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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.

  • Managing Mental Wellbeing Over Christmas

    Managing Mental Wellbeing Over Christmas

    It may be the most wonderful time of the year but Christmas can be overwhelming and stressful for many people. So Sheffield IAPT (Improving Access To Psychological Therapies) is offering help in the form of one-off managing wellbeing sessions, during which you can learn techniques and tools to help support yourself.The sessions take place on Thursday 9th December from 5.30pm-6.30pm and Thursday 16th December at the same time.

  • Sheffield IAPT Health and Wellbeing Service

    Sheffield IAPT has launched a new service to help you to ‘live well’ with your health condition and improve your wellbeing through a range of free living well courses, one to one sessions or online therapy. Many of the sessions start in the New Year but are ongoing throughout the year.

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