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The UniWellbeing Course is our new, free, online and internet-delivered treatment Course for Macquarie University students. The UniWellbeing Course is designed to teach practical, proven, skills for managing symptoms of stress, anxiety, worry, low mood and depression. We developed The UniWellbeing Course because many young adults have difficulties with stress, anxiety, worry, low mood and depression. But, few people have access to or never seek treatment.
In fact, we know that as many as 50% of students experience stress, anxiety, worry, low mood and depression. This is understandable given the demands of university life and the demands of balancing this with other responsibilities. The UniWellbeing Course is designed to help students learn practical strategies to stay emotionally healthy. We hope this Course will help students succeed at university and in all parts of their life.
PLEASE NOTE: You can scroll right to the bottom of this page to make an application or register your interest in the UniWellbeing Course.
The UniWellbeing Course is delivered over 5 weeks and is designed to provide you with practical information and practical, proven, skills for managing symptoms of different types of anxiety, worry, low mood and depression. The Course aims to provide the information and skills that you would normally receive from a Clinical Psychologist. We hope it will help people to gain better control of these emotions and improve their confidence, performance and quality of life.
Unfortunately, we cannot include people who are currently suicidal, do not have access to the Internet or who are not Australian residents. We also cannot accept applications from anyone who will be accessing regular Cognitive Behavioural Therapy treatment for anxiety or depression at the same time as doing the UniWellbeing Course.
Not sure if this course is right for you? Please contact us, click HERE.
We are currently offering the UniWellbeing Course to Macquarie University students via the Campus Wellbeing Service. You can apply to participate in the Course by completing the CAPS Self-Referral Questionnaire and contacting Campus Wellbeing, HERE.
Importantly, if you are not a Macquarie University student and you are interested in a very similar Course, you may want to consider the Mood Mechanic Course. To read about and participate in the Mood Mechanic Course, click HERE. We are offering this Course regularly throughout 2014 and 2015.
Of course, if you have any questions about the Course please feel free to contact us, click HERE.