Posted: 20 April 2020
Self-care is more than a trend or buzz word. That’s why discovery convos spent some time speaking with people from all walks of life about what self-care means to them.
Posted: 20 February 2020
Do you know what functional fixedness is? Read what our friend Neha has to say about it.
Posted: 23 January 2020
For Shelley, knitting is a way she expresses herself.
Posted: 1 October 2019
If you’re wondering what a diagnosis even is, you’re not alone…
Posted: 23 September 2019
A collection of stories, resources and ideas about self-harm.
Posted: 10 September 2019
Don’t know what to expect from our Making Sense of your Senses course? Rick shares his experience with discovery college.
Posted: 2 September 2019
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Posted: 27 August 2019
Are you interested in learning more about Mindfulness? Click below!
Posted: 26 August 2019
dc: How would you describe sensory work? Olivia: There’s lots of different terms for it – sensory modulation, sensory strategies, sensory whatever (Ha!). It’s so broad and can be used in so many ways. dc: For someone who might not quite understand, what is an example of a sensory strategy? Olivia: A strategy could
Posted: 23 August 2019
dc: What do you think makes our courses different in mental health? Anne: The depth that goes into the preparation and planning of these course is very impressive. I could tell you that it’s highly professional but it is also that when you come along to a course, the course embraces you. You feel comfortable,
Posted: 21 August 2019
We’ve got a course – What is it About Medication? – which tries and looks at all the different perspectives and experiences to do with taking medication for mental health. Take it. Don’t take it. Take it for awhile and then slowly come off. Meditate instead of medicate. Listen to one doctor. Listen to another.
Posted: 20 August 2019
When I was asked to co-facilitate a mindfulness course at discovery college, I didn’t even know how to envision it. What does discovery college even mean? Is it a group of people talking about feelings or is it a prestigious university? And am I even qualified to talk about mindfulness when the attendees probably know