Wellbeing Webinars

Our Wellbeing Webinars help support anyone who feels they might benefit from taking a first step in managing their current difficulties. Webinars can often be a helpful first step as they can help gain some understanding of the problems we might be facing. Participants learn techniques and skills to help manage difficulties themselves.

 

Bedfordshire Wellbeing Service are working in partnership with our colleagues at Total Wellbeing Luton and Milton Keynes Talking Therapies to deliver a number of one-off webinars specifically designed to help you manage a range of difficulties. Visit our  BLMK events page in your web browser for a complete list of Webinars available https://mktalkingtherapies.nhs.uk/blmk-events

 

 

Improving Sleep

Whether you are suffering from insomnia or going through a period of sleeping difficulties, this workshop covers sleep hygiene, helps you to identify unhelpful cycles around sleep and explores how to make small changes to manage sleep difficulties to get a better night’s sleep.

To register your interest in attending this webinar please click here.

Stress Management

We all suffer from varying degrees of stress but when we feel overwhelmed with stress it can be difficult to concentrate and focus on the task at hand. This workshop explains what stress is, the causes of stress, what CBT is, how to use CBT techniques to manage stress and how to access further support. This is a useful workshop for everyone as it covers how to manage in general.

To register your interest in attending this webinar please click here.

Men’s Mental Health

‘2 in 3 UK men report feeling so stressed in the past year that they have felt overwhelmed and unable to cope’ (Mental Health Foundation, 2019). We try and help all individuals that are struggling with every day problems such as low mood, anxiety, worries, stress etc. This workshop looks at men’s mental health, gives an introduction to CBT, explores low mood and anxiety cycles and provides techniques on how to overcome these cycles.

To register your interest in attending this webinar please click here.

Pregnancy and New Motherhood

Being pregnant or having a baby can naturally be quite an anxious time for mum’s which can only be heightened during uncertain times. This webinar looks at how CBT techniques can help to manage anxieties and low mood around pregnancy, giving birth and becoming a new parent during challenging times.

To register your interest in attending this webinar please click here.

Balancing my Thoughts

Negative thoughts often occur when we are feeling low and anxious. This workshop looks at trying to help identify those unhelpful thoughts and learn to challenge them so we can break out of that cycle of negative thoughts and feelings.

To register your interest in attending this webinar please click here.

Fatherhood and Low Mood

Becoming a new dad is a new experience and sometimes it can be hard to adjust to fatherhood. It can be hard acknowledge that you may be struggling. This workshop looks at becoming a Dad, common experiences and concerns, looking at how low mood can develop, introduce you to CBT and look some ways of coping better.

To register your interest in attending this webinar please click here.

Managing Worries

We all worry from time to time, but sometimes our worrying can become a little out of control. This can be when we find ourselves worrying about everything and anything, certain worries play on your mind or finding that you have a lot of “what if…” worries. This workshop looks at how we can identify these worries and how we can manage them better.

To register your interest in attending this webinar please click here.

Improving Motivation

There can be times when our motivation levels are low. Normally we are able to pick ourselves up after a while and get back on track. However sometimes we get stuck in this cycle of low motivation and find it hard to get out. This workshop looks at what affects motivation, helps to identify unhelpful patterns of behaviour and explores how to increase motivation through behavioural changes.

To register your interest in attending this webinar please click here.

Living Well with IBS

IBS can be a very challenging Long term condition to live with, as a number of changes can influence our IBS symptoms and our ability to cope such as stress, extra demands, as well as our own expectations. This webinar will help with learning ways of coping with IBS using CBT principles aswell as explaining the link between our physical and mental health.

To register your interest in attending this webinar please click here.

Living Well with Pain

Living with Pain can have a significant impact on our mood, motivation and energy levels. It can be common to feel low due to the recurring pain which we experience. The webinar aims to provide CBT skills and techniques to help us in dealing with the mood challenges which living with pain presents and considers new ways to adapt to living with pain.

To register your interest in attending this webinar please click here.

Pre-Recorded Webinars

We are now able to offer a number of our webinars in a pre-recorded format.

A CBT Approach to Managing Menopausal Symptoms

Going through the menopause can be a stressful time as your hormone levels change. You may notice physical or emotional changes within yourself that you may not have experienced before. This workshop aims to give you tools and techniques to help manage stress and menopausal symptoms focusing on physical, behavioural and cognitive factors.

To get access, simply fill in the form by clicking here, following which you will be emailed the youtube link for the webinar.

Pregnancy and New Motherhood

Being pregnant or having a baby can naturally be quite an anxious time for mum’s which can only be heightened during uncertain times. This webinar looks at how CBT techniques can help to manage anxieties and low mood around pregnancy, giving birth and becoming a new parent during challenging times.

To get access, simply fill in the form by clicking here, following which you will be emailed the youtube link for the webinar.