Free Mental Wellbeing Group Training

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Human Being is offering a free five-week training course for people who would like to get the skills to help run mental wellbeing sessions, and use their own experience to help create a new way of looking at mental health.

Details of the Training

Venue: Space 2, The Old Fire Station, Gipton Approach, Leeds LS9 6NL
Dates and Times: Thursdays 10am – 12pm From 25 April 2019 for 5 weeks
Expenses: Travel expenses, snacks and tea are provided.
Cost: Free

Who it’s for?

People who are interested in helping deliver one of Humans Being’s short mental wellbeing courses. Humans Being go into community organisations to run workshops and courses where people can look at the influence of gender stereotypes and the pressures they feel to behave in certain ways. This gives them a chance to think again about who they really are as human beings, what they really value and the changes they would like to make.

You will use your personal experiences to explore what has helped you in the past and look at the strengths and skills you have that could help others feel more calm, confident and positive. It will be useful to anyone interested in a career in mental wellbeing, group work or training.

What you will get out of it?

Facilitating sessions and knowing that you’ve been a part of something that changes people’s lives is a fantastic feeling. But it can also be challenging, frustrating and nerve-wracking. This course will show you some tried-and-tested techniques for making groups run smoothly, building your confidence and looking after your own wellbeing as you do it.

“Go on this course, it will help you with your depression or anxiety, you will meet other people and you will get a lot out of it – it’s made me a stronger person inside in just a few weeks!”

Lincoln Green participant, Feb 2019

Book your place now!

Contact: Duncan Millard, Mental Well-being Co-ordinator, Humans Being on 0113 8730028 duncan@humansbeing.org.uk 

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2019-04-04T16:01:46+00:00 27th March 2019|0 Comments

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