Publish date: 11 June 2019

The Grenfell Health and Wellbeing Service together with CNWL’s Recovery & Wellbeing College are running a pilot project, offering free workshops on personal recovery, resilience building and wellbeing for the North Kensington community.

“We are committed to working in co-production with the community to deliver workshops and courses that are culturally relevant to the wellbeing needs of people in Kensington and Chelsea,” said Dr Sue Williams, Chartered Counselling Psychologist, who is part of the team working on the project.

The project will consist of five courses that include sessions on developing resilience and self-compassion, and spirituality and wellbeing. All courses are co-produced by practitioners and people using services, and are co-delivered by both a peer trainer and a practitioner trainer.

It is open to anyone living in Kensington and Chelsea but you need to book your place.

You can book by calling 0203 214 5686 or emailing

CNWL’s Recovery & Wellbeing College is a learning and development centre that provides a range of courses, workshops and resources for staff and people using CNWL services, their carers, supporters, and families.

See the poster here for more information. 

If the pilot is successful the project’s organisers will look at potentially setting up a Grenfell recovery college in the community.