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Living Life to the Full Without Walls
Written by Dr Chris Williams, a medical Doctor and Emeritus Professor of Psychosocial Psychiatry at the University of Glasgow in Scotland, this course provides emotional support for those at times of change, who’ve left prison or with unsettled housing.
This course will help you work out why you feel as you do- and to find ways of changing things round for the good.
Course 1: Living Life Without Walls - ‘5 modules to bring about key changes in your life’ - Click to Dropdown
Welcome: Key information on how to make the resources work for you
Understanding Your Feelings: Find out key information about what makes you tick
Doing things that make you feel better: Plan activities that make you feel happier
Looking at things differently: Learn how to change negative or stressful thinking
How to fix almost everything: Break problems down into manageable chunks
Tension Control Training: Teaches a way to relax your body and mind
Course 2: Understanding Feelings - ‘Look at common scenarios that can affect how we feel and how to turn the situation around’ - Click to Dropdown
Friends Rejection: Invited for coffee at a friend’s house who you haven’t seen for a while but are being left out of the conversation
Address: Need to see the Doctor but you are unable to provide the receptionist with an address to register you at the surgery
Final Demand: Receive final demands in the post from loans you have taken out
Body Image: Getting ready for night out and you look in the mirror and don’t feel good about yourself
Bullying: You are in an unstable relationship. Your partner shouts at you, asking you where you have been, say they hate you and get in your personal space
Alcohol: You have been trying to give up alcohol. You are invited to friend’s house and they are all drinking and encourage you to have one too
Career: It’s been 7 years since you have had a job and the Job Centre has asked for you to work with an advisor to apply for some jobs
Drugs: Friends taking illegal drugs and they tease and encourage you to try them too
Pregnancy: You take a pregnancy test and it comes back positive but your relationship with the father hasn’t been a good one
Sleep with me: New relationship and your partner is forcing the issue that they want to sleep with you, but you are unsure and feel pressured
Divorce Your Dad: You have decided to split up and you need to tell your children you are moving out
Divorce You: Partner tells you they have feelings for someone else and that they are leaving
Lonely: Beth has been begging on the street but people just ignore her, she feels isolated, upset and lonely
Mocking: Adam sometimes ends up sleeping on the streets, school kids walk past, laugh at Adam and look at him in disgust
Invisible: Chloe has been begging on the street to get money to help her situation but people walk past and ignore her as if she was invisible
Clean: The Job Centre call and tell Chloe she has an interview but she has had no access to hot water for a proper wash
Police: Police find Adam drunk and shouting at people at his local shops, Adam is given a caution
Approached by a man: Chloe has been begging on the street for money. A man offers her £20 in return for her stealing clothes for him from a department store.
Course 3: Optional Modules - Click to Dropdown
Stop Smoking in 5 minutes: Helps you deal with craving 5 minutes at a time
Fix Your Drinking: To help those who are drinking too much get back a sense of control by making small steady changes
You me and us: For people struggling in their relationship. The session will help you work on changing things or to choose to leave
Asking for what you need: Being assertive and respecting what both you and others have to say
Eat well: Food choices that make you feel good
Facing fears and tackling avoidance: Face your fears step by step
Getting a better night’s sleep: A key to a good day is a good night’s sleep
Irritability and anger: Sort out your feelings of irritability and anger
The things you do that mess you up: How some things we think help are actually part of the problem
The things you do that help: Identify and continue helpful activities
Course 4: You Time - Click to Dropdown
10 things you can do: 10 small steps to feeling fitter and happier.
Be kind to yourself: It’s so easy to be mean to ourselves, learn how to do the opposite.
Be thankful: Remind yourself of what makes you smile.
Do a Wow Walk: The world’s an amazing place- look at it with fresh eyes today
Get Moving: Release those feel good hormones
Get the rhythm: Music cheers you up, so why suffer in silence?
Help someone out: Who will you help to make them and you happier?
Take a mindful moment: Helping create an oasis of peace in your life
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