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Managing Stress Online
If you are feeling more stressed than usual and would like to learn some great ways, free-of-charge, to deal with common problems like anxiety, depression, panicky feelings, poor sleep and poor wellbeing then come along to our online Managing Stress course.
What is it?
‘Managing Stress’ is a five-session evidence-based Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) course.
As you can’t come to a regular ‘Managing Stress’ class due to the current circumstances, the course will come to you online. The full course schedule is available HERE.
Information about stress, the course and first steps in controlling stress.
Understanding the role our body plays in style, addressing lifestyle factors and learning ways to feel more relaxed and less panicky.
Understanding the role of our behaviour, how we can utilise our routine and overcome avoidance. Also, looking at a technique to address practical problems we may face.
Understanding our stressful thoughts, how we can address the negative thoughts, have more control over the worry.
Acknowledging stressful situation, bringing our skills together to plan our next steps and overcoming barriers.
How will this help me?
Give you information to help with managing stress and anxiety.
Teach you ways to use the learning in your day to day life.
Build your confidence and self esteem through learning ways to manage your stress.
To take part:
The course will live streamed each week. You will be able to watch the ‘Managing Stress’ presentations delivered by two of our experienced facilitators.
Life for many of us feels very uncertain and challenging at the moment. We hope the course will offer some ways in which to navigate this.
Our next courses are scheduled to begin on the following dates from 5.30pm to 19:00pm:
- Tuesday 3rd May 2022
- Tuesday 7th June 2022
- Thursday 23rd June 2022
- Tuesday 12th July 2022
- Thursday 28th July 2022
What will happen before the course?
If you would like to access one of our courses and choose this option on the self-referral form, before you can start the course you will be invited to book an assessment call first with one of our course facilitators. You will receive a link via text message to choose a day and time that is convenient for your call. During your call you will be asked some questions to make sure that the course is right for you and you will find out more about what the course involves and can ask any questions you might have. Please note the call will be from a withheld number.
In the week before your course is due to start, you will receive an email from our admin team .The email will provide you with the meeting link, instructions on how to join and it will contain your workbook. This email will come from email@example.com, please add this to your contacts so the email doesn’t get lost in your spam.
Two days before each course session you will receive a text or an email (depending on your set preference) with a set of questionnaires. The text will be sent from SHEFF IAPT, and the email will be sent from firstname.lastname@example.org, please add this to your contacts so the email doesn’t get lost in your spam. These questionnaires will ask you about depression and anxiety and what symptoms you have noticed over the last 2 weeks. It is really helpful to complete them each week, as they allow both you and us to keep a track of any improvements in your mood.
What will happen after the course?
We hope you will find the course helpful, but sometimes it can take time to put the techniques into practice and notice improvements in your mood. We would encourage you to keep using the techniques in your workbook and give yourself a chance to practice them after the course.
After the course has finished and you have had a number of weeks to practice your techniques. We will contact participants who are still struggling with symptoms of depression and/or anxiety to see if our service can offer any further treatment or recommend any other services/support to you. This might also include participants who do not attend the whole course. Your telephone review will be booked with a Psychological Wellbeing Practitioner and will give you a chance to discuss the course, any questions and further options for treatment.
How do I access?
If you are interested in accessing this course, please go to our online referral form below and select the managing stress course as your preferred treatment option, or call 0114 2264380. You will then be invited to book an assessment call first with one of our Psychological Wellbeing Practitioners.