These are the resources to accompany our Managing Moods webinars.
If you've not yet attended one of our Managing Moods webinars, simply visit our Managing Moods page to find out more and book your place.
If you are currently attending a Managing Moods course, you'll find the resources for each session in the menu to the left, and information about the course below.
Our Managing Moods webinar course has 6 sessions. Each session is 1 hour long.
We ask that you attend at least 4 sessions.
If you're unable to attend a session, simply contact us to let us know.
Managing Moods aims to equip you with the skills to tackle challenges in your life and feel more like you again.
Why we feel low, or overwhelmed, and what we can do to feel better.
How our daily routines, the food we eat, and our habits can help or hinder our mood.
How our mood affects how we respond to difficult situations, and what we can do to feel more in control.
How to spot and challenge those unhelpful thoughts that pop up when we're stressed or down.
How to keep up the progress we've made during this course, stay motivated, and move forward.
We'll suggest actions you can take to put what you're learning into practice.
We'd like to call you a few weeks after the course to see how you're getting on. This is your choice.
In the final session we will ask you if you'd like a review call and set a date if you do.
We will also send a feedback survey to see if there's any way we can improve our service.
Managing Moods aims to empower you to work on your recovery independently, so we allow you the space to do this, and we do not routinely monitor your progress.
During the course, if you begin to feel that Managing Moods is not for you, that's ok.
Simply contact us and we will be happy to talk through other options.
We will send you a questionnaire each week to check in with you. If you do not receive this, you can complete the questionnaire using this link.
This questionnaire helps us to check in with your safety and helps make sure we are supporting you appropriately.
If you have thoughts of harming yourself or others please contact your GP immediately.
If you need to talk at any time, call Samaritans on 116 123.
See our page on urgent help.
Attending our Managing Moods webinar is a lot like watching a video online
The presenters and other attendees won't be able to see or hear you
When you click the link to join us, the session will start by itself, with no fiddly steps.
You can attend using your computer, laptop, smartphone or tablet.
You won't need a camera or microphone.
You will need a stable internet connection,
and set the volume on your device to a comfortable level.
We recommend downloading Zoom for the best experience if joining from a computer or laptop. Go to www.zoom.us and click "Sign Up It's Free".
You will need to download the Zoom app in order to join from a tablet or smartphone.
It's called "Zoom Cloud Meetings" and you can download it free in the place you usually get your apps.
You can ask questions at any time during the webinar using the Question and Answer (Q&A) feature.
We will also pause at times for you to ask questions or take a short break.
We will do our best to reply to your question privately, so that other attendees will not be able to see your question.
However, please be aware there is a small chance of technical issues that would mean that other attendees are able to see your screen name, your question, and our answer.
During the webinar, the presenters and other attendees will not be able to see or hear you.
Attendees will not see a list of the names of other attendees.
We use Zoom for our webinars.
When registering for a webinar you will be asked to provide your name and email address to Zoom.
We may make a note of questions you ask in your confidential patient file, to help us support you.