Book courses

Our Spring term will run from Wednesday 19th February until Thursday 23rd April.
We accept a maximum of 12 students per class so make sure you book in advance to avoid disappointment. You will be contacted beforehand to confirm your attendance. If this is not confirmed, your place may be given to someone else.

About Our Courses

Courses to help you reach a deeper understanding of yourself and your experiences.
Courses to help you understand mental and physical health, diagnosis and services.
Courses to help you get the most out of everyday life.
Courses on building work and study skills, giving something back and moving forward.

The College

Courses cover a range of areas that might support recovery; including tools and strategies to gain a deeper understanding of yourself and your experiences, education about mental and physical health, helpful tips on practical life skills and how to get involved in study and work opportunities.
“Co-production is an equal relationship between people who use services and the people responsible for services. They work together from design to delivery, sharing strategic decision making about policies as well as the best way to deliver services”.
- National Co-production Advisory Group
You can enrol as a student in one of our courses if you have experience of using mental health services in Tower Hamlets, work in health and wellbeing services in Tower Hamlets, know or care for someone with mental health challenges in Tower Hamlets, live or work in Tower Hamlets and want to find out more about mental health, recovery and wellbeing.