Tackling loneliness (19+)

Face to Face Recovery College Courses (18+)

Feeling lonely and isolated can make life challenging, especially during a crisis. It can be difficult to know how to help. This workshop is delivered by Red Cross and aims to give you the opportunity to speak openly about how it might feel to be lonely or isolated and learn skills to help others who may be suffering. Using group discussion to address the complex causes and effects of loneliness, there will be a chance to reflect and share personal experiences too. We will also discuss and practise how to be an effective listener in order to support others.

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