4.15 (28 reviews)
☑ Recognise signs of depression and be able to evade it
☑ Know how to help others avoid depression
☑ How depression is linked to decluttering (clutter)
☑ The clutter-depression-anxiety cycle
☑ How cinema visits reduce depression
☑ The importance of decluttering your mind
☑ How the performing arts benefit mental health
☑ How theatre/cinema reduces stress: stress and stroke risk
☑ Depression and stroke risk
Notice: Please do NOT enrol on this course on impulse, thinking you might watch it later. Maybe show an interest on impulse, yes, but before you enrol, watch the Preview videos, read the Course Description and then make a decision. If you then enrol then please start the course as soon as possible. Watch the lectures, look at the workbooks and join in the discussions. Joining my courses is a serious business and I want you to get the most out of your study – but I also want you to enjoy the course.
That is why I am asking that you only enrol because you really want to and that you start the course intending to make full use of all the resources.
You will be very welcome.
In Cinema, Theatre and Depression, many students enrolled but some felt there needed to be more involvement, more chances to carry out exercises, make comments etc.
I listen to what people say!
This course has activities to do at the end of lectures and you are asked to post comments in the Q/A section. The more students become involved, the better the course.
This course provides YOU with the material to learn, explore, discuss and then overcome depression.
The medium that is used is Cinema and Theatre
Please participate if you do enrol! You will gain so much more if you do the homework!
Decluttering workbook added July 2019
Chapter 1: Combat Depression with Decluttering
Chapter 2: The Clutter-Depression-Anxiety Cycle: How to Stop It
Chapter 3: Clutter & Depression are linked
Chapter 4: The Video Chapter
Chapter 5: Is Decluttering the Secret to Less Stress and Better Mental Health?
Chapter 6:Remove Clutter to Reduce Stress (+ 5-Step Decluttering System)
Chapter 7: The importance of decluttering your space and mind
Chapter 8: Marie Kondo - does tidiness really equal a clean mind?
Chapter 9: Why Decluttering Is Good for Your Health
Chapter 10 :How decluttering your space could make you healthier and happier
Chapter 11: Decluttering — Is it Therapy?
Chapter 12: When Is Decluttering Too Much?
Oxford School of Learning Diploma
About the Diploma
Cinema, Theatre & Depression 2
About the lecturer
When kids leave home...
When kids leave home...(part 2)
Missing someone you love
War and depression
Death of a spouse
Can watching a film make you depressed? What if the film is violent?
Depression and recent war films
Suicide and depression
What if a family member has depression?
Crosswords and depression
Creating your own world
Depression and conflict resolution
Homelessness and depression
Conflict at work
Conflict at work (part 2)
Final homework (part 2)
Depression and stress are linked to stroke
I thought it was more like having drama activities for depression relief not just reflections on some plays and movies. Sometimes I am lost in the very long lectures that I don't know where the educational part is.
i am taking it for professional reasons. i hope to start at masters in counselling and psychotherapy for children, young adults and families in sept 2019. i hope this course will give me a taste of some of the issues i will learn about.
This course is absolutely fantastic. I am going to say why: 1. The Instructor was one of the actors in nearly every single film clip. This made me far more connected to the film 2. Numerous pieces of homework made me think about the films. I have posted my answers but it is up to other students to comment 3. This is not about cinema or acting but they all added quality to the course. The many studies quoted added depth to the analysis of depression 4. Famous films were referred to as well and that helped a lot 5. I also liked the full play shown - also written by the Intructor 6. The course is very long so plenty to watch and comment on and think about 7. I watched the Mk I version too and areas of that feed into this which is really great! Fascinating to see the film by the 17 year old Producer. So, yes, this is a fabulous course. WELL DONE UDEMY!