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Living life to the full starts with looking after your mental health and emotional wellbeing. However, life can get busy and, as a result, our self-care can fall to the bottom of the to-do list. We deliver the Living Life to the Full course to help you prioritise your emotional wellbeing, gain self-confidence, and safely explore what happiness means for you.

The Living Life to the Full course  teaches a range of life skills that are based on the Cognitive Behavioural Therapy approach. This course is not a substitute for therapy, it’s an active learning environment. It’s a safe space where we come together to learn from the course content and, also, from each other. #TogetherWeDo

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Along the journey of life, we go through lots of highs and lows. Sometimes, life is really good. Other times, it can feel like a struggle getting motivated to do anything! Wherever you find yourself in life, Living Life to the Full can equip you with skills, offer advice, and help you navigate the more challenging moments from a place of confidence within yourself.

The course get’s straight to the heart of the matter, covering topics like:

  • Why do I feel so bad?
  • I can’t be bothered doing anything
  • Why does everything always go wrong?
  • 10 things you can do to feel happier straight away
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The NHS recommends five key steps for positive mental wellbeing ; participants who take part in Living Life to the Full are actively engaging with these five steps. Living Life to the Full is delivered in small groups, and aims to improve wellbeing and resilience. It’s delivered by our Wellbeing Mentor, Jane, but also delivered by our Peer Mentors. These Mentors have been involved in our Reach project and completed the Living Life to the Full course themselves. They have real life experience with a variety of highs and lows, and are well equipped to help others in a similar position.

If you’re interested in enrolling on the course, or you’d like to find out more information, please get in touch with us. You can also contact Jane by emailing employability@ccha.org.uk

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