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|Mindfulness Meditation sessions available via Zoom:|
Suitable for complete beginners and for those who have some prior experience of Mindfulness or other forms of meditation.
Each Session will have a period of guided meditation the then a few minutes of reflection and questions at the end. A variety of different practices are taught during the sessions.
What is Mindfulness and how can it benefit you?
Benefits of practicing mindfulness may include:
|All sessions are held on Thursdays 4pm to 4.50pm.|
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to express your interest.
To enable comfortable sessions, we have limited the number to 24 attendees at each session.
For etiquette guidelines around attendance, see here.
|Other free resources available at this time:|
The Building Resilience programme:
offers psycho-educational input on the common student difficulties such as stress, anxiety and low mood. From the presentations, you will receive information about the nature of the topic enabling greater understanding, and effective coping strategies.
|Building Resilience 1:||Mananging my stress||click here for powerpoint with voiceover|
|Building Resilience 2:||Mananging my low mood||click here for powerpoint with additional notes (no voiceover)|
|Building Resilience 3:||Managing my anxiety||click here for powerpoint|
offer a chance to look in more depth, at issues common to student life like low self-esteem, perfectionism and presentation anxiety.
iCan overcome proctrastintion presentation-click here
Procrastination: personal questionnaire to students
Procrastination: 6 steps
Procrastination: 3 minute breathing exercise
|iCan recognise diet from disorder-click here|
iCan manage my emotions - link to panopto:
iCan manage addiction and addictive behaviours - to follow
Our psychoeducational courses are designed to help those who have complex and long-standing problems.
They provide information and resources to better understand how to cope with difficulties in an empathetic and supportive environment. Attendance at these courses is by referral and assessment only.
Self-referral for psycho-educational courses is now open – email email@example.com to express your interest. If you are in counselling, please discuss your interest in joining any of the courses with your counsellor.
DBT skills Classes
In these courses, you will learn how to identify and understand your emotions and develop skills to manage unhelpful emotions without acting impulsively.
Full programme DBT
It includes skills development through:-
See here for more information.
Emotion Regulation Skills Class
Getting on Better with Yourself and Others
In this 8 week online psycho-educational course, you will:
Self-referral for the February 2021 online course is now open. If interested, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Any enquiries regarding these courses should be referred to: email@example.com
Disclaimer** Please note – During the COVID-19 pandemic, the Counselling Service is offering alternative services; therefore the content of this page may not be up-to-date. Please see our home page for our current services.