Reframing Negative Thoughts Workshop (online)

Reframing Negative Thoughts Workshop (online)

Venue:
Duration: 2 hours
Start Date: To be confirmed
Day and time: Monday, 9.30-11.30am
Course fees: FREE
Enrolment information: For information on how to apply, please call The Endeavour Centre on 01482 615 349

Course Aims

In this two hour online workshop you will at the emotional impact negative thoughts have on your wellbeing and those around. This workshop will then explore ways that you can turn it around, enabling you to combat the negatives with a more positive approach.

Entry Requirements

You will need basic IT skills, and access to a computer/tablet or telephone allowing you to use google classroom, and the free Microsoft Teams App.

Course Content

You will learn the theories behind negative thoughts and why our brains are chemically pre-disposed towards finding the negative. By learning how to identify negative thoughts the workshop intend to help you to be able to identify negative thinking and therefore be able to counter it with a positive approach. We will look at examples of negative thinking and the class will discuss techniques one can use to turn these thoughts on end – combating negatives with a positive alternatives.

You will be supported though google classroom based practical teaching as well as google classroom access allowing you to access your coursework at any time.

Assessment Method

This course is assessed through RARPA and non-accredited. You will receive guidance and support identifying and setting targets along your learning journey and can expect ongoing tutor support and feedback to help you to achieve your aims.

Where can it lead?

Once you have built up your confidence and skills the world of progression opens up to you. You can progress onto further courses in mental health, or stretch your craft skills by enrolling onto our Art and Wellbeing courses. Direct progression routes to future courses are available to you through current workshops and new courses beginning after Christmas.

Learning new skills and gaining great highlights to add to your C.V., as the skills give you interesting talking points showing diverse interests and an interest in progression.