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Weekly topic sheets

The 12 sessions below are founded on 5-factor cognitive behavioural therapy and are presented in a clear and easily understood way.

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1. Panic Attacks

Many people describe themselves as “their own worst enemy”; understanding what goes on in the brain explains why.
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2. What's the best thing to do when...?

In a range of situations, from sever to trivial, this is a terrific question to ask - and to act on.
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3. Breathing and relaxation

Breathing is easy, everybody does it. And yet if you don’t do it well it causes all sorts of problems, from panic to fatigue.
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4. Distraction

'Distraction' is one of the key techniques for you to use in dealing with all forms of unwanted emotions. It is very simple, but it is also very fundamental - it determines what you are thinking about.
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5. Diary Keeping

Lots of people keep a diary, and it can be a really good thing to do if you do it right – and do it at the right time.
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6. Confronting phobias

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7. Perfecting your life commentary

Some people give themselves a depressing or worrying ‘commentary’ on their life, others train themselves to give and upbeat energising one.
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8. Goal setting

If you don’t know what you want, it’s difficult to know when you’ve got it. Equally, to set and achieve good goals is one of life’s great satisfactions.
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9. Cutting down on unhelpful drugs

There are lots of unhelpful drugs: heroin, cocaine, coffee (if it interferes with your sleep can be very unhelpful). The one we use as an example is alcohol, simply because it causes easily the most devastation, but you can adapt it to whatever you want.
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10. Dealing with situations that stress you out

How to cope with situation ranging from putting the kids to bed to meeting strangers: any situations that always stresses you out.
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11. Taking control of yourself

It is curious just how many people have trouble 'controlling themselves'. And the rewards are great for those who can decide the way they want to be and then to be that way.
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12. Getting your thinking straight

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Below are the other resources that you need

Weekly Observation Sheet

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Core Values

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Mood Record

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Registration Form

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Feedback Form

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Attendance Certificate

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Folder Cover: Option 1 (Original)

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Folder Cover: Option 2 (Beach)

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Folder Cover: Option 3 (Desert)

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Folder Cover: Option 4 (Stones)

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Folder Spines

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Delegate Certificate

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Referral Form

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Monitoring Request Form

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Advertising Poster Example

Download an example poster, where you can see what information can be updated for your sessions. Once you know the information that you would like to be included, simply email office@moodmaster.co.uk and we will amend the poster for you.
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