Hope in Depression is a free six session course on Zoom to help adults living with depression and anxiety and those who care for them. Find out more...

This course, run over 6 sessions on Zoom, is designed to support and inform adults living with mild to moderate depression and anxiety and those who care for them.* We will explore the causes and symptoms, learn about brain chemistry and medication, hear about counselling and talking therapies and learn about ways that have been clinically shown to aid recovery and continued wellbeing. 

 A different topic is covered each week by expert speakers including a psychiatrist, a counsellor, a mindfulness instructor, a nutritionist and a fitness expert. There will also be personal stories of recovery. During small group time we will discuss what has been shared by the speakers to help us reflect on the topic.

The course is run in a caring, confidential and encouraging environment and has been running successfully since 2013. 

For further information, please email the course leader Denise Morris on hopeindepression@ccsurbiton.org or call 07423 144803

or see hopeindepression.org for more information.

 

*The information in the course may not be applicable to those suffering more complex mental health issues, or who are suffering severely. We regret, to comply with ethical guidelines, we may not be able to admit those guests. Please do not hesitate to contact Denise Morris, the course leader, should you wish to discuss this.

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10:28, 14 Sep 2021 by Jo Maye