What can help
What can help

Storytelling is one of the foundations of our culture. We can create connections by sharing stories – especially those that offer inspiration and hope. Recovery in mental health is not always well understood; sharing your story makes personal recovery come alive. It also supports values and strengthens lessons learned from life experiences. It helps to build community and create connections.

You can find lots of inspirational stories; use the search bar at the top to find stories relevant to you. To return to this page after a search, please press the back button in your browser.

Alternatively if you are a registered student and would like to write your story and want to share it, please contact us. You can find out more about getting involved on our student development programme page.

MSc Mental Health Recovery and Social Inclusion (Online) course

Louisa Whorrod
Tuesday, February 23, 2021

MSc Mental Health Recovery and Social Inclusion (Online) course

The university of Hertfordshire is looking for a large cohort of clinicians and people with lived experience join them on this nationally and internationally ground breaking programme.

“We recruit those with a first degree but also those without a traditional educational background who have lived experience of mental distress. We are looking for students from around the world with a passion for authentic mental health recovery focused service delivery and care who want to work collaboratively and make innovative change happen. Come and join in this exciting educational experience, a learning community is here to welcome you and we offer exceptional student support to help you on your way.  Any questions at all, none too small or insignificant contact the programme leader Audrey Campbell a.campbell20@herts.ac.uk

To find out more or apply online, visit: Mental Health Recovery and Social Inclusion (Online) | Courses | University of Hertfordshire (herts.ac.uk)