Anxiety: Beat it and Regain Peace UCL Access
Free Enrolment with your @ucl.ac.uk email address
This access is for current UCL students only. You must sign in with your @ucl.ac.uk email address
NOTE: Due to the current global situation, the trial period for the course is being extended. Rather than being signed out at 8 weeks, all new and remaining users will have unlimited access until the end of August 2020 when everyone will then be signed out.
These are difficult and anxiety provoking times we are living in so I hope this small gesture can help in some way.
This 8 week access period is a chance for you experience the 12 week course and see how it helps you manage your anxiety. NOTE: The 8 week access period starts from the date you enrol on the course and is automatically stopped when 8 weeks is complete. Please note that this trial can only be accessed once per student. As such it is recommended that you only enrol when you are ready to engage with the material.
Once you enrol, you will also be able to access the Anxiety: Beat it and Regain Peace Users Group. This is a closed Facebook group only for those who have enrolled on the course.The group is to provide you with a safe place to talk to others who are also working on their anxiety. Though the course is online, you do not need to feel that you are taking this journey on your own.
Note: By signing up to the course you are opting in to be added to and contacted via the course email list.
Is Anxiety stealing your peace? You deserve to be peaceful and happy! The aim of the course is to provide you with
Knowledge to help you understand what anxiety is and where it comes from
An explanation of anxiety triggers and help to recognise your own
Insight to enable you to learn how you can win your fight with anxiety, beating it once and for all.
This is done through the use of written, audio and video presentations accompanied with experiential exercise sheets for you to download and utilise.
The desired outcome is that you will finish this course feeling more in control of your general anxiety and with a wealth of techniques to make sure you can keep your anxiety at bay well into the future. The techniques you are taught have empirically proven effectiveness for overcoming anxiety. That means that everything in this course has been tried and tested with people suffering distress from their anxiety and has helped them to regain control and peace. You can take a look at the session preview on the curriculum below.
This online self help course can be taken at your own pace and you can revisit the material as many times as you feel necessary. You can follow the lectures at times that are most convenient for you and do this in the comfort of your own home or wherever you feel most comfortable.
NOTE: The 8 week access period starts from the date you enrol on the course and is automatically stopped when 8 weeks is complete. Please note that this trial can only be accessed once per student. As such it is recommended that you only enrol when you are ready to engage with the material. By signing up to the course you are opting in to be added to and contacted via the course email list.
TESTIMONIALS FROM OTHER UCL STUDENTS
Other UCL students like:
'Explanations of what anxiety is'
'Videos are quick and tasks are straightforward'
'...how it was logically divided into sections'
'...can do it at your own pace'
'Detailed description of a point with real life examples'
'This course made me rationalise several aspects about my anxiety... now at least I have instruments to think about it and see it more clearly.'
'...anxiety rating + noticing avoidance behaviours, safety behaviours and anxiety beginnings'
Frequently Asked Questions
Dr Sonia Greenidge, is a Chartered Counselling Psychologist holding registration with the Health and Care Professionals Council (HCPC) and accredited by the British Psychological Society (BPS) and the British Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies (BABCP).
"In my years of experience, I have worked with hundreds of clients from all walks of life. This has provided me with deep insight and a practical view of the problems people are facing in contemporary times with regards to both their professional and personal lives."