More About Our Courses

Our courses and workshops aim to teach you strategies and techniques that can help you feel less anxious or low, and that can support you in coping with difficult feelings.

Sessions are at least 1 hour long, giving you an increased therapy experience and more time with your therapist compared to individual guided self-help sessions.

You have a chance to learn from others who attend the course, as well as have the benefits of mutual support, encouragement and exchange of ideas.

Courses help us to acknowledge how common some difficulties are and help us to realise that there may be someone else who feels just as we do.

Past attendees have described the course as “supportive” and most people who attend our courses report that they feel better at the end of the course than they did at the start.


Feeling anxious about attending the first course session is extremely common!
We will do our best to help you to feel comfortable, and most people report that they have found the course helpful, despite their initial concerns and anxieties. However, if you try the course and feel uncomfortable at any point please try and speak to your course facilitator who will do their best to help.

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A Partnership Between:

  • South West London and St George's Mental Health Trust
  • Recovery College
  • Sutton Age UK
  • Off the Record
  • Sutton Carers Centre