Do you imagine that something bad has happened without any evidence of it? Maybe you think you’re being talked about behind your back, or that the government are attempting to control you. Don’t we all think that one?
The fact is, sustained thoughts of this nature can lead to mental health issues. In fact, these paranoid thoughts are often indicative of deeper psychological problems, which may lead to poor mental and physical health. Thankfully, paranoid thought can be corrected, but only if you take action. This course will explain how.
By the end of this course, you’ll be able to:
- Recognise the symptoms of paranoia
- Identify the causes and characterise the effects of paranoia
- Implement a self-help plan
- Choose a course of treatment
Why should I take this course?
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 informative and here to help you take appropriate preemptive action.