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Leila Persaud

Leila Persaud

Leila Persaud BA, MPhil, MMus, has been involved in the social care sector in London for twenty five years, and undertaken several roles in homelessness and in mental health provision. She also worked in the areas of Quality, and Policy in the sector.

She has worked in the field of adult education and lectured both in London and in Guyana.  Her experience in both sectors, in her view, has better equipped her to undertake the role of Coordinator at St Mungo’s Recovery College.  She was involved in the College from it since its inception in autumn 2012, and with students, volunteers, and tutors, has helped shape its development. 

Key note: Abstract

Recovery, the Individual and Community: St Mungo’s Recovery College as a Case Study

What is the individual’s need for community?  How might individuals be supported to develop community engagement skills?  How might a sense of community in an organisation be created? These and other questions will be explored in this paper using St Mungo’s Recovery College in London as a basis.

Workshop: Abstract

Designing a Recovery-Centred Session or Activity

In this interactive session you’ll have the opportunity to try designing a recovery-centred activity or course, based on the principles used by St Mungo’s Recovery College.


Workshop 2017 Werner Schütze (DE)

Dr. Werner Schütze:

We wholeheartedly invite you to an experiential workshop, centered on the experience of being in dialogue. The workshop is suited for people who are interested in the field of mental health care, are currently working in the field, or wish doing so in future.

When: 24. - 25. 11. 2017
Where: Brno

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