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Whether you suffer from paranoid thoughts currently or not, feelings of paranoia could happen at any time. Understanding the damage these intrusive thoughts can have is key to saving yourself or others from their effects. This course is here to help you learn more about how people experience paranoia and the steps that can be taken to move past it.
This course provides guidance to help you recognise the symptoms of paranoia and identify some of the causes and impacts it can have. It will explain how to implement a self-help plan to deal with paranoia and choose suitable treatment to help you take control back.
Do you ever imagine that something bad has happened without any evidence of it? Maybe you think you’re being talked about behind your back, or that people are trying to control you. These are all examples of paranoia. If you’re experiencing it, it can be pretty scary and you might feel afraid to let others know what you’re going through. But luckily, you don’t need to suffer.
It’s important to recognise paranoia when it strikes and take steps to address it. Sustained thoughts of this nature can lead to mental health issues, and can sometimes be indicative of deeper psychological problems, which can also lead to poor mental and physical health. Thankfully, paranoid thought can be addressed, but you do need to take action. This course will explain how you can do so.
It can be difficult to talk and learn about mental health, and paranoia is no different. But we know how important it is to be open about mental health and we’re passionate about providing good quality resources that help people to do just that. We also wanted to reinforce the fact that so many people face mental health problems. So, we used colourful, first-rate animation to help the learner engage with a relatable character who is experiencing paranoia.
This fantastic course is based on high quality research to ensure the information provided is reliable and accurate. It delivers helpful guidance to show learners what paranoia is and how it feels, without stigmatising the experience. It also offers practical tips to help learners proactively address their feelings and uses engaging animation to give a clear example of the circle of control technique. You can feel confident that this course will empower learners by helping them to understand what they or others are going through, and how to address it.
Everyone has the right to learn and learner need can vary demanding on environment or disabilities. This course comes with transcripts so people have text options for an media, subtitles for all videos and is screen reader friendly with alternative text.
We take a number of steps to ensure visuals and navigation is easy for your people. For more information on the steps we take for accessibility check out how we make our courses.