We have been running the ‘Looking after your mental health in a pandemic’ course for five months. Here are some of the comments from those who have taken part:
‘I now realise that so many other people feel the same as me, but you would never know! I now know I need to learn to listen, and not assume that everyone is ok!’
‘I wasn’t really struggling with my mental health when I did the course. For me, the most helpful aspect of the course was hearing about someone’s experience with their teenager who really struggles with anxiety, I am now excited about seeing how I can support teenagers and maybe even training as a counsellor…’
‘The course helped me understand why I was struggling in the pandemic (and more about myself) it made me think about how I can help others and not try to fix them.’
Our next course starts on Thursday evening (online) and runs for six weeks. The course is for you if:
▪ You want to understand more of what is happening with your thoughts, emotions and feelings.
▪ You are happy getting to know people around the country (you don’t have to share personal challenges/issues unless you really want to)
▪ You are interested in how faith and our minds are related.
The course is suitable for people who have a diagnosed mental illness or are just interested in finding out more. You can sign up online here or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any queries.
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