Our Recovery Programmes

The professionals in the Hummingbird Project have developed a vast range and depth of experience in delivering support, both in one to one and group therapeutic environments. We are equipped to provide our customers a bespoke and innovative service, dependent on their needs, whether that be as recovery courses for service users or mental health educational sessions for staff or volunteers. Though we are keen to not pigeon hole what we can offer, below are some examples of the work that we do…

  • Let’s Talk Mental Health
  • Wellness Recovery Action Plan Training (WRAP)
  • Exploring Anxiety and Stress Management
  • Managing Occupational Stress
  • “Shift Happens” – Adapting to Change
  • Managing Challenging Emotions
  • Anger Management
  • Relationships in Recovery
  • Food and Mood
  • Building Self Esteem and Confidence
  • Understanding Depression
  • Recovery through Employment
  • 5 Ways to Wellbeing
  • One 2 one Recovery Mentoring

The professionals in the Hummingbird Project have developed a vast range and depth of experience in delivering support in a one to one and group therapeutic environments.

Recovery mentorship is a psycho educational programme which embraces the strengths based approach and uses the 5 key concepts of recovery. Pyscho education, the goal of which is to help people better understand (and become accustomed to living with) mental health conditions, is an essential aspect of all our therapeutic programs. It is based on the concept that those who have a thorough understanding of the challenges they are facing, knowledge of personal coping abilities, internal and external resources and their own strengths are often better able to address difficulties. This will help them feel more in control of the condition(s), and have a greater internal capacity to work toward mental and emotional well-being.

Throughout the mentorship programme we will work alongside the client to identify their barriers to wellness and support them to make an action plan to manage their illness, set achievable goals and develop their own safety strategy for when they face difficulties. For those clients that have been identified with mild to moderate mental ill health, this programme will measure and provide significant progress. Clients progression and stabilisation will be measured using the Warwick Edinburgh Scale and our own progress reporting paperwork.

8 Mentoring Sessions is recommended for each client