Living Life to the Full Groups

Living Life to the Full Groups and Individual Sessions (LLTTF)

In just eight, enjoyable 90-minute sessions, this Living Life to the Full programme can help people make a difference to their lives.

With the help of a little book and expert guidance at each session, participants learn how to sort out their feelings when they feel low, worried or hopeless and will learn skills that help them tackle problems in their lives.

They will also meet new people and have a lot of fun! Living Life to the Full

As a general life skiLiving Life to the Full lls course all based on Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), the course aims to teach attendees to become their own therapist with the support of the trainer. The course is centered around  the Living Life to the Full colourful booklets with associated worksheets for clients to fill out between sessions.  There will be plenty of help, along with laughter, along the way.


Sessions taught:

Why do I feel so bad? – Teaches how to use the Five Areas Assessment
I can’t be bothered doing anything – Teaches behavioural activation to help people increase activity
Why does everything always go wrong? – Helps people combat negative thoughts
I’m not good enough – How to overcome low confidence
How to fix almost everything – Problem solving for practical problemsLiving Life to the Full
The things you do that mess you up – Problem solving for unhelpful behaviours
Are you strong enough to keep your temper? – Techniques for mild anger and irritability
10 things you can do to help you feel happier straight away


Interested in attending a course?


If you or your organisation would like to run a Living the Life to the Full course for your employees or clients, contact me on and we can make arrangements to share further information.


Important information

I have:art workshops

  • a current enhanced DBS check,
  • safeguarding training for children and vulnerable adults,
  • membership of an accredited register of the Professional Standards Authority.
  • MA Arts Practice (Art, Health and Wellbeing), PGCE.