What is a PEER SUPPORT GROUP?

Peer support is when two or more people with similar experiences get together in person or electronically to share their experiences, to learn together how to move past the difficulties this has created in their lives, to give each other hope, and to support each other as they do the things they want to do and make their lives the way they want them to be.


WRAP: Wellness Recovery Action Plan

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 A Complex PTSD peer support group

with a difference


The Survivors Hub is also a learning experience, where you will acquire knowledge and new skills to work with the lasting effects of repetitive interpersonal trauma.

This five month course could help if you have been impacted by adverse childhood experiences (ACEs), and you want to experience a 'holistic approach' to add to your journey of recovery. Recovery Code X has the philosophy of treating a person from the understanding of spiritual wholeness, helping provide methods to work with each level - mind, body, emotions and spiritual connection.


The group is facilitated by a professional counsellor MBACP registered.

Start date: Wednesday 9th December 2020*
7.00pm to 9.00pm GMT


APPLY NOW!


Download the Assessment form, complete and return to admin@recoverycodex.org


* Subject to minimum number of applicants.


Assessment Form

Survivors Hub Assessment Form.docx 652.2KB

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OUR PLEDGE


At Recovery Code X we see you first and foremost as people with shared experiences, rather than as patients.






 

 

 To access the Survivors Hub you can refer yourself or ask your GP to refer you.

 To register, download and complete the assessment form below and return to admin@recoverycodex.org.


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