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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.

  • Support For Women Survivors of Depression

    Support For Women Survivors of Depression

    Women experiencing mental illness across Sheffield & South Yorkshire can say SODIT – by joining an organisation for Survivors Of Depression In Transition, aiming to help them move on.SODIT provides support services like a self-help (peer) group made up of women who have personal experience of the same issue or life situation , facilitates counselling services and offers creative courses. Their next peer support group starts on 23 March.

  • 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.

  • Free SODiT Workshops & Events for 2020

    Free SODiT Workshops & Events for 2020

    Survivors of Depression in Transition are hosting a number of free workshops and events throughout 2020, starting February 13th at The Circle.

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