Introduction to Hardy Workshops

Please scroll down for an introduction to my 3 workshops, and for information that may be helpful to you.

  1. Utilising Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Tools and Techniques into everyday life 

  2. Live Without Stress or Anxiety

  3. Understanding and Working with Suicidal People

  4. Helpful Information 

Participants at every workshop receives a copy of a professional, fully bound course manual that follows the work of the day.  It is also designed as an independent book in its own right.

1.  Help Yourself Using Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Tools and Techniques 

CBT offers a range of accessible tools that we can learn to support ourselves and others every day.  Discover how these techniques can help you; or how you can work with your clients to cope better with a range of situations.

The following workshops are available:

  • A workshop for students.  How can you help yourself think and react differently, and feel better to help you cope with a range of issues, such as stress, anxiety, confidence issues, procrastination, home sickness etc.

  • Help your clients help themselves. This workshop would benefit a range of professionals, such as social or care workers, doctors, teachers, nurses, etc.

  • For counsellors.  Learn the underlying theory.  How might you integrate CBT into your professional practice?

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Live Without Stress or anxiety

For Work, Study or in personal life

Does your thinking ever impact on how you feel and what you do?  How do you react when you feel stressed, anxious or agitated?  How do you cope when you feel overwhelmed?  Does fear and self doubts hold you back from achieving something you really want to do?  How do you manage any stress at work?  Do you want to learn easy to access techniques that you can put into practice when you are stressed or anxious?

Discover techniques that will enable you to:


  • Understand when you feel stressed or anxious

  • Discover ways to help you cope with negative or out of control thoughts

  • Regulating your emotions.  How can you manage your emotions when feeling stressed or  anxious?

  • What might you DO differently?   ​

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​​Understanding And Working With Suicidal People

A Workshop for a range of settings, including Social, Welfare, medical and Counselling Practitioners


In some professions, it is sometimes necessary to work with clients who are suicidal, and can easily leave us feeling overwhelmed or anxious. Having a better understanding of many of the underlying issues can assist us to feel less powerless and more able to help our clients or patients.  


The workshop  includes enabling a better understanding of suicidal thoughts, behaviour and intent; assessing risks; interacting with our client; how might we support ourselves as workers and any Safeguarding considerations.  It also addresses some of the ethical considerations related to this very complex area of work.

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Helpful Information

Location of Workshops:  My workshops are hosted in Glasgow City Centre - easily accessible to both Queen Street and Central Station

I can travel to your own location for group bookings

Cost of each workshop

Each participant pays £95, which includes a fully bound handbook that follows the work of the day. It can be used independently as a book or learning resource in its own right.  ​

15% reduction for bookings of 10 or more​

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