Please see below for more details and links for a variety of one off bite-sized workshops and our 4 week Stress and Wellbeing Workshop;
Enhancing your resilience;
This course is designed to help you build your resilience, our ability to bounce back from set-backs. You will learn specific ways of how to become more resilient and which steps you can take to strengthen this skill. This workshop is for everyone who wants to learn from life’s challenges and respond with a flexible approach.
Please click here to register your place for the next session running Friday the 30th April, from 10.30am-12pm; Resilience Workshop Booking Form
Improving your sleep;
This course may be right for you if you are experiencing any form of sleep difficulties. You can learn more about sleep and how to improve your quality, and quantity, of sleep. This course will offer a range of practical tips to change your environment and behaviour, as well as relaxation techniques that have proven to help. These include breathing awareness, progressive muscle relaxation and visualisation.
Please click here to register your place for the next session running on Wednesday the 28th April, from 2pm-3.30pm; https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=s-4LVT1qRkahEfidAXd5LmvPi3KhkO5FkN33v1wdTzFUQUozVzBKSkY2NzUxTDY1QUVCTjFENVBBWS4u
Five ways to wellbeing;
Student life can be challenging, therefore it is a crucial time to be looking after your mental and physical health. The ‘Five ways to wellbeing’ have been identified through extensive reviews of research and expert opinion as simple actions that anyone can take. Initially developed by the New Economics Foundation, to encourage and enhance wellbeing, they are simple, accessible and achievable for everyone. Choosing to act and engage in the “Five Ways to Wellbeing” will have a positive impact on your day to day wellbeing.
Please click here to register your place for the next session running on Friday the 23rd April, from 10.30am-12pm; Five Ways to Wellbeing Booking Form
Stress and Wellbeing Workshop
This course is designed to help you get a better understanding of what stress is, what causes stress and what keeps it going. Over the course of four sessions you can learn to manage your own stress better to enhance your wellbeing and overall health.
- Session one takes a closer look at what stress is, who gets it and what can help to break the stress cycle. This session also looks at the relationship between stress, depression and anxiety. After identifying your personal stress patterns, you can set achievable goals you may wish to work towards and learn helpful coping strategies.
- Session two explores the effect stress has on our body and vice versa. You can learn more about what happens in the body when we feel low or anxious. This session explains different relaxation techniques and skills that can help you calm body and mind.
- Session three is all about our thoughts and how stress affects the way we think. This session explores the power of thoughts, worry, and that thoughts aren’t facts! After looking closely at different commonly used unhelpful thinking styles, this session offers you alternative and more balanced ways of thinking.
- Session four is all about our behaviour, the things we do or don’t do. You can learn how to overcome procrastination, how to manage common human emotions such as anger, get active, solve problems and how to establish a good work life balance.
The course is designed as a whole package and to get the most out of it, it is recommended to attend all four sessions. Each session is part of a jigsaw and they build upon each other. You can sign up to a live version on the Study Hub or access pre-recorded videos on our Wellbeing Website.
Please click here to register your place for the next workshop starting on Wednesday 7th April 2021 from 3.30pm-5pm; Stress and Wellbeing Booking Form
The link to our Accessibility Statement for the Wellbeing Workshops MS Bookings is here: https://www.fxplus.ac.uk/information/web-accessibility-statements