This new course developed by Occupational Health and Wellbeing Services is designed to help you gain a better understanding of your low mood and focuses on improving your motivation. The course is a psychoeducational group and is facilitated by a qualified Cognitive Behavioural Therapist. You will learn how to build a productive and varied routine that will create a sense of purpose and achievement in your life. You will be supported in tackling activities that you may have been avoiding – a common feature of low mood. This course will equip you with the knowledge and skills to manage your mood and build a balanced and rewarding lifestyle. 

Aims of the group:

  • Understanding depression symptoms and your cycle of low mood
  • Help to manage lack of motivation
  • To identify and start to build a rewarding routine to help break the cycle of low mood
  • Adapt how you approach activities
  • Help to overcome obstacles and make activities more rewarding
  • To feel more confident in being able to manage our mood with better coping mechanisms.

If you think you would benefit from attending this group, see available start dates and more information below.

The course runs each Tuesday from the start date below for 5 consecutive weeks. A telephone follow up after the group has finished on week 6, is also available (if required).

All sessions run from 10am-11:30am and are delivered on Teams.

You will require access to emails and a device enabling you to join each of the sessions.

This is not a support group, it is a psychoeducational group which aims at providing you with better understanding of your mental health and alternative ways of coping to improve your overall wellbeing. You will be encouraged to share/participate, but there is no pressure to do so.

You can express your interest in joining the group using the registration link below. You will then be booked in for a telephone assessment with one of our team to confirm the course is for you.

Date Time Registration
Tuesday 28 March 10am Book a place for this session

Any queries regarding the group should be directed to