Fed up with what life is throwing at you? Want to change how you deal with situations? Then the Think Differently, Cope Differently course delivered by Living Well Sefton, the wellbeing organisation, could be just what you need.
Running over five weeks, the course is for people experiencing anxiety, low mood or stress, and aims to inspire people to build resilience and give them the skills needed to cope with everyday living.
The course coincides with the current 30 Days of Sefton in Mind campaign which aims to create a positive mental health map of locations and services in Sefton that help to promote a better peace of mind.
Living Well mentors Natasha Wilksberg and David Martin-Corkill are delivering the programme which is based on the Five Ways to Wellbeing – connect, learn, take notice, be active and give.
Natasha explained: “Being on the course will help people to think positively as well as learn stress management skills.”
And David adds: “People will gain confidence and see their future in a more positive light.”
The sessions are at the Life Rooms, 23-25 Scarisbrick Avenue, Southport starting Thursday, 27 September between 1pm and 3pm.
To book your place call the Living Well Sefton team on 0300 323 0181 or email: LWS@seftoncvs.org.uk
Living Well Sefton has more Think Differently, Cope Differently courses planned for later this year.