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3 February: Building Self Esteem course: Designed for people who feel low in self-esteem and confidence and may experience low mood and/or anxiety. When? April (TBC) 6-7.45pm. 12 weekly sessions in total. Where? 194 Hammersmith Road   For more information, please call our self referral line or click here.
3 February: Keeping the Balance: Carers workshop: A workshop designed specifically for carers to help them develop cognitive and behavioural skills to cope with the challenges of caregiving. When? 12 noon - 2pm, 18 July 2017 For more information, please call our self referral line or click here.
3 February: Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy course: MBCT course for those who are looking to learn the skill of mindfulness practice. When? April (TBC), 5.30-7.45pm. 8 weekly sessions in total.   For more information, please call our self referral line or click here.
8 February: Behavioural Couples Therapy:

BEHAVIOURAL COUPLES THERAPY

This is a therapy for couples who are in a committed relationship and have been living together for at least 6 months.

Behavioural Couples Therapy (BCT) is an approach that can help people in a relationship with the emotional difficulties that can arise between partners, especially when one or both people are depressed. These sessions focus on improving communication, managing feelings and changing behaviour, solving problems and promoting acceptance, and revising perceptions and expectations. Relationship problems that can be dealt with in BCT include overcoming a previous affair, family difficulties, or those that are having difficulty communicating effectively and making decisions together. This therapy sees you, the couple, as one patient and does not attempt to provide individual therapy for one specific person within your relationship. Much like one-to-one CBT, the couple would need to be able to commit to regular (usually weekly) sessions and to be in a position to engage in a structured, change focused therapy. Research has shown that relationship satisfaction after completion of BCT greatly improves. To speak to someone about Behavioural Couples Therapy, please call our main service telephone number on 0300 123 1156 For more information, please call our self referral line or click here.
3 February: Long Term Health Conditions Self-management group: Helping people manage the emotional effects of a living with a Long Term Health Condition. When? March (TBC), 1.30-3.30pm. 8 weekly sessions in total.   For more information, please call our self referral line or click here.
3 February: Worry group: Helping people develop cognitive behavioural skills for managing worry. When? May (TBC), 6.15-7.45pm. 12 weekly sessions in total.   For more information, please call our self referral line or click here.
3 February: Overcoming Social Anxiety course: Understanding what social anxiety is, what causes it, and what keeps it going. When? Monday 8th May, 6.15-7.45pm. 10 weekly sessions in total.   For more information, please call our self referral line or click here.
3 February: Managing Your Emotions group: Helping people become aware of their emotional experiences and develop skills to support their emotional well-being. Modular programme (13 weeks total), you can join at the start of any module. When? Thurs 16th Feb for Interpersonal Effectiveness Module. Next module 9th March, 5.45-7pm. For more information, please call our self referral line or click here.
3 February: Tea, Cake and Talk (Everyone 60+): Come and reflect on shared experiences of a chosen theme and a chance to meet new people. Includes gentle physical exercises and techniques to help unwind and relax. Modular programme, you can join at the start of any module.When? March (TBC), Thursdays, Weekly, 10.15-11.45am. For more information, please call our self referral line or click here.
3 February: Sleep workshop: Workshop about normal sleep and methods to improve disrupted sleep. When? 14th March and 9th May   For more information, please call our self referral line or click here.
5 January: NEW! Online therapy ‘Back Online’:

Introducing Back Online

Back on Track have launched an interactive online therapy programme, Back Online - a more flexible and modern way of delivering therapy. The programme consists of various therapeutic modules – all of which can be personalised for you and your needs by your therapist. Back Online is designed to help you access therapy in new and convenient ways that fit around busy lifestyles and the demands of work and home. Modules can be made interactive, with your therapist tracking your progress along the way and offering feedback (guided self-help), or you can complete your modules without guidance (pure self-help). As well as accessing the service online and on smartphones and tablets, you will be able to download an app. The app allows you to record your progress from your smartphone or iPad anywhere and at anytime.  

Why try Back Online?

  • It can be just as effective as face to face or telephone therapy
  • It’s flexible, and can be completed anywhere and anytime – all you need is an internet connection
  • All your information is in one place, so it's easier to keep track of your progress week-by-week
  • The modules are accessible to use for up to a year after treatment has started. We want to empower you to be your own therapist.

    Is it for you?

  • Would you struggle getting to appointments between the hours of 9am-5pm? Back Online offers a more flexible therapy service by allowing you to complete sessions. You can complete tasks in your own home at anytime so long as you have an Internet connection.
  • Do you own a computer, iPad, laptop, or smartphone and have regular access to an email account? Back Online requires an email address to set up the account and runs on devices that have an Internet connection.
  • The modules we offer are:

    > Overcoming Depression > Overcoming Generalised Anxiety > Overcoming Panic > Overcoming OCD > Building Self-Esteem > Overcoming Rumination > Mindfulness > Learning to Relax > Overcoming Work Stress

    What happens now?

    If you are interested in our online therapy programme, please call us on 0300 123 1156.  
For more information, please call our self referral line or click here.
3 February: Relaxation workshop: Workshop focussed on basic relaxation strategies for stress. When? 28th March and 30th May For more information, please call our self referral line or click here.
3 February: Getting Started with CBT Seminar: A 2 session evening workshop giving an introduction to CBT, for those joining the waiting list for individual CBT who have had their assessment. When? Tues 14th Feb (next one 16th March), 6.15-7.45pm. For more information, please call our self referral line or click here.
3 February: Introduction to Mindfulness workshop: Experiential workshop to introduce the concept of mindfulness. When?21st Feb and 4th April For more information, please call our self referral line or click here.
3 February: Coping with Depression course: When? May (TBC), 12-2pm. 12 weekly sessions in total. For more information, please call our self referral line or click here.
3 February: Assertiveness workshop: Looking at what assertiveness (passiveness vs. assertiveness vs. aggression) and techniques to develop assertive behaviours. When? 21st March and 23rd May For more information, please call our self referral line or click here.
2 October: Building self confidence and improving your mood: For more information, please call our self referral line or click here.
11 August: Adjusting to a Long Term Health Condition: For more information, please call our self referral line or click here.
3 July: Assertiveness Workshop: For more information, please call our self referral line or click here.
3 July: Improve your Sleep workshop: For more information, please call our self referral line or click here.

For more information on any of our groups or workshops, please call our self referral line. 0300 123 1156