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Counselling Workshops and Courses

Courses and workshops to help you manage mental health problems and develop emotional wellbeing

Anxiety Aid

Anxiety Aid is a five-week course that will help you understand and reduce anxiety


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  • Identify what makes you feel anxious and what keeps the anxiety going.
  • Learn how to calm the nervous system and deal with unhelpful thoughts.
  • Try out ways to feel the fear and do it anyway.

How to Have a Good Day

Mired in low mood? Life flat and colourless? This free course could help you recover your vitality


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  • Start enjoying life again
  • Connect better with others
  • Feel more purposeful
  • Build lasting wellbeing and resilience

Food for Thought

A five-week course for students caught up in problematic patterns of eating


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Do you have a love/hate relationship with food? Does eating make you anxious or do you turn to food to cope? If you'd like to change unhelpful patterns of eating, then this course can help.

  • Break unhelpful cycles of behaviour
  • Develop healthy coping strategies
  • Make meaningful change

Connect More

Overly nervous in social situations? Hate being the centre of attention? This short course could help you manage social anxiety and connect more easily with others.


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  • Understand social anxiety and how unhelpful thoughts and behaviours maintain it
  • Learn tools from Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for managing social anxiety
  • Practise interacting with others in a supportive setting

Mindfulness for Life

Learn mindfulness meditation to reduce stress and anxiety, improve your mood and deal with the challenges of daily life. A five-week online course


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  • Understand how the way we think about the world affects our emotions and actions.
  • Establish a daily mindfulness practice as the basis for learning to respond more consciously to life and the challenges it brings.
  • Notice unhelpful thinking patterns and shift into ways of thinking that better support your wellbeing.

Moving On After Trauma

If you're suffering as a result of trauma, we may suggest you take part in our Moving On After Trauma course


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  • Understand the impact of trauma on the brain and body
  • Learn practical, evidence-based tools and techniques to reduce the symptoms of traumatisation
  • Improve your self-care

Questions?

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