HOPE Programme aimed at individuals living with anxiety/depression

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(Last Updated On: August 16, 2019)

Every Friday morning from the 8th November-13th December 2019

Second Floor, The Salvation Army, 29 Market Street, Torquay, TQ1 3AF


Facilitators: Karen Watson + Vikki Cochran

The Help to Overcome Problems Effectively (HOPE) programme supports people to explore ‘What’s important to me?’ The course supports you to focus on yourself as a person and to explore strategies to keep yourself well. Attending the course will boost your self-confidence and resilience to help you cope emotionally, psychologically and practically. The 6 week course is free to attend and each weekly session lasts for 2½ hours and is run by trained HOPE facilitators: health and social care professionals as well as volunteers living with a long term condition.

There are between 6 to 12 people on each course and time is spent in facilitated discussions, group activities, information sharing and ideas for you to try between each session.
You will find:

A warm, friendly atmosphere
Support when you need it
General small group discussions on topics such as:
Managing fatigue
Getting active
Feeling good
Goal setting
Gratitude diary
Managing stress

To book your place on the course please fill out the registration form on the HOPE website: https://www.torbayandsouthdevon.nhs.uk/services/hope-programme/book-onto-a-hope-course/ or ring 01803 210493.

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