East Sussex

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Places on courses are subject to availability and will be confirmed to you within two weeks.

We endeavour to run all courses according to our timetable; however, some courses may be cancelled or changed at short notice. Additional courses may also be added – please check this site for details and the most up-to-date information.

Course List

This course explores the latest sleep science and introduces some practical skills and tips for improving your sleep.

We try improvisation games and exercises in a safe environment, with the aim of improving confidence and trust.

Journalling can be used to support change in individuals’ lives: through reflecting, identifying, planning and recording, it can effect small habit changes which add up to bigger lifestyle changes.

On this course you can talk about your thoughts and feelings, and about how your mental health affects you.

In this course you will develop an understanding of your recovery journey through practical creative exercises.

Learning the skill of mindfulness helps to manage stress and mood difficulties and supports wellbeing.

Join us in an interactive and creative discussion to look at the relationship between how we think of ourselves and how it impacts on our self-esteem and confidence.

Join us as we take a look at the relationship between what we think of ourselves and how this impacts on how we feel about ourselves.

We look at common treatments and talking therapies, as well as other coping strategies, including self-help techniques, creativity, nutrition, sleep problems, relapse prevention and relationship issues.

We look at what can trigger depression, such as stress, lack of sleep and relationship difficulties, and what we can do to help ourselves.