Join us to find out about the meaning, benefit and challenges of ‘Positive Risk Taking’, both for people involved with mental health services and those caring for them.
Positive risk-taking: a 3-week course for mental health carers
Join us for this specialised course, to help carers in understanding the meaning, benefit and challenges of ‘Positive Risk Taking’, both within the context of mental health services but also in their day-to-day life as carers.
This course will be especially useful to carers with loved ones who are under secondary care services (CMHRS), although we welcome carers of all people with mental health difficulties. It will also be suitable for carers of someone who has been admitted to inpatient psychiatric services and/or those who use crisis services. The course dates are 5th October, 12th October and 9th November.
The course is led by Anna Preston, Consultant Clinical Psychologist (Lead Psychologist for Acute Care) Inpatient Services with Surrey and Borders Partnership and Ann Gavin, who is herself a carer.
How to join us for this event…
To book your place, please complete the ‘I am interested in this event’ form below – but please note that the places are limited.
Please note that this is a video event using Zoom, you will be sent the access code ahead of the session.
For information on how to use Zoom, please have a look at the handy guide below.