Places on courses are subject to availability and will be confirmed to you within two weeks.
We endeavour to run all courses according to our timetable; however, some courses may be cancelled or changed at short notice. Additional courses may also be added – please check this site for details and the most up-to-date information.
This course offers an introductory insight into autism and aims to disabuse the myths, offering hope to those on the autistic spectrum.
We look at medical and physiological causes, treatments available and self-help resources, and “What you always wanted to know about your medication”.
This course helps you to make sense of and cope with psychotic symptoms, exploring the causes of psychosis and what can help towards recovery.
We look at the unique issues faced by young people as they move through this, sometimes difficult, transition phase of life.
Developing a connection to local and global communities, feeling closer to nature and watching things grow are just a few of the ways gardening can make you feel good.
We offer opportunities for students to experience the soothing powers of nature, and gain confidence and self-esteem in a safe woodland environment.
Delivered in association with Make Your Mark Arts and Health, this course is an opportunity to discover the sound and movement we hold within ourselves.