Welcome to Recovery College Online; providing a range of online educational courses and resources to people who might be struggling with mental health issues, families, friends, mental health workers and anyone else who might be interested.
Navigate your way around the site by using the menu or search bar. Information pages have been co-produced by people who have real life experience of each topic. You will also find external site links, published documents and information about support groups which may be of use to you.
You can complete online courses covering a variety of mental health and wellbeing topics for free by using the 'log in' button at the top of the page or via the link below. Create an account and complete the courses in your own time, at your own pace.Read more
What do we mean by the term 'recovery'? Personal recovery is about the building of a meaningful and satisfying life, with or without ongoing difficulties/symptoms.Read more
Find out more about the importance of connectedness to your wellbeing, making new connections, managing existing ones and taking a look into what connectedness means for you.Read more
Spirituality, or looking for meaning in life is a personal thing. For some people it means religious belief, but many believe that spirituality doesn't have to be religious. Listening to beautiful music or appreciating nature may be spiritual experiences for some.Read more
If you'd like to share your story or experiences, either as a service user, carer, family member or mental health professional, we'd love to hear from you! You can also share any views and feedback of the website. Use the 'contact us' form at the top of the page or via the link below.Read more
Keep up-to-date with what's happening on the website and course information on Facebook (/recoverycollegeonline) and Twitter (@_RCOnline_)
The information for children, young people, and their parents and carers is now live on the website. More information and courses to launch soon...
Providing a range of online educational courses and resources to people with experience of mental illness, from service users to their family, friends and staff.
Physical health is really important to wellbeing. Here you will find more information