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Business Insider UK has launched a new artificial intelligence (AI) course to help people with mental health issues cope with their emotions.

The course, entitled AI in the Brain, will take you through a series of exercises designed to teach you how to become better at understanding the way the brain processes information.

It’s designed to help you learn about the brain, the mind, emotions and the role of the brain in the human experience.

“It is an opportunity for you to understand your own mental health and how it can affect you, how you can better manage your mental health, and what to do when your mental wellbeing is at risk,” the course’s website says.

The exercises include:Being honest about your feelingsWhen feeling overwhelmed and feeling like you need to hideThe value of a positive outlookBeing honest with yourselfBeing realistic with your thoughtsBeing realistic in how you express themBeing realistic about the amount of information that you have to processBeing honest in your responsesBeing honest when you feel vulnerableBeing open to other people being open to your own emotionsBeing open in a supportive and supportive wayThe course will be available to UK residents for £15 per week and will include a 24-hour support group and access to an online support community.

You can learn more about the course on the website.

The new course comes after the launch of a new mental health support service called Mindspace.

The service, which is run by Mindspace, aims to provide free online support for people with anxiety, depression, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), eating disorders and more.

It also aims to give support to people with obsessive-compulsive disorder, borderline personality disorder and eating disorders.

The programme will also help people to develop their own tools to support themselves and others.