Our wellbeing courses are open to everyone in the community, offering you the opportunity to gain a better understanding of different mental health problems. The courses are designed to be suitable for people who have either experienced mental health problems, or for their family, friends and carers who support people with lived experience of mental health issues.
Each course explores techniques, skills, and interventions to build your resilience as well as growing your knowledge.
You will need to complete a referral to join one of our wellbeing courses; please click below to be taken to the referral form page.
Good to know:
Our courses are delivered over a period of 4-6 weeks, with weekly sessions lasting between 1 to 2 hours.
We offer both in-person and online options to make our courses as accessible as possible.
Anger isn’t a mental health problem, it’s a normal emotion that we all have, however, anger can contribute to mental health problems and make existing problems worse.
This course is for anyone who wants to learn how to deal with it in a constructive and healthy way.
Our Anger Management course looks at what is anger, unhelpful beliefs around anger, self awareness, challenging thoughts and coping strategies.
Our Anxiety Management course gives you the opportunity to gain a good understanding of the different types of anxiety and how they can affect individuals.
There will also be the opportunity to learn techniques, skills and interventions to help manage anxious episodes.
This course is suitable for anyone with a history of anxiety or who are currently experiencing any anxious episodes. We also welcome family or friends who wish to learn what will be helpful for their loved one.
If you're struggling with depression, you're not alone. This course is designed to help you explore your experience of depression in a supportive and non-judgmental environment.
Through group discussions, handouts, and informal sharing of personal experiences (if you feel comfortable), you'll gain a better understanding of your mental health and what you can do to improve your experience of living with depression.
Food and Mood
What we eat can have a big impact on how we feel. In this course, you'll learn how to make informed choices about what you eat to support your mental health and wellbeing. Through a combination of group discussions and practical exercises, you'll discover how to identify foods that can boost your mood and energy levels, as well as those that can leave you feeling sluggish or irritable. Join us to take the first step towards a happier, healthier you.
Through the use of relaxation techniques, lifestyle changes, and challenging thinking, participants will learn how to effectively manage stress and build the skills needed to cope with life's challenges.
The course is designed to encourage group involvement and discussion, providing a supportive environment for informal sharing of personal experiences. With the help of handouts and other resources, participants will develop practical skills to help navigate life's curveballs.
+ Life Transitions
In this combined course, you will learn practical strategies for managing the negative impact of big life changes, such as job loss or a breakup. You'll also discover how getting to know yourself better can help you build a better future.
By understanding your values, strengths, and weaknesses, you'll be better equipped to navigate change and set goals that align with your priorities. Join us to gain the tools you need to thrive in the face of life's challenges.