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Northbank Wellbeing Series: Challenging Negative Thinking – The Mind Game

Welcome to this year’s wellbeing series. Find out how to address your negative thinking and challenge your own thoughts about stressful situations.

Join us as we welcome the Wellbeing People to deliver a talk on developing cognitive resilience with a deeper focus on the idea that problems aren’t caused by situations themselves but by how we interpret them. It will help to build an understanding of the dynamics of stress and why perception matters.

This workshop will help you to:

– Build personal resilience skills

– Manage stress more effectively

– Use the ABCD Model

– Identify and recognize different thinking traps


The BID is offering this FREE of charge to make the Northbank a better place to be and work. In 2018/19 stress, depression or anxiety accounted for 44% of all work-related ill health cases and 54% of all working days lost due to ill health (Labour Force Survey). In our global city we need to take time for ourselves and how better to do that than with our wellbeing series. Improve your mental wellbeing through these lunchtime seminars.

We anticipate high volumes of interest for these workshops, register to avoid disappointment.


Email or call the BID office with any questions: gerald@thenorthbank.london or 0203 697 9277

14 January 2020 @ 12:15 pm - 1:15 pm



Adelphi Building, 1-11 John Adam St
London, WC2N 6AU United Kingdom
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