Following national guidance, we are open and here to help anyone who may be in need of our services. We are currently offering appointments either by telephone, through online video consultations or face to face (please note we have limited face to face availability. These appointments will be carried out in line with our COVID-19 guidelines). For advice on coping with COVID-19, please read our advice page here.

Wellbeing Workshops

Free wellbeing workshops from the NHS

Learn more about our wellbeing workshops below.

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TALKWORKS for sleep workshop

Our NHS Sleep Workshops look at the reason why you are struggling to sleep and help to get you back on track. A two-hour free session to help people manage a range of sleep problems from waking in the night to struggling to fall asleep.

The sessions are aimed at anyone over 18 who currently struggles with their sleep.

Due to social distancing guidelines these sessions will be held online. 

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Stress less with TALKWORKS

A two-hour session introducing people to a range of basic Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) techniques to help them manage their day-to-day wellbeing in the current times.

These sessions are aimed at anyone over 18 who may be struggling with stress, worry, managing routines and sleep, or who want to learn about basic CBT techniques.

Due to social distancing guidelines these sessions will be held online. 

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Wellbeing for parenthood workshops

A free 90 minute workshop, aimed at supporting parents to build resilience and increase wellbeing in pregnancy and parenthood.

The NHS Wellbeing for parenthood workshop is open to anyone who is pregnant or a parent to a child under the age of two. You can attend with children present if you are unable to access childcare.  Due to social distancing guidelines these sessions will be held online. 

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Introduction to mindfulness

A free one hour 15 minute online session on the potential for mindfulness to help manage stress, anxiety, low mood, and pain. The session will include being led through short guided meditation practices, space for some light discussions, and information on how to develop this practice further, including details about our nine-week Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction courses.

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TALKWORKS for Talking Health

A free 2 hour workshop which will introduce participants to a range of techniques to help you, or someone you love, manage living with a long term health condition. The course will look at the links between body and mind, as well as focus on practical tools and techniques which you can put into practice in order to improve your wellbeing.

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TALKWORKS for Students

Run exclusively for Exeter University Students, TALKWORKS for Students are a selection of free wellbeing workshops, here to help you learn healthy habits to improve your physical and mental wellbeing.