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Oxford Diploma in Understanding and Overcoming Depression

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Requirements

  • 1. An interest in mood, mental health and cinema/theatre as therapy for depression and anxiety.
  • 2. Additional materials. It would be handy if you had a pen/paper with you in case you wanted to make a note of the website links or even the key points of a lecture. Also, perhaps the phone numbers of your friends. There may be key lectures you wish to bring to their attention, or perhaps you just feel now is a good time to chat.
  • 3. Appropriate mindset. This course is not a loss leader. This is a course aimed at helping reduce depression. So the mindset I would like you to bring is simply – spread the word, in a sense we all have something to gain.
  • 4. As there are links given in the lectures you should be able to use the internet – make sure you have anti-virus software that is up to date!
  • 5. Specific software. No specific software is required – if you can access this then you can access the course
  • 6. Access to a printer as there are numerous extension activities and questions which, when completed, make up a workbook

What you’ll learn

  • Understand what depression is and how to prevent it in the future.
  • Understand and apply the Linden Method
  • Understand how improvisation can be a complement to therapy for depression and anxiety
  • Cry! Understand why some films make us cry – and that may be good for us!
  • Understand how acting puts a strain on performers
  • Appreciate how films – and location – my affect your mood
  • Understand more about crowdfunding for a film, see the trailer and then the final film
  • Understand the thoughts behind the film via an interview with the producer
  • Greater emotional resilience!
  • Understand about nutrition and depression – what to eat, what to avoid
  • Augment your happiness!
  • Select the RIGHT type of EXERCISE to reduce depression!
  • Understand about thoughts, mental health and emotional wellbeing
  • Understand how CBT may be used to treat yourself for depression phobias and how to treat anxiety disorders
  • Understand how to apply for funding and how the money is invested
  • Understand solution-focused therapy
  • Understand how acting can be a therapy for depression
  • Understand how depression differs among genders
  • How decluttering affects mental health
  • The psychology behind organising and decluttering
  • How the performing arts benefit mental health
  • Decluttering with depression
  • Depression, stress and stroke risk

Requirements

  • 1. An interest in mood, mental health and cinema/theatre as therapy for depression and anxiety.
  • 2. Additional materials. It would be handy if you had a pen/paper with you in case you wanted to make a note of the website links or even the key points of a lecture. Also, perhaps the phone numbers of your friends. There may be key lectures you wish to bring to their attention, or perhaps you just feel now is a good time to chat.
  • 3. Appropriate mindset. This course is not a loss leader. This is a course aimed at helping reduce depression. So the mindset I would like you to bring is simply – spread the word, in a sense we all have something to gain.
  • 4. As there are links given in the lectures you should be able to use the internet – make sure you have anti-virus software that is up to date!
  • 5. Specific software. No specific software is required – if you can access this then you can access the course
  • 6. Access to a printer as there are numerous extension activities and questions which, when completed, make up a workbook

Who this course is for:

  • EMPLOYERS: You may be in a position to help reduce depression in the workplace
  • EMPLOYEES: This course is for people of all occupations prone to depression and anxiety.
  • THOSE UNEMPLOYED: Perhaps unwillingly, you have more time – but perhaps also, more risk
  • SELF-EMPLOYED: Working alone can mean the risk of depression multiplies
  • STUDENTS: The stress of exams – an outlet is needed
  • PARENTS: You have your own stresses – you too need an escape
  • ACTORS: Acting creates its own pressures – sometimes you need to take a step back
  • TEENS: Perhaps more at risk than anyone – know there are ways you can help – and be helped
  • ANYONE AND EVERYONE: Fresh ideas, resources and awareness that there are others out there
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