Our
Wellbeing Sessions

Each month we run well-being sessions to enable people to start talking about the problems they are currently dealing with.

The sessions are not a time for counseling or therapy, it is a safe space for people to find out more information about the topics and to start making changes in the way they think.

If at the end of the session more professional help is needed, we can then help refer over to other professionals in the area.

To reserve a place on the next set of sessions, please click on the links below. 

All sessions will be run on Zoom, so a stable internet connection will be required.

How we create Habits
Tuesday 17th May - 1:30 - 2:30

Anxiety & Worry

Wednesday 18th May - 1:30 - 2:30

Grief & Loss
Thursday 19th May - 1:30 - 2:30

Resilience
Wednesday 25th May - 1:30 - 2:30

How we create habits.

  • Through using discussion and activities we help people to have the following outcomes.

  • Participants will have a better understanding of how habits are formed.

  • Participants will be able to identify habits they have formed either good or bad

  • Participants will have identified how and what changes they can make to change the habits

  • Participants will start to track and keep a diary showing what has changed and will feel more confident going forward.

  • Participants will use this information to help them in other areas of their personal / work lives.

Habits.jpg

What does Anxiety & Worry Look like?

  • Through using discussion and activities we help people to have the following outcomes.

  • Creating a welcoming, safe, and supportive space

  • To understand the different types of anxiety

  • Symptoms of anxiety

  • Difference between what we are in control of and what is out of our control.

  • How habit loops trick our brain

  • What can we do to take the pressure off?

  • It’s ok not to be ok.

Anxiety.jpg

How do we build Resilience?

  • Imagine resilience was like a muscle.  In order for it to grow, it has to break a little.  Bodybuilders increase their muscle capacity by pushing themselves further, lifting heavier weights.  Athletes improve their ability by pushing themselves further, to go faster, to go further.  It hurts but the intentional pain then increases their ability.   The muscle fibers have to break.  The breakage then causes the body to repair the muscle and makes it stronger.  In the same way, as we go through bad things, when we get broken, this also has the ability to make us stronger.  It is also important to note that rest plays a huge role in building up muscle.  This is also true for resilience.  We need to rest in order to get our strength back.  

Resilience.jpg