Could you benefit from short, convenient online sessions with a qualified professional where you could learn how to improve your mental and emotional health, all from the comfort of your own home?
"I would highly recommend the Online Wellbeing Programme to anyone; the strategies and tools given to me have changed my life," - Louise, Barnet resident.
"I have found the webinars so helpful. The advice, support and tools you've given me will hopefully minimise the impact my feelings of depression and anxiety will have on me and help me to manage them in a more proactive and useful way in the future," - Anonymous, Barnet resident.
"Your course gave me practical and accessible resources and tips on how to manage my mental health. The tangible examples used really helped to simplify them and made them easy to remember and implement," - Anonymous, Barnet resident.
"I want to live and take care of my children and myself," - Anonymous, Barnet resident.
The Online Wellbeing Programme offers a range of courses designed to help you including:
It is a free service for adults over 18 years old living, working or studying in Barnet, delivered via webinar and accessible from your smartphone, laptop or tablet.
It is an online, interactive session allowing participants in different locations to watch a live video session and ask questions. Participating is easy and all you need is access to the internet via a smartphone, laptop or tablet.
Worried about confidentiality? Don’t be! During the online sessions you are completely anonymous. Other participants cannot see or hear you.
You don’t have to ask questions – if you wish, you can just sit back and listen to the presenter. It is up to you and there isn’t any pressure to join in and interact.
The programme is available free of charge to all Barnet residents, students and employees.
For a helpful guide on how to access the online programme click here.
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