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'Mood Boost' webinar with CPSL Mind

CPSL Mind is launching a new series of free, wellbeing-focused webinars aimed at busy people living in the Cambridgeshire area.
When Nov 14, 2017
from 06:15 PM to 06:45 PM
Where Online
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Starting in November, CPSL Mind is launching wellbeing-focused webinars that are free and easy to access.

They are aimed at busy people who would like to improve their mood and quality of life over a 4-week interactive online programme.

The webinars will be hosted by skilled, experienced therapists and packed with interactive, practical tools to support the participants to boost their mood.

The advantages:

  • It’s free to adults that live in Cambridgeshire
  • It’s convenient; individuals can access the webinar from their own home and they can catch up with the session later if they aren’t available when its live
  • It’s effective; the therapists delivering the webinar uses an evidence-based approach to bring about change for the participants

This series of webinars will begin on Tuesday 14 November at 6:15pm, with a further three sessions each week thereafter.

People wishing to take part should head here.

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