We’re encouraged to eat at least ﬁve fruit and vegetables a day to take care of our physical health, but what about our mental health? Five ways to wellbeing is a programme which encourages positive mental health based on worldwide research amongst doctors. Good mental health is also important for our physical health too. The stresses and strains of the Covid19 pandemic have put additional pressure on us. As we slowly come out of lockdown North Shropshire College are providing a service for a small number of people (max 6) which encourages us to take responsibility for our own wellbeing and learn strategies for dealing with difficult situations
No entry Level requirements
By the end of the course you can expect to be able to do the following:
- Build a list of people you can connect with who will encourage and support you
- Learn strategies to manage emotions and difficult times-whether it is family or situations
- Learn mindful practices that can be implemented daily which will help you relax
- Understand why lifelong learning is important and find interests that will keep you mentally stimulated
You will need…your own pen.
Your tutor will supply…folders and handouts and handouts.
|Whitchurch||The Beechtree||Tuesday – dates TBC for April||10:30am – 1:00pm||11 weeks||The Beechtree 01948 258220|
|Oswestry||The Qube||Wednesday 28th April 2021||1:00pm – 3:30pm||11 weeks||The Qube 01691 656882|
Rosemarie Sellers is a wellbeing and lifestyle teacher who has been delivering programmes out in the Community. She is a qualified NLP and CBT practioner who has worked with the long term unemployed, Enable and Shropshire recovery. She has also spent the last 3 years working with Syrian refuges teaching them English and British values.