Conflict is inevitable in any relationship, but it doesn't have to break the bond. In this session, we will learn how to approach conflict in a healthy and productive way, and find resolutions that work for both partners.
Emotions, thoughts and behaviours are closely connected but they are three distinct things. Learning to understand the difference between them and how they work together allows us to better find ways to cope with our mental health challenges. Join in the conversation to hear more.
This session explores the importance of effective communication when it comes to discussing mental health. Learn how to identify supportive individuals, how to communicate your needs and expectations, and how to set boundaries.
In today's fast-paced and highly competitive world, emotional intelligence has become an essential skill for success. Join this session as we discuss the role of emotional intelligence in the workplace and how it can improve communication, build stronger relationships, and enhance teamwork.
In this session, we will focus on developing resilience in the face of challenges and setbacks. Join us to learn about the importance of a growth mindset, cultivating positive self-talk, and developing coping strategies for difficult situations.
Join us for a session on the benefits of community support in the home environment. In this session, we'll explore practical strategies for building a support network within your community, including how to identify resources and communicate effectively with community members.
If you feel disconnected from yourself and the reality of the world around you, you could be disassociating. There are many causes for feeling this way. Learn how to recognise and manage your feelings.
Social isolation is linked to depression, poor sleep, high blood pressure, heart disease and diabetes as well as increasing the risk of dementia. Whether it's because of illness, old age or other causes, it's important to manage social isolation and get out there.
In this session, we will explore the principles of positive psychology as a tool for managing depression. We will discuss the importance of focusing on strengths, values, and positive experiences, and explore techniques for developing a more positive outlook on life.
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Come and join any one of our focused sessions in the Forest where you can choose from hundreds of options, ranging from anxiety to work stress, the pressures of being a student to parenting challenges.