A Good Night's Sleep


Human beings typically spend about a third of their lives asleep, but for many people, not just those living with difficult periods of mental health, getting a good night’s sleep is a real problem.


Sleep benefits our mind, our mood and our body, whereas being sleep deprived has a big impact on our ability to do the things we need and want to do in our daily lives.

In this four session course, we will take a look at:

  • What is going on when we sleep and

  • What happens when we don't sleep well

  • Some of the common factors that contribute to sleeping badly

  • Practical steps that help us deal with sleep disturbances

  • Ways of living that promote good sleep

  • Adapting your daily routines to cope with a bad night's sleep

Below is a face-to-face introduction to the course by our course leaders.

To book a place on the course please call 07739-823140

or email


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