This course is designed as an introduction to how we as individuals think about thinking, to help students explore and understand more about this subject. The way we habitually think (or “mentalisation”) has a major impact on our wellbeing and mental health. Identifying some common and potentially unhelpful thinking patterns and traps can help us to better understand and potentially adapt our thinking. The course is suitable for students with lived experience of mental health issues, and also anyone supporting or working with individuals who might find the concepts useful.

This is a 2-part course when run in-person (3 hours per session), or a 3-part course when run online online (90 minutes per session)

To book onto this course, please contact the ORC Team

T: 01865 779613