Our webinars

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A webinar is a course of online sessions, where you will learn general information about your symptoms and how they are being maintained, and then be given practical strategies and tools to help you to manage your symptoms.

The webinar is facilitated by two Psychological Wellbeing Practitioners (PWPs), who are clinicians trained in delivering low-intensity Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT). You will attend alongside other patients who may be experiencing similar difficulties to yourself, but it is not a therapy group. Generally, we encourage participants to keep their cameras and microphones switched off; the main speakers will be the two facilitators, who will take you through a presentation each week.

The sessions will be somewhat interactive, using the “chat function” to answer questions or polls, or you can request to unmute yourself to ask or answer a question. However, there is no obligation to contribute to questions if you do not feel comfortable, and you can join in as much or as little as you would like to. See below for examples of webinars we run and what to expect from them.

If you are experiencing anxiety and worry, this webinar can help you to understand the physical symptoms and behaviours related to these feelings, and this can help to reduce their impact as they seem less intimidating. You will learn some useful techniques to calm and ground yourself when things get overwhelming, and tools for problem solving to alleviate worries and tackle them in more appropriate ways.


This webinar will help you to understand the symptoms of low mood how they affect motivation and energy. We will discuss the consequences of unhelpful thinking and teach you techniques to help increase motivation and re-frame negative thoughts. We will also cover the importance of taking good care of yourself and give you advise on self-care and how to ensure a goods night’s sleep.


This webinar is helpful if you are struggling with worry, anxiety, stress, or low mood, or if you have a range of symptoms but aren’t sure which is the main concern yet. We will discuss the vicious cycle of worry and the effects of physical anxiety, the demotivating effects of low mood, and the bodies 'fight or flight' response to stress. To help counteract these symptoms, we'll introduce ways of keeping calm in moments of crisis, and techniques to increase motivation, and challenging patterns of unhelpful or negative thinking.

This webinar covers panic attacks and the physical symptoms related to anxiety. We will discuss the 'fight, flight or freeze' response to perceived danger, and teach you coping strategies to help you in moments of overwhelm, as well as techniques to help prevent panic in the future.

This course discusses the various effects of stress; when we feel there are more demands in our life than we can currently cope with. We'll look at what might be contributing to our stress levels and what is helpful and unhelpful at preventing and alleviating stress. We'll cover the themes of motivation, procrastination and overworking, and discuss how to achieve more balance in life and work towards realistic goals. You will also be advised on the importance of self-care in managing stress, and given techniques to help you think more calmly and clearly in stressful situations.

This webinar is helpful for anyone expecting a baby. We discuss the 'myths of motherhood' and the unnecessary pressure these expectations put on parents, as well as exploring the various social and biological influences on your mental health during this time. We'll talk about how the cycle of thoughts, feelings and behaviours can negatively impact each other, and offer you ways to break this cycle, challenge unhelpful thinking (such as guilt), and tackle expected worries in a practical way.

This webinar is for those who struggle with communicating assertively. You will learn about different communication styles, examples of assertive language and body language, and how to say 'no' in different ways. We'll discuss our right as humans to express our thoughts and feelings and ask for what we need and teach you ways to approach difficult conversations and set meaningful goals.

This webinar will help you to understand more about sleep; what 'normal' sleep looks like, the things that effect sleep, how poor sleep affects our health, mood and quality of life, and some myths about sleep. We'll give you tips for keeping track of your sleep and maintaining good sleep habits. We'll also discuss the role of unhelpful thinking or worry, and how this exacerbates sleep problems, and help you tackle this vicious cycle.


If you have completed a webinar with us already, and are on the waiting list for further support, this webinar is a useful and comprehensive reminder of the tools you have learnt. We go over the cycle of thoughts, feelings and behaviours and how they can impact each other, as well as the physical effects of stress and anxiety. You'll be reminded how to manage symptoms using relaxation techniques, prioritising self-care, using techniques to regulate intense emotions, and maintaining good sleep habits.


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