Processing and regulating emotions

This course is aimed at learners with a lived experience of addiction and recovery and offers an innovative learning opportunity which addresses the specific recovery needs of the participants and builds confidence, recognising that self-esteem/self-belief are essential to progression into further learning, volunteering and/or employment. The course aims to improve people's wellbeing, self-esteem, self-awareness, and ability to self-nurture, developing individual confidence/resilience and supporting people to maintain their successful recovery from problematic substance use. The course will include: an insight into how internal and external factors have influenced their own framework of attitudes and expectations of themselves, covering; beliefs and values, gender, internal dialogue and peer pressure. Learners will gain a deeper understanding of self and be able to describe and understand the difference between conditional self-esteem (CSE) and true self-esteem (TSE), developing resilience, confidence and coping skills to support/maintain their recovery and progression.

This course starts on Fri, Nov 20, 2020 and ends on Fri, Dec 11 2020
The start time is 10:30 AM and the finish time is 12:30 PM (2 hours)

At: The Recovery Academy
The Old Chapel
43 Westfield Road
Leeds
LS3 1DG

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This course is provided by Humankind

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Who is it for?

adults in recovery from drug and alcohol use.
Often courses are open to everyone, so please contact the course provider to ask.

Add the first course (at Fri, Nov 20, 2020) to your calendar:

private 2020-11-20 10:30:00 2020-11-20 12:30:00 Europe/London Processing and regulating emotions - Leeds Adult Learning This course is aimed at learners with a lived experience of addiction and recovery and offers an innovative learning opportunity which addresses the specific recovery needs of the participants and builds confidence, recognising that self-esteem/self-belief are essential to progression into further learning, volunteering and/or employment. The course aims to improve people's wellbeing, self-esteem, self-awareness, and ability to self-nurture, developing individual confidence/resilience and supporting people to maintain their successful recovery from problematic substance use. The course will include: an insight into how internal and external factors have influenced their own framework of attitudes and expectations of themselves, covering; beliefs and values, gender, internal dialogue and peer pressure. Learners will gain a deeper understanding of self and be able to describe and understand the difference between conditional self-esteem (CSE) and true self-esteem (TSE), developing resilience, confidence and coping skills to support/maintain their recovery and progression.
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