Wellness and Recovery College

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    Marjory McCallum
    Mon, Tues, Wed, Thurs (9am-5pm)
    T: 01387 345866
    E: DGWRC@uws.ac.uk

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  • The Dumfries and Galloway Wellness and Recovery College, is a local initiative that delivers a range of wellness and recovery focussed learning and development opportunities. Courses will provide students with a range of learning opportunities, these may include: 

    • Learning skills and strategies to cope with challenging times, for example in relation to change and loss  
    • Strengthening personal coping skills 
    • Developing and maintaining positive relationships
    • Helping to understand personal responses to situations  

    Courses vary in content and length. You may be interested in signing up for just one course or more. We welcome contact by email or phone to discuss options and answer queries. Course Programme:  January - July 2017.   *** Please see our news section for recent updates on DGWRC (June 2017)

     To make a booking complete our Course Booking Form alternatively email/phone Marjory McCallum on (01387) 345 866 DGWRC@uws.ac.uk   (Please note: you will require to save the booking form before adding your details and returning it to us) . 

    Do you have ideas for courses? 

    We are looking for people who are interested in being involved in the development and delivery of courses. If you have an idea for a course and would like to discuss this please get in touch with Marjory by email dgwrc@uws.ac.uk or telephone (01387) 345 866

  • If you have any queries about our activities please do not hesitate to contact us by phoning 01387 345 866 or using the details provided or use the online form below.

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  • What participants said:
    "It was beneficial to listening to everyone's different or indeed similar situations and how they deal with things."

    "Sharing experiences of what works sharing how carers are experiencing anxiety about a loved one was really useful."

    "I enjoyed being within a broad mix of people and having all experiences discussed. The structure and delivery of the course allowed for this."

    "This has given me a better understanding of how to best support my family member including right/wrong things to do and say!"