Helping you make the most out of every day, MyWellbeing College has launched a new course running in Bradford, Keighley, Ilkley, Settle, Shipley and Bentham to help you overcome low mood, anxiety and other common ups and downs.
The new course, Living Life to the Full, covers different topics every session, over an eight-week period, topics include; I can’t be bothered doing anything; how to fix almost everything; keeping your temper and 10 things you can do to help you feel happier straight away.
The next courses to start are on: Shipley on 20 September at The Cellar Trust; Bentham on 5 October at Bentham Living Well; Bradford on 9 October at Kala Sangam; Settle on 22 October at St Johns Church; Keighley on 31 October at Keighley Health Living and Ilkley on 30 October at Ilkley Medical Centre. Each course runs for eight consecutive weeks.
Gayle Porter, MyWellbeing College Manager, said: “If you want to overcome common problems related to stress or low mood, this practical step-by-step course focuses on how to change how you think, feel and behave. The course will help you develop new skills to manage any problems more effectively.
You are more than welcome to bring a friend or relative alone with you to the course for extra support.”
The MyWellbeing College, which is run by Bradford District Care NHS Foundation Trust, already offers a range of opportunities to help people combat life’s ups and downs, from online courses that people can complete in the comfort of their own home, to getting out and meeting new people at group courses.
The college also runs the group course, Stress Control, which helps if you are experiencing effects of stress or anxiety, such as difficulties with sleep, panic or low mood.
The next Stress Control courses start across the district on: 10 September at St Johns Church, Settle; 18 September at The Cellar Trust, Shipley and Ilkley Medical Centre; 19 September at Keighley Health Living and 5 October at Dynley House, Skipton. These courses run for six consecutive weeks.
People don’t have to go through their GP to enrol on a course or group, they can register online at www.bmywellbeingcollege.nhs.uk or give the enrolment team a call on 0300 555 5551 to chat through the range of options available.
For further information on courses, locations and dates please visit www.bmywellbeingcollege.nhs.uk.
The MyWellbeing College is open to anyone over the age of 16 who is registered with a GP in Bradford, Wharfedale, Airedale or Craven.