Studying can be a positive and enjoyable experience. It can help to build confidence, increase your skills and improve your mental health.
When my own mental health was at its worst and and my brain malfunctioning over a year ago I honestly thought I would never be able to study again.
Now I am on my journey to recovery and pursuing my creative wellness project I now feel able to embrace learning and here I will capture my achievements in 2020. July 2020 - Art Therapy
The objective of the course is to introduce art therapy and look at how to benefit from the practice in your own life, or to help others to gain happiness, self-awareness and relaxation from art based therapy. A beginners course with an aim to get an insight and understanding of an art therapist, its history packed with information and exercises to learn most recent research and life through the medium of creation. July 2020 - Hidden Secrets Of Psychology - Why Do People Do The Things They Do?
A free online psychology course will teach you about behavioural psychology, or "why people do what they do". Learning how self-image determines what you will and won't do and how pain and pleasure impact your life. The secret to making this knowledge work for you, not against you. How to banish personal illusions, unleash your hidden potential, free yourself from your past, and more! https://alison.com/course/hidden-secrets-of-psychology-why-do-people-do-the-things-they-do June 2020 - Mental Health Awareness Certificate
In studying mental health awareness to understand more the condition, that each patient will have different needs and must be assessed professionally. https://newskillsacademy.co.uk June 2020 - Meet your brain: a short introduction to neuroscience
In studying the brain it helps to explain why things are the way they are and how the brain works. Psychology and science. Discover how 4 brain-structures control our emotions and decisions. https://www.udemy.com/
This blog aims to share that its still possible to learn something you are passionate about on your mental wellness journey.
Posted 29th June 2020 by Debbie Crouch