We can teach you tools and techniques that will help you better manage everyday ups and downs. You could be feeling particularly low at the moment, having problems sleeping, feeling anxious, experiencing stress at home or at work, or struggling with a change in your circumstances.

Here at MyWellbeing College we can offer you a wide range of options including online coursesgroup courses, phone advice and one-to-one ‘talking therapies’. Our staff can chat to you about which option would be better for you.

If you are experiencing low mood

Low mood can be caused by a number of things including relationship problems, bereavement, sleep problems or stress at work but it is also possible to feel down and low for no particular reason. General low mood can include:

  • Sadness
  • Feeling anxious or panicky
  • Worry
  • Tiredness
  • Low self esteem
  • Frustration
  • Anger

If you are experiencing anxiety

Anxiety is a feeling of worry or fear. It is normal to feel anxious at certain points in your life but can become an ongoing problem.

Anxiety can become an ongoing problem when you:

  • Feel worried a lot of the time
  • Have difficulty sleeping
  • Can’t concentrate
  • Feel irritable, on edge and not able to relax
  • Feel tearful
  • Need reassurance from other people

If you are experiencing stress

Stress comes from feeling under too much pressure, this can either be in your home life, such as relationship stress or money problems, or work related stress. Stress can affect how you feel, think and behave and can affect your sleep.

If you are experiencing ‘baby blues’

Many women can feel a bit down in the first week after giving birth. This feeling is very normal and usually lasts for less than two weeks after giving birth. If symptoms persist past the initial two weeks, get in touch.

If you think we can help you, register online or give us a call on 0300 555 5551.