West 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

We apply motivational approaches and a range of skills to manage angry emotions better, including problem-solving and communication styles.

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 why we need to sleep and factors that can affect our quality of sleep, as well as common sleep disorders. 

Moving forward in life can feel scary and at times impossible. As a peer group we listen and motivate each other towards change.

We help you to understand how symptoms may be treated and the medications that are used. We also examine some coping strategies.

These sessions are designed to help understand the way anxiety affects us physically and how it also impacts on our thoughts, feelings and behaviours.

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 focus on treatments and support, and how you can help yourself (or support someone else) to live well; we include tips for managing memory, thoughts, mood and lifestyle.

This interactive course will give the opportunity to understand more about the symptoms of Obsessional Compulsive Disorder, and share your personal experiences in a supportive environment.

We look at potential risks and consider multi-agency approaches to working with people who hoard.