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We use Microsoft teams for our online workshops and recommend accessing the link from a device with stable Wi-Fi connection where possible. Please find more information about using Microsoft Teams here:  http://www.awp.nhs.uk/awp-attend-anywhere/

An email will be sent to the email address we have on record for you with a link to the online event, a set of questionnaires will also be emailed to you for you to complete prior to the workshops starting.

February 2022

Workshop: Stress Management

1 February @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm GMT

This workshop is suitable for people with: General stress This free workshop is aimed at people who are experiencing levels of stress, and who want to understand and learn ways of managing this feeling using Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT). Topics covered include: Using CBT to understand how our thoughts, behaviours, physical sensations and emotions all interlink and effect each other Identifying potential triggers and causes of stress Introducing techniques to manage our stress levels Managing the expectations we set ourselves…

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Workshop: How to Avoid Avoidance – Techniques to Expand your Comfort Zone

8 February @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm GMT

For: People battling agoraphobia or other phobias  Why do some situations make us so uncomfortable and anxious that we will do almost anything to avoid them? Focusing on avoidance-related anxiety, this workshop will help you to better cope with the things that chip away at our independence.  Aimed at people who experience agoraphobia or other specific phobias driven by avoidance - whose world shrinks as they become more dependent on others - the workshop offers practical help on making practical…

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Workshop: Think Better! How ‘Cognitive Restructuring’ can help improve how you feel

15 February @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm GMT

For: People suffering from low mood or depression who have trouble moving on From an early age negative thoughts – whether protecting us from danger, alerting us to risk, or simply shaping our opinions of particular people, situations or ideas – are essential to our growth as human beings. However, sometimes we become drowned beneath waves of negative thought, preventing us from enjoying our lives as we always fear the worst. With this free two hour workshop you will reflect…

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Workshop: Wellbeing After Baby

17 February @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm GMT

This introductory session explores how we can manage our own emotional and mental wellbeing after the birth of a child. A range of topics are covered including stress management and an introduction to anxiety and low mood, as well as exploring effective communication styles and what further support is available from our service. Course aims: Introduction to CBT and the Wiltshire IAPT Service Normalising and exploring the challenges of motherhood Managing our expectations of ourselves and others How anxiety and…

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Workshop: CALM an Introduction to Mindfulness

22 February @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm GMT

This workshop is suitable for: Anyone with an interest in mindfulness and relaxation Anyone who wants to learn more about ‘living in the moment’ This workshop introduces a range of techniques for relaxing the body, calming the mind and living more fully in the present moment.  We can often live our lives on “auto-pilot” and react habitually to situations in unhelpful ways.  Mindfulness allows us to be more flexible in our response to the stresses of life, to be less…

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Workshop: Think Better! How ‘Cognitive Restructuring’ can help improve how you feel

24 February @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm GMT

This course is suitable for: People suffering from low mood or depression who have trouble moving on From an early age negative thoughts – whether protecting us from danger, alerting us to risk, or simply shaping our opinions of particular people, situations or ideas – are essential to our growth as human beings. However, sometimes we become drowned beneath waves of negative thought, preventing us from enjoying our lives as we always fear the worst. With this free two hour…

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Workshop: Bettering the Blues – break the cycle of low mood with ‘Behavioural Activation’

28 February @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm GMT

This course is suitable for: People suffering from low mood or depression who find life balance difficult Often triggered by changes in our circumstances – relationship break ups, work pressures, financial burdens – low mood can be a crushing weight which makes us feel helpless. In turn that sense of impotence can make it even harder to get back on top of things, creating a cycle of low mood that feeds into itself. This workshop promotes ways of breaking the cycle,…

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March 2022

Workshop: CALM – An Introduction to Mindfulness

3 March @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm GMT

This workshop introduces a range of techniques for relaxing the body, calming the mind and living more fully in the present moment.  We can often live our lives on “auto-pilot” and react habitually to situations in unhelpful ways.  Mindfulness allows us to be more flexible in our response to the stresses of life, to be less driven and distressed by our thoughts and emotions, and to appreciate each moment of life more fully. This course is suitable for: Anyone with…

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Living Well with Chronic Pain

11 March @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm GMT

Living with chronic pain can be worrying, frustrating and stressful. This course explores how to manage and live well with chronic pain. The course focuses on understanding chronic pain, what influences it and learning tools and techniques to reduce the impact it has on daily living. The course is delivered by Wiltshire IAPT (all 6 sessions) and Wiltshire Health and Care Physiotherapy (3 out of 6 sessions). This course will run for six weekly sessions held on a Friday between 10:00am and…

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