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Sleep wellbeing workshop 18th October 2021

Start Date: October 18, 2021 5:30 pm

Getting a good night’s sleep is important to all of us but many people have issues with it. People can become more stressed when they feel they are not getting a good night’s sleep. In This 2 hour workshop, we can help to identify the reasons for poor sleep and the different types of problems that people encounter. You can gain tips for a better sleeping pattern and ways to re-train yourself by understanding what happens when you sleep.

This is a virtual workshop

Please note that due to COVID-19 restrictions these are Virtual Workshops using Microsoft Teams.

Learn tools and techniques to manage your symptoms within the comfort of your own home.

Full joining instructions will be sent prior to the workshop

Location:

Digital only workshop (online)

This workshop will be delivered online using Microsoft Teams.

Details on how to join will be sent via email

We can help you to set up Teams on a laptop, tablet or mobile device, please get in touch if you require help getting online.

E: barnsley.talkingtherapies@swyt.nhs.uk
T: 01226 644900

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