Wild Walks for Wellbeing – NEW

New skills

In this practical workshop Sow the City will give you the knowledge and confidence to support yourself and others on engaging in nature walks and gain an appreciation of how nature can positively impact wellbeing.

Confidence & Strengths: Surprising Yourself and Inspiring Others – NEW

Kick Starting

The Confidence and Strengths course was created, designed, and developed by a service user with lived experience of mental health difficulties. The aim of the course was for them to share knowledge, skills, and experiences to support others to build upon their confidence and strengths with the aid of an interactive card game.

Raising Awareness Around Hoarding Behaviours

Mental Health

The behaviours which characterise hoarding are the acquiring of too many possessions and difficulty getting rid of them when they are no longer useful or needed. These behaviours can lead to clutter and disorganisation and threaten a persons health and safety, and lead to significant distress.

An Introduction to Housing Law

Taking Control

Find out the answers to Housing Law questions, and more, on this half day course with the University of Law. This course will help you identify housing issues and explore how to access support either for yourself or someone you may be supporting. 

Creative Writing – Updated

There is growing evidence to suggest that the physical act of writing has a positive effect on our wellbeing. Many people feel drawn to write down their feelings and experiences in journals, poems and songs especially when they’re feeling strong emotions such as grief, despair, love or joy.

Being Age Friendly

This session explores why ‘Being Age Friendly’ should be everyone’s business and has been designed using the expertise of Buzz’s age friendly neighbourhoods team, Buzz’s knowledge and information service, the World Health Organisation, Age Friendly Manchester and local older residents.

Job Application Skills

Some people in recovery from mental health and/or substance misuse problems may have been out of education, training or employment for some time.

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