This course uses ideas and techniques from Cognitive Behavioural Therapy to help you understand and overcome your anxiety.
This is not group therapy; there is no expectation that you should talk about your difficulties. Instead, we encourage you to try out ideas and exercises during sessions and in between.
Together, we will cover:
- What is anxiety?
- How has anxiety developed for me and what keeps it going ?
- Goal setting: What I would like to be different
- Personalised techniques for managing and reducing anxiety and worry
- Ways to strengthen and maintain my mental health.
The course comprises five weekly sessions of two hours. To get the full benefits of the course, you need to commit to attending all sessions and to carrying out the takeaway tasks.
Dates and times
The most recent Anxiety Aid course finished on 25 March. We are currently planning the next course and will publicise dates here as soon as we have them.
This course is only available to students referred in by a member of the Counselling and Mental Health team or one of the Wellbeing Advisers.