Workshops and Groups

 

Groups 

SMART Recovery Group


 

SMART Recovery Group

 SMART is on pause for the summer until September 2022, so check back then for more details.
 In the meantime you can find a local or online meeting on the SMART UK website.

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Time to take back control with SMART Recovery at UoB! 

Struggling with addiction? To alcohol, drugs, phones, social media, porn, shopping….or anything that feels like it’s getting in the way of living your life.

SMART stands for Self Management and Recovery Training and is a group programme for anyone who is struggling with addiction. It provides science-based tools and techniques to help people in the 4 main points of SMART recovery – Building and maintaining motivation, Coping with Urges, Managing Thoughts, Feelings and behaviours and Living a Balanced Life.

You can find lots more information on SMART Recovery here: Self-Help Addiction Recovery | UK Smart Recovery

You are very welcome to just turn up or if you would like to ask any questions about SMART Recovery just drop us an email on mhw@contacts.bham.ac.uk

 

Workshops

Developing tools to manage stress and anxiety

When: Tuesday 25th January

Time: 1-2pm

Location: Zoom

Join us for this one hour online workshop to learn tools and techniques to help manage stress and anxiety during your University years.

Led by a Therapeutic Practitioner from the Mental Health and Wellbeing Service, you will learn a number of exercises designed to help you feel calm during times of stress including how to manage the physical symptoms of stress and worry based thoughts.

You will need somewhere quiet and comfortable and to be in a space where you won’t be interrupted.

Further information and booking can be found on the UoBe Festival booking site.

Discover relaxation and visualisation techniques

When: Wednesday 26th January

Time: 10-11am

Location: Zoom

Join us for this one hour online workshop where you will learn how to use relaxation and visualisation techniques to create a sense of calm and safety as you adjust to the new University environment.

Led by a Therapeutic Practitioner from the Mental Health and Wellbeing Service, this session will involve listening to exercises – no other participation is required except to follow the instructions!

You will need a quiet and comfortable space to sit/lie down where you can relax and won't be interrupted, and can choose to have your camera turned off.

Further information and booking can be found on the UoBe Festival booking site.

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