Are you feeling overwhelmed? Does the smallest setback bring on big emotions? Do you find it hard to communicate what you want?
This short workshop will help you understand the causes and symptoms of stress and learn methods from Cognitive Behavioural Theory (CBT) for effectively reducing your stress levels.
Most people would admit that they sometimes put off doing important tasks. But if procrastination is stopping you leading the life you want to, then this short workshop will teach you techniques from Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) to overcome this tendency.
Wednesday 18 March 2020 2pm - 4pm
Are you constantly thinking of all the ways things could go wrong? Do you find it hard to control your worrying? Do you feel afraid that something awful might happen?
In this short workshop, learn about the nature of worrying and identify your own worries and what keeps these going. Then learn practical techniques drawn from Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) for managing worry.
Do you find it difficult to get to sleep, find yourself waking throughout the night or in the early hours? Over time, lack of sleep can cause anxiety, low mood and physical health problems. This short workshop will help you:
- understand the importance of good sleep.
- learn ways to improve your sleep.
- reduce unnecessary worries and expectations about sleep.
How to book your place
To book a place on any of these one-off, short workshops, visit the website of our NHS partners BANES Talking Therapies and click on the link to the course you want (for courses starting after 5pm click on the evening courses button - all our courses clearly state Bath University). Booking for courses opens around a month before the start date.