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Living Life to the Full DVD
Feeling stressed or low? Sleeping poorly? Want to use self-help but don't like to use workbooks?
The Living Life to the Full DVD could be just the resource you've been looking for.
Produced to a very high standard the DVD lasts over 40 minutes and covers all the most common life skills most people wish to learn.
The DVD can be played on a DVD/TV or on a computer with a DVD player/software and soundcard/speakers.
- Introduction/why do I feel like I do
- Problem solving
- Building confidence and activities
- Balanced thinking
- Dealing with unhelpful behaviours
- Sleeping better
- Healthy Living
Also included: are the 4 credit card summaries and a mood rating scale (5 cards in total) - between them summarising key components of the course.
The price includes postage and packing in the UK. Not in the UK? You can still order this product from the Overseas orders section of the site however please note the disc is a Region 2 DVD and will not play on many DVD players bought in the USA or Asia..
Credits: Produced with support from the Scottish Government Health Department, NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde, with the help of volunteers from Depression Alliance Scotland (www.dascot.org.uk).
All proceeds from the sale of this DVD are used to help enhance the Living Life to the Full website.
Wanting to order in bulk?
The DVD can be purchased at reduced cost for bulk orders. Please see the Practitioner Resources area for more details or contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Using the DVD:
The DVD will play on UK-based (Region 2) DVD players - and on computers loaded with DVD playing software, a DVD player and soundcard/speakers
Can't hear any sound? Please try the DVD on a DVD/TV player. If you are playing the DVD on a computer please check whether you can you play other DVDs and hear sound, For this your speakers need to be powered and switched on. Also please check if your sound is either low volume or muted (have a look at the speaker icon at the bottom right of the desktop and see if there is a red stop sign next to it. If so right click the volume control icon and unmute the sound/or increase the sound volume).