Steps 2 Wellbeing

Dorset

Webinar Courses

We run a variety of webinars (online courses) across both Step 2 and Step 3 treatments. Accessing webinars enables you to get the benefit of a course from the comfort of your own home. Our webinars are live, and you can type questions to the facilitator to have them answered in real-time. Unlike our video consultations, our webinars are only one way video- so you'll be able to see the person leading the course but they (or anyone else) won't be able to see you.

Webinar course invites will be sent to you by email before the session. Click the link within the email to access the live broadcast.

If you have further questions about our webinars please click here for FAQs.

The webinars we offer include:

First Steps- step 2

First steps is an orientation session for those starting their journey with us. It gives an overview of the service and what we can offer, mental health conditions in the general population (you are not alone!), things that can add to mental health difficulties, and how you can benefit from treatment. The webinar version of the course enables you to benefit from all of this from the comfort of your own home!

Wellbeing Modules- step 2

A web based version of our psychoeducational course which focusses on six different topics. The webinar can be picked up at any point during the cycle. See details about what the course will cover on our main group page.

Managing stress- step 2

A webinar version of our psychoeducational course- aimed at giving you the tools and techniques to cope with stress in a positive manner. The five week course covers importatnt aspects of stress, including understanding stress and cognitive behavioural therapy techniques; physical symptoms of stress and the importance of diet and physical activity in stress reduction. How stress can alter behaviour, the role of thoughts in stress, and relapse prevention.

Steps4Mums (PND)- step 2

An eight week online course to support those suffering from postnatal-depression. The course covers positive and practical tools and techniques including behavioural activation, cognitive restructuring and relapse prevention. Throughout the course a range of tools are incorporated including sleep hygiene; SMART goals; problem solving; and worry psycho-education.Anyone with a child under the age of two is welcome, both mothers and fathers.

Mindfulness based cognitive therapy- step 3

Our webinar coursed based on learning and using mindfulness based cognitive therapy to help prevent relapses of depression. Mindfulness is a non-religious meditation based on being present in the moment. We teach you how to use this to break the cycle of sadness retriggering negative thoughts, unhelpful responses, and the symptoms of depression reoccurring.

To access downloadable workbooks for our courses click here.