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  • IAPT Now Talking Therapies

    IAPT Now Talking Therapies

    As part of a national rebrand Sheffield IAPT has changed its name and has a new website but its services remain the same.
    NHS Sheffield Talking Therapies ( for anxiety and depression ) is an easier to understand title which makes taking that first step more accessible as asking for help can be really difficult, especially if you aren’t sure what help you need.

  • No Panic over Christmas

    No Panic over Christmas

    No Panic Sheffield provide self-help groups run by people with anxiety for individuals aged 18+ every Wednesday and Thursday. If you need face to face support they are meeting over Christmas on Wednesday 29th December from 6:30-8:30pm at Flourish and on Thursday 30th December from 10am-midday at SODIT, The Wicker.

  • More Tips & Techniques for Managing Anxiety

    More Tips & Techniques for Managing Anxiety

    Khulisa, a national charity that works with young adults and children with challenging behaviour in schools, prisons and the community have produced a useful toolkit detailing “Tips & Techniques for Managing Anxiety in a Pandemic.The tips takes your through breathing techniques, meditation and mindfulness exercises and setting new regimes and activities to help you keep calm.

  • PIP Reform for 'really disabled' Comment Sparks Protest

    Opposition MPs and disability charities have expressed dismay after the head of Theresa May’s No. 10 policy unit made “crude distinctions between those with physical impairments and mental health issues” when speaking about reforming Personal Independence Payments.

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