About the course

It was the compassion and easy style of presentation that struck me; it helped me so much on my journey to recovery
— Dave H, Grays

The Stress and Mood Management course is a psycho-educational programme of treatment designed to help you understand and manage common difficulties such as low mood, anxiety, panic and low self-esteem.

The programme is a package of treatment, spread over six 90 minute sessions covering a range of topics. Each session has been written specifically to help develop your understanding of your problems whilst developing your own skills for improving and overcoming those difficulties. Many people who have attended this course find that it has nurtured their own ‘inner-therapist’, taught them the techniques to feel better.

Your Stress and Mood journey starts with a thirty minute introduction to the course followed immediately by your first session. The course runs for a total of six weeks, with each session developed specifically to form a full package of psycho-educational therapy. Although based around a specific topic, each week’s content has skills and techniques that will be beneficial for people experiencing a wide range of difficulties and issues.

Stress and Mood Management Programme
  • Introduction: What is CBT?
  • Managing Anxiety and Panic
  • Coping with Stress and Worry
  • Balanced Lifestyles
  • Overcoming Low Mood and Depression
  • Building Self-Esteem
  • Dealing with Difficult Thoughts

Each week you will receive hand-outs and guidance on how to improve your self-help skills. Using simple and helpful questionnaires, you can measure your own progress and see how applying the techniques taught on the course is having an impact on your mood and wellbeing.

If you are interesting in attending this course, simply call us on 01375 898680, book an assessment appointment and tell your assessor that you would like to attend the Stress and Mood Management course.

Whilst this course can be helpful for many common difficulties, it is not recommended for people experiencing Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) or Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).