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Free Stress and Wellbeing Workshops for Students on Campus.

By 26 January 2024No Comments

6-week Stress and Wellbeing Management Course. Feeling low, anxious, or stressed? Come and join our in-person Stress and Wellbeing Management Course delivered by Bradford and Craven Talking Therapies- NHS service.

The 6-week course will help you learn lots of practical things to help you tackle stress and anxiety. The course is based on Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, which is also known as CBT, which looks at how what you think affects how you feel and behave.

This course is run over six weekly sessions. Each session last 60-90mins and focuses on one topic to overcome.

  • Session 1 – What is Stress? What can be done about it? What is happening to me? Why am I feeling this way?
  1. Session 2 – Improving motivation and routine.
  1. Session 3 – Anxiety and classifying worries.
  1. Session 4 – Understanding worry, rumination and problem-solving and learn some skills to manage it.
  1. Session 5 – Understanding thoughts and challenging thoughts.
  1. Session 6 – Future planning, Staying well plan – help prevent/manage setbacks. Bringing it all together and positive changes.

Certificate of attendance will be provided to students who attend all 6 sessions.

Session time: 2.30pm- 4pm

Venue: Student Central SCO.50

Dates below:

Wednesday 31st January 2024

Wednesday 7th, 14th, 21st and 28th February

Wednesday 6th March.

Link here to register.


Cooking Therapy. Come join us for a fun and relaxing cooking event at the kitchen in Student Central! Need a break from studying or just want to unwind? Cooking Therapy is the perfect event for you! Learn new recipes, meet fellow food enthusiasts, and discover the joy of cooking. Whether you’re a seasoned chef or a beginner, this event is open to everyone. Get ready to chop, mix, and savour delicious dishes while enjoying the company of like-minded individuals. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to nourish your body and soul with the power of food. See you at Cooking Therapy!

Dates : Wednesday 7th, 21st and 28th February 12.00pm – 1.30pm.

Venue: Kitchen, Student Central.

All cooking ingredients and equipment will be provided on the day.

Link here to register.


Low Mood Workshop This course provides an introduction to the topic of low mood and depression. The focus is on understanding more about the effects of low mood and the impact it can have on our thoughts, feelings, and behaviours. It also provides practical tips and advice about how to manage and control depression as well as information about further help and support that is available.

Venue: Student Central. Society Space.

Date: Wednesday 21st February 2024

Time: 3.30pm- 4.30pm.

Link here to register.


Suicide Prevention Workshop: A short workshop to help raise awareness around the impacts of suicide. The course aims to develop individual’s understanding of suicide, challenge common misconceptions, and share information about help and support that is available both locally and nationally.  

Date: Wednesday 28th February

Time: 3.30pm- 4.30pm

Venue: Student Central , Society Space

Link to here. register.


Stress Buster Workshop The course focuses on understanding the effects of stress and how it can influence the way we think, feel and behave and provides tips and advice about how to manage and control stress as well as information about further help and support.

Venue: Society Space , Student Central

Time: 3.30pm- 4.30pm

Date : Wednesday 6th March.

Link here to register.


Improved Sleep Workshop The course aims to help individuals gain a better understanding about the benefits of good sleep as well as examining common sleep problems. Practical suggestions for improving sleep are provided as well as information about further help and support that is available.

Venue: Student Central. Society Space.

Time: 3.30pm- 4.30pm

Date: Wednesday 13th March.

Link here to register.


Please contact if you have any questions about the course.

If you are struggling with your mental health and or Wellbeing, you can access Bradfords wellbeing web app on any device @ which offers information and signposting to services. The app is a great resource for students to help you maintain good mental health and wellbeing throughout your studies via useful tools and tips.

Another option is to register for 1-1 counselling or mental health advice with the Counselling & MH Service who can offer support on any issue. Here’s the link


NHS CBT 1-1 and group support

Free and confidential service for students operated by Health Assured.24 hour helpline: 0800 028 3766.




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