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Join one of our online courses

With You offers a range of free online courses for people who want to improve their mental wellbeing.

You don’t need a referral from your GP but you do need to be:

  • aged 17 or over
  • registered with a GP in Kent or Surrey

Managing anxiety and low mood

Start date: Wednesday 23rd June
Course time: 12 – 1pm
Length: 6 weeks

This self-help course helps you to understand and better manage your mental health. It provides a toolbox of practical techniques and skills to support your wellbeing and improve your mental health.

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Managing stress and anxiety

Start date: Monday 5th July
Course time: 9 – 10am
Length: 4 weeks

This course helps you to:

  • understand what keeps stress and anxiety going, and how you can break those vicious cycles
  • learn how to manage difficult or worrisome thoughts
  • develop helpful ways to cope with stressful life circumstances

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Managing panic

Start date: Tuesday 13th July
Course time: 4.30 – 5.30pm
Length: 5 weeks

This self-help course helps you to:

  • understand what keeps anxiety and panic going, and how you can break those vicious cycles
  • understand the physical sensations you experience with anxiety and why they happen
  • learn practical techniques to help you relax and ground you in the present moment

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What else our courses can help with

As well as stress, anxiety and low mood our courses can help with things like:

  • sleep problems
  • money worries
  • anxiety in social situations
  • long-term health conditions

Weekly group sessions are led by our trained practitioners and based on cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT).

What is CBT?

CBT is a talking therapy that uses practical techniques to help you think and act more positively.

Evidence shows it can help with common problems like stress, insomnia, anxiety and depression.

Benefits of joining a group

Being part of a group allows you to share advice and support with other people.

It can be reassuring to know you’re not the only one experiencing difficulties.

You can also ask our trained practitioners questions and get personal feedback on your progress.

You can talk as little or as much as you like.

However, we find people tend to benefit more when they talk in the group, read the course materials, work through exercises and try things out.

I liked that it was easy to access and I was able to do this from the comfort of home. It helps protect my anonymity.

– Client

How long the courses last

Our online courses run for between four and eight weeks, depending on which one you join.

Sessions last for 1-2 hours each week.

You can join from home or from a quiet place at work.

You just need a phone, tablet or laptop, and a good internet connection.

How to register for a course

If you think one of our courses would be helpful for you, just fill in our short registration form.

Once you’re registered one of our trained staff will get in touch to discuss the group in more detail and help you decide if it’s right for you.

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See what other kinds of mental health support we offer.