We have a range of life skills courses available that can help with a variety of challenging life situations.
You can get started with your choice of life skills courses within 10 minutes – with the option of support from our local friendly wellbeing team (if you want it).
You will also have access to:
· Attractive relevant courses for low mood, stress and whole lot more.
· Tools to help you make effective plans.
· Never forget another important thing you wanted to do again: Set up Reminder emails to jog your memory.
· Worksheets, videos and courses.
· Content for use across many of the key times of life- work, home, children and more
Optional support phone calls by our coaching staff:
This service is particularly suitable for anyone aged 16 or over with common mental health and emotional issues such as low mood, stress, anxiety and depression. Courses are also available if you are living with long-term physical health problems such as diabetes, chronic pain, heart, chest or other illness. Finally, we have a great range of training modules for new mums and mums to be and their wider families.
We would also like to offer you the option of free, short support phone calls from one of our friendly, locally based NHS coaches. If you take this offer up, the support calls each last up to around 30 minutes at a time that suits. The coach will offer hints, tips and encouragement to help you stay on track (usually up to four short support contacts – occurring once a fortnight). You will also get the opportunity to monitor your mood and review your progress.
Of course, if you’d prefer to work on things by yourself that is also a great option. You can always contact us later if you feel you need added support.
Paid for by the NHS this is completely free as a resource for locally based GP practices whether you choose to work on it independently or opt to ask for the phone coaching sessions.
This option will take you to a secure form to enter your contact details. Someone from your medical practice will get back to you within a few days.
If you have noticed thoughts that you would be better off dead, or of hurting yourself in some way we would advise the following:
1. If these thoughts are urgent/with the intent to harm yourself please visit our Urgent Help page which provides advice on how to seek immediate help.
2. If these thoughts are none-urgent/fleeting thoughts with no intent to harm yourself, we recommend mentioning how you feel to your Assessor/Support Worker and to inform your GP at your next visit.