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Bromley Recovery College

Bromley Recovery College, part of Bromley Recovery Works, offers workshops and courses which combine enjoyment, fun and knowledge to enable students to achieve a greater insight into their own mental wellbeing.

The Bromley Recovery College curriculum is aimed at informing and exploring ways to manage mental health problems, improve your wellbeing and skills, and help you achieve personal goals and ambitions. Its free peer and professional-led courses and groups are held across the borough.

Our curriculum

A group of walkers from Bromley Recovery CollegeWe run numerous engaging and supportive groups and courses throughout the year. Current activities include Walking with Nature, Understanding Stress and Anxiety, and Tai Chi.

See our Autumn programme for full details of what’s on. Please note: all of our activities have been developed and adapted in response to the conditions created by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Volunteer with us

At the heart of the Recovery College is a highly motivated and experienced team, including people with their own lived experience of mental health problems and recovery, who work together to co-produce the curriculum.

If you would like to get involved with the college by becoming a volunteer, please contact Charlie Carpenter, Bromley Recovery College Principal, on 07745 182738 / Charlie.carpenter@blgmind.org.uk or Lorraine Gordon, Deputy Recovery College Principal, on 07718 445559 / Lorraine.gordon@blgmind.org.uk.

Just some of the positive feedback we have received from students:

“It has been very enlightening and has opened my eyes to different techniques and skills to use as coping mechanisms.”

“Welcoming, non-judgmental and made me feel comfortable. Tutors engaging and full of knowledge.”

“Great fun, great to interact with people and exercise brain. Brilliant, relaxed, positive facilitators and tutors.”

Contact us

To chat to someone about attending courses or volunteering at Bromley Recovery College, please telephone 020 8289 5020 or use the ‘Contact us’ form below.

Contact us