout 2017, the Forensic Satellite Hub team The course will be run six times up to the end of November this year, the first
will co-produce workshops designed specifically for the service users, carers start date being Thursday 20th April at Gracefield Gardens Health Centre.
and staff working within the medium and low secure settings.
Lambeth and Southwark only: Living with Diabetes
2017 National Service User Awards
In recognition of the impact the project is already having on the lives of those Only open to Lambeth and Southwark residents or to people registered
involved, it has been chosen as a finalist in the 2017 National Service User with a Lambeth or Southwark GP.
Awards. Members of the training team from River House and SLaM Recovery
College will travel to Old Trafford in Manchester for the award ceremony on This is a five-week course for adults living with type 2 diabetes. The course
April 19th. includes diabetes-specific information within the essential topics for managing
any long-term condition outlined in the Expert Patients Programme. It is
led jointly by a person living with diabetes and a diabetes trained health
professional.

The course will be run six times up to the end of November this year, the first
start date being Wednesday 20th May at West Norwood Health Centre.

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Improvisation courses from the Comedy School Understanding mental health difficulties and treatment

The Comedy School, supported by SLaMs Social Inclusion, Hope and Recovery Project N.B. If we havent yet got a date and venue for the course itll be shown as TBC to
(SHaRP) and SLaM Recovery College, are offering an exciting opportunity for 16 be confirmed. If we are running the same course more than once, each date will be
students who want to develop confidence, learn skills to work alongside others, and identified by a letter, i.e. A, B, C etc. If a course consists of a series of workshops theyll
think on their feet, by using improvisation as the learning method. The seven-week be identified by a numeral, i.e. 1, 2, 3 etc
course has funding from Comic Relief and is also supported by The London Community
Foundation. Introduction to Psychological Therapies
No previous experience of improvisation or performing is required. If you wish to take One-day workshop
Employment Academy 10am-4pm Tue 20 June
part in the seven-week course you will first have to enrol on one of the two taster
sessions. Following these, 16 students will be offered places on the full course.
Understanding Psychosis A
Half-day workshop
Improvisation Taster Session
1.45-hour workshop Chaucer Resource Centre 1:30pm-4:30pm Thu 08 June

Improvisation Taster Session A


SHARP Brixton 11:45am-1:30pm Thu 01 June Understanding Psychosis B
Half-day workshop
Improvisation Taster Session B
Croydon Mind Fairfield House 1:30pm-4:30pm Thu 22 June
SHARP Brixton 11:45am-1:30pm Thu 08 June

Hearing Voices
Seven-week Improvisation Course One-day workshop
Seven-week course | 2.5-hour workshop each week
Chaucer Resource Centre 10am-4:30pm Mon 12 June
SHARP Brixton 1 10:30am-1pm Thu 15 June
SHARP Brixton 2 10:30am-1pm Thu 22 June
SHARP Brixton 3 10:30am-1pm Thu 29 June Understanding Bipolar Disorder
Half-day workshop
SHARP Brixton 4 10:30am-1pm Thu 06 July
Croydon Mind Fairfield House 1:30pm-4:30pm Tue 04 July
SHARP Brixton 5 10:30am-1pm Thu 13 July
SHARP Brixton 6 10:30am-1pm Thu 20 July
Understanding Self Harm
SHARP Brixton 7 10:30am-1pm Thu 27 July Half-day workshop
Venue TBC Time TBC Date TBC

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Understanding Depression A Understanding Eating Disorders
Half-day workshop Half-day workshop
Croydon Mind Orchard House 1:30pm-4:30pm Wed 31 May Employment Academy 1:30pm-4:30pm Thu 15 June

Understanding Depression B Understanding Hoarding


Half-day workshop Half-day workshop
Lewisham Civic Suite 10am-1pm Thu 20 July Venue TBC Time TBC Date TBC

Understanding Anxiety A Understanding the Impact of Substance Use on Mental Health


Half-day workshop One-day workshop
Croydon Mind Orchard House 1:30pm-4:30pm Wed 28 June Chaucer Resource Centre 10am-4pm Thu 25 May

Understanding Anxiety B Alcohol: Friend or Foe A


Half-day workshop One-day workshop
Lewisham Civic Suite 1:30pm-4:30pm Tue 25 July Croydon Mind Orchard House 10am-4pm Wed 17 May

Understanding Panic Disorder Alcohol: Friend or Foe B


Half-day workshop One-day workshop
Southwark Wellbeing Hub 1:30pm-4:30pm Thu 25 May Chaucer Resource Centre 10am-4pm Mon 24 July

Overcoming Panic Disorder If Only Id Known: Caring for Someone with Dementia
Half-day workshop Six two-hour workshops
Southwark Wellbeing Hub 1:30pm-4:30pm Thu 01 June These sessions are for carers of people who have received a recent diagnosis of dementia or
people who think someone they care about may have dementia. The six sessions are:

Understanding Personality Disorder A 1. Talking About Dementia 4. Health of the Person with Dementia
Half-day workshop 2. Dealing with Social Care Emotional
3. Health of the Person with Dementia 5. Care for the Carer
Employment Academy 1:30pm-4:30pm Thu 29 June Physical 6. The Legal Side of Things

For further details, to find out when these workshops will running, and to book a
Understanding Personality Disorder B place, please contact Nirusha Nicholas, Recovery and Engagement Worker, on
Half-day workshop 020 3228 1625 or email her at Nirusha.Nicholas@slam.nhs.uk
Mosaic Clubhouse 10am-1pm Thu 03 August

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Rebuilding your life

N.B. If we havent yet got a date and venue for the course itll be shown as TBC to
Life After Trauma
be confirmed. If we are running the same course more than once, each date will be Half-day workshop
identified by a letter, i.e. A, B, C etc. If a course consists of a series of workshops theyll Employment Academy 1:30pm-4:30pm Tue 13 June
be identified by a numeral, i.e. 1, 2, 3 etc

From Surviving to Thriving


Moving on From Slam to Your GP: All You Need to Know Half-day workshop
One-day workshop Lambeth Vocational Services 1:30pm-4:30pm Tue 18 July
Croydon Mind Fairfield House 10am-4pm Mon 17 July

Understanding and Challenging Stigma A


Introduction to Recovery One-day workshop
One-day workshop Lewisham Civic Suite 10am-4pm Mon 05 June
Croydon Mind Fairfield House 10am-4pm Thu 18 May

Understanding and Challenging Stigma B


Introduction to Recovery & Support Planning One-day workshop
One-day workshop
Croydon Mind Fairfield House 10am-4pm Thu 27 July
Lewisham Civic Suite 10am-4pm Mon 26 June

Lets Talk About Tobacco


Making Changes: Where To Start and How to Maintain Two-hour drop-in session
Two-week course | One-day workshop each week
An opportunity to meet with staff in an in-formal setting to learn more about tobacco and hear
Lewisham Civic Suite 1 10am-4pm Wed 31 May
about the range of treatments and support services that are available to assist smokers who
Lewisham Civic Suite 2 10am-4pm Wed 07 June have an interest in cutting down or quitting smoking. Youll also, if you wanted, have a chance
to have your own carbon monoxide level checked.

N.B. These are drop-in sessions theres no need to book a place, just turn up anytime
Staying Well & Making Plans: Managing the Ups and Downs during the two-hour session.
Two-week course | One-day workshop each week
Lets Talk About Tobacco A
Lewisham Civic Suite 1 10am-4pm Tue 04 July
Chaucer Resource Centre 10am-12noon Tue 23 May
Lewisham Civic Suite 2 10am-4pm Tue 11 July
Lets Talk About Tobacco B
Maudsley Outpatients Department 2pm-4pm Thu 25 May
Managing Your Mood
Lets Talk About Tobacco C
Half-day workshop
Mosaic Clubhouse 1:30pm-4:30pm Tue 30 May Mosaic Clubhouse 2pm-4pm Tue 13 June

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Lets Talk About Tobacco D The Mindful Way to Wellbeing: a Taster Session A
Croydon Mind Fairfield House 1pm-3pm Fri 23 June
Two-hour workshop
It is strongly recommended that students attend this taster workshop, or have some
previous experience of mindfulness, before applying for the five-week Introduction to
Mindfulness course.
Confidence in Social Situations
Two-week Course | One-day workshop followed by a half-day workshop Ortus Learning Centre 10am-12pm Tue 16 May
Venue 1 TBC Time TBC Date TBC
Venue 2 TBC Time TBC Date TBC The Mindful Way to Wellbeing: a Taster Session B
Two-hour workshop
It is strongly recommended that students attend this taster workshop, or have some
Outdoor Sanctuaries and Wellbeing previous experience of mindfulness, before applying for the five-week Introduction to
Half-day workshop Mindfulness course.
SHARP Brixton/Brockwell Park 1pm-5pm Wed 24 May Ortus Learning Centre 2pm-4pm Tue 16 May

Nature and Wellbeing Introduction to Mindfulness A


Half-day workshop Five-week course | Two-hour workshop each week
SHARP Brixton/Sydenham Hill Wood 1pm-5pm Wed 14 June It is strongly recommended that students attend the taster workshop, or have some
previous experience of mindfulness, before applying for this course.
Ortus Learning Centre A1 10am-12pm Tue 06 June
Walking and Wellbeing
Half-day workshop Ortus Learning Centre A2 10am-12pm Tue 13 June
SHARP Brixton/National Theatre 1pm-5pm Wed 05 July Ortus Learning Centre A3 10am-12pm Tue 20 June
Ortus Learning Centre A4 10am-12pm Tue 27 June

Recovering Your Wellbeing Through Creativity Ortus Learning Centre A5 10am-12pm Tue 04 July
One-day workshop
N.B. The Bethlem canteen is closed on Saturdays, so please make sure to bring
your lunch with you. Introduction to Mindfulness B
Five-week course | Two-hour workshop each week
Bethlem OT Department 10am-4pm Sat 08 July
It is strongly recommended that students attend the taster workshop, or have some
previous experience of mindfulness, before applying for this course.

Recovering Your Wellbeing Through Nature Ortus Learning Centre B1 2pm-4pm Tue 06 June
One-day workshop Ortus Learning Centre B2 2pm-4pm Tue 13 June
N.B. The Bethlem canteen is closed on Saturdays, so please make sure to bring
your lunch with you. Ortus Learning Centre B3 2pm-4pm Tue 20 June

Bethlem OT Walled Garden 10am-3pm Sat 10 June Ortus Learning Centre B4 2pm-4pm Tue 27 June
Ortus Learning Centre B5 2pm-4pm Tue 04 July

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Creating the Happiness Habit for Older Adults Telling Your Story
Six-week course | Two-hour workshop each week Eight-week course | Two-hour workshop each week
N.B. Only people over the age of 50 are eligible for this course N.B. After the day 2 session this course will be closed to newcomers.
Last term we could only offer this to our over-50s students who were Lewisham residents, but Bethlem OT Department 1 10:30am-12:30pm Mon 15 May
this term its available to any of our students over 50 wherever they live.
Bethlem OT Department 2 10:30am-12:30pm Mon 22 May
Lewisham Civic Suite 1 1:15pm-4:30pm Thu 01 June
Bethlem OT Department 3 10:30am-12:30pm Mon 05 June
Lewisham Civic Suite 2 1:15pm-4:30pm Thu 08 June
Bethlem OT Department 4 10:30am-12:30pm Mon 12 June
Lewisham Civic Suite 3 1:15pm-4:30pm Thu 15 June
Bethlem OT Department 5 10:30am-12:30pm Mon 19 June
Lewisham Civic Suite 4 1:15pm-4:30pm Thu 22 June
Bethlem OT Department 6 10:30am-12:30pm Mon 26 June
Lewisham Civic Suite 5 1:15pm-4:30pm Thu 29 June
Bethlem OT Department 7 10:30am-12:30pm Mon 03 July
Lewisham Civic Suite 6 1:15pm-4:30pm Thu 06 July
Bethlem OT Department 8 10:30am-12:30pm Mon 10 July

Tree of Life A
Half-day workshop
Croydon Mind Orchard House 10am-1pm Mon 05 June

Tree of Life B
Half-day workshop
Lewisham Civic Suite 10am-1pm Tue 04 July

Tree of Life C
Half-day workshop
Chaucer Resource Centre 10am-1pm Tue 01 August

How To Get a Good Night's Sleep


Half-day workshop
Mosaic Clubhouse 1:30pm-4:30pm Tue 01 August

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Developing knowledge and skills

N.B. If we havent yet got a date and venue for the course itll be shown as TBC to Emotional Intelligence: the path to emotional serenity
Two-week course | One-day workshop each week
be confirmed. If we are running the same course more than once, each date will be
Venue 1 TBC Time TBC Date TBC
identified by a letter, i.e. A, B, C etc. If a course consists of a series of workshops theyll
Venue 2 TBC Time TBC Date TBC
be identified by a numeral, i.e. 1, 2, 3 etc

Mental Health Awareness Introduction to Coaching Techniques for Recovery


One-day workshop Two-week course | One-day workshop each week
Croydon Mind Fairfield House 10am-4pm Tue 23 May Employment Academy 1 10am-4:30pm Thu 01 June
Employment Academy 2 10am-4:30pm Thu 08 June

Mental Health: Disclosure and Your Rights At Work


Half-day workshop
Coaching Techniques Masterclass
Croydon Mind Orchard House 10am-2:30pm Wed 19 July One-day workshop
N.B. Only for students who have previously completed the Introduction to
Coaching Techniques for Recovery course
Ours to Own: Making Human Rights Work for You
Two-week course | One-day workshop followed by half-day workshop Employment Academy 10am-4pm Thu 13 July

Employment Academy 1 10am-4pm Wed 26 July


Employment Academy 2 1:30pm-4:30pm Wed 02 August Universal Credit
Half-day workshop
Croydon Mind Orchard House 10am-1pm Wed 31 May
Understanding Personalisation and the Care Act 2014
One-day workshop
Southwark Carers 10am-4pm Thu 06 July Employment Support Allowance: How to Complete the ESA50 Form
Half-day workshop
Mosaic Clubhouse 10am-1pm Wed 14 June
Using Social Media to Find a Job
One-day workshop
Venue TBC Time TBC Date TBC Personal Independence Payment Explained
Half-day workshop
Mosaic Clubhouse 10am-1pm Wed 07 June
Thats Not What I Meant! How to Build Better Communication and
Understanding in Your Relationships
Half-day workshop
N.B. This workshop is primarily concerned with couples relationships
Mosaic Clubhouse 2pm-5pm Wed 05 July

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Getting involved How to enrol

N.B. If we havent yet got a date and venue for the course itll be shown as TBC to If you have already registered with us, and your contact details havent
be confirmed. If we are running the same course more than once, each date will be changed, theres no need to fill out an enrolment form again. Just email or
identified by a letter, i.e. A, B, C etc. If a course consists of a series of workshops theyll phone us and let us know which courses you want to sign up for.
be identified by a numeral, i.e. 1, 2, 3 etc
Online:

Facilitation Skills Website Download


One-day workshop The easiest way to enrol is online Download the enrolment form from
Lewisham Civic Centre 10am-4pm Tue 27 June via our website: our website, fill it in and email it to:
www.slamrecoverycollege.co.uk enrol@slamrecoverycollege.co.uk
Working Together: Co-production in Action /enrol
Half-day workshop
Post/Email:
Chaucer Resource Centre 1:30pm-4:30pm Mon 10 July
If you would like to be sent a copy of the enrolment form
please contact:
Getting Involved in Peer Support
Half-day workshop Post: Email:
Employment Academy 1:30pm-4:30pm Wed 28 June SLaM Recovery College hello@slamrecoverycollege.co.uk
Enrolments
Volunteering and Recovery A 1st Floor Administration Building
Half-day workshop Maudsley Hospital
Chaucer Resource Centre 1:30pm-4:30pm Thu 08 June Denmark Hill
London
Volunteering and Recovery B SE5 8AZ
Half-day workshop
Lewisham Civic Suite 10am-1pm Wed 05 July
Phone
Our team can support you to fill out the form over the phone if youd prefer.
Telephone: 020 3228 3643

Cancellations
Please let us know as soon as possible if you are unable to attend a course
or workshop for which you have enrolled, giving as much notice as you can,
so we can offer your place to another student.

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Need our help in any way?

Additional support If you have more specific access requirements, please tell us in the space
provided on the enrolment form.
If you feel that you need additional help in getting to a class or in fully
taking part, please let us know in the space provided on the enrolment Can a carer, friend, or family member come to the
form. We understand there can be things which make getting to and course to support me?
participating in education more difficult such as:
Absolutely, but we would ask that they take an active part and book onto
Feeling worried or stressed about being in groups and talking the course by enrolling as a student too.
Having difficulty getting to places on time or using public transport
Problems with concentration Do you provide refreshments?
Dyslexia or other learning challenges
Vision or hearing impairments Like any other college, we do not provide students with free food and
Mobility difficulties or pain that prevents you from sitting comfortably drink. Most, if not all, of the venues we use offer tea and coffee, although
sometimes these may need to be purchased (depending on the venues
We will do our best to make it as easy as possible for you to take part. facilities). We are not able to provide lunch, and it is advisable that you
bring something with you if the course lasts all day just in case the shops
Volunteer travel buddies may be available to support you to attend our are a distance away from the venue.
workshops and courses.
Remember: our courses are free of charge!
Course materials
Will you pay my travel costs?
Please tell us in advance if you will require course materials in a more
accessible format (i.e. in large print, on a coloured background or in a Similarly we cannot reimburse you for your travel costs.
particular font you find easy to read) and we will do our best to meet
your request. I still have questions. Is there someone I can talk to?

Disabled access Of course! If you would like to chat to us about these or any other issues,
please call our office on 020 3228 3643.
We try to ensure that the venues we use for courses and workshops are
fully accessible and have disabled toilet facilities.

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Venues

Details for all our venues, including maps and travel information, SHARP Brixton Lambeth Vocational Services
can be found on our website: 308 - 312 Brixton Road 3-6 Beale House
www.slamrecoverycollege.co.uk/venues London 45 Lingham Street
SW9 6AA London
Ortus Learning Centre The Employment Academy & SW9 9HG
82-96 Grove Lane Southwark Wellbeing Hub T: 020 3228 7050
Denmark Hill 29 Peckham Road T: 020 3228 6800
London London
Lewisham Civic Suite Croydon Mind Orchard House
SE5 8SN SE5 8UA
Catford Road 15A Purley Road
London South Croydon
T: 020 3701 1641 T (EA): 020 7702 4260
SE6 4RU CR2 6EZ
T (SWH): 020 3751 9684

Maudsley Outpatients Southwark Carers T: 020 8314 7000 T: 020 8253 8200
Department 3rd Floor Walworth Methodist Church
Maudsley Hospital 54 Camberwell Road
Croydon Mind Fairfield House Bethlem OT Department &
Denmark Hill London
10 Altyre Road Bethlem OT Walled Garden
London SE5 0EN
East Croydon Bethlem Royal Hospital
SE5 8AZ
CR0 5LA Monks Orchard Road
T: 020 7708 4497
Beckenham
T: 020 8688 1210 BR3 3BX
Chaucer Resource Centre Mosaic Clubhouse
13 Ann Moss Way 65 Effra Road
T: 020 3228 4176
London Brixton
SE16 2TH London
SW2 1BZ
T: 020 3228 9800
T: 020 7924 9657

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Visit our website

Visit our website to find out more about the college and for regular Courses, Timetable, Venues and Enrol pages
updates on any new courses, as well as any cancellations or changes to
published dates and venues. Brief descriptions of every course we are running this term, the latest
timetable and updates, maps and travel information for our venues, and
www.slamrecoverycollege.co.uk the various ways you can enrol.

Home Downloads and Links page

Three films which will give you a feel for what its like to be a student Lots of guides, booklets and other information to download as well as links
with us: a 15 minute introduction to the college and the way its run, to various related charities, projects and organisations.
a film about the Tree of Life workshop, and a film about the Comedy
School Improvisation course.

Recovery page

What we mean by recovery and three films: one about the Dragon Caf
project, one about Sydenham Gardens, and one from the filmmaker
Michelle McNary about the concept of recovery and what it means through
the personal experiences of four people who have been diagnosed
with schizophrenia.

Wellbeing page

An introduction to the Wheel of Wellbeing project and a film about


wellbeing made by SLaM's SHARP (Social Inclusion, Hope and Recovery
Project) team and Michelle McNary.

Three downloads: SLaMs Physical Health and Wellbeing booklet and two
Staying Well plans from the CNWL Trust My Health and Wellbeing Plan
and My Advance Statement of Preferences and Wishes.

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