Have the events of the past 18 months impacted your mental health?

Do you struggle with low mood or anxiety?

Are you feel stressed and finding it hard to motivate yourself?

Join our webinar series to learn ways to relax, improve your mood, manage your worries and improve your sleep. Please call us on 01895 206800 or email us at hillingdontalkingtherapies.cnwl@nhs.net to register your interest in attending any of these webinars.

Webinar name Webinar details Webinar date and time
Worry management

Worry can be helpful when it spurs us into action, but when it becomes excessive it can significantly increase our anxiety and effect our focus. Learn ways to reduce and control your worries.

Wednesday 9 June and Wednesday 8 September 12pm to 1pm
Re-connecting with others

The past year has meant we haven’t been able to see our loved ones as normal. Isolation has been difficult and rebuilding those connections can create anxiety. Learn ways to re-connect with others to help improve your mood.

23 June and Wednesday 29 September 12pm 1pm

Our minds can often get caught up worrying about the past and the future. Mindfulness can help brings our minds into the present, helping to become more aware of your thoughts and feelings, providing opportunities to have more enjoyable moments.

14 July and Wednesday
13 October, 12pm to 1pm.

A Mood Boost CBT Toolbox

Develop your own personal toolbox of different skills and techniques based on Cognitive Behavioural Therapy to help lift your mood, reduce your anxiety, manage your stress and build your motivation.

Wednesday 28 July, 12pm to 1pm
Stress management

Stress can be helpful in some situations, however too much can affect our mental wellbeing. Learn skills and techniques to keep your stress under control. 

11 August, 12pm to 1pm
Relaxation and sleep

Relaxation and a good night’s sleep within your daily routine is so important for our minds to function effectively and for our bodies to re-energise. Learn different relaxation techniques and how to practice good sleep hygiene. 

25 August, 12pm to 1pm