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An Introduction to wellbeing

60 minutes

This session is designed to provide a basic awareness of mental health and to learn and practice practical strategies to benefitting your wellbeing

Session content

  • What is mental health?
  • What does good mental health mean?
  • Why is it important to take care of our mental health?
  • Practising practical wellbeing strategies

Session structure

Participants will learn through:

  • Mini lectures
  • Group activities
  • facilitated individual practice

Following the session

Participants will have a solid, basic understanding of the difference between poor mental health and good mental health, and what they can do to look after it, having actively practised some feel-good strategies!

Further information, pricing & availability

Please contact us to discuss how our training can best help you and to find out more about this and other courses.

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Testimonials & feedback

Thanks for the ideas regarding what I can do to look after my mental wellbeing, I’m going to start practising gratitude straight away.

An Introduction to Wellbeing Participant

The Five Ways to Wellbeing were really interesting to learn about.

An Introduction to Wellbeing Participant

A fantastic start to the day. i don’t often find the time to do positive things for my wellbeing, but Alice’s support and encouragement to try out something new helped me see the benefits right away!

An Introduction to Wellbeing Participant

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