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Coronavirus updates

Unfortunately, due to ongoing COVID-19 developments, and in line with current government advice, Barnsley IAPT has taken the difficult decision to cancel all face to face workshops, Stresspac courses and group treatment in order to protect clients and staff. We are keeping up to date with developments locally and nationally…

Understanding Bereavement and Learning to Live with Loss

The aim of the workshop is to help you gain a better understanding of bereavement and the process of grief, as well as to help  you consider the different factors that play a part in how we respond to loss.  The workshop will also explore common responses to bereavement and…

Access for british sign language users

British sign language users can access our services via our qualified sign language psychological wellbeing practitioner https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GepU1Kggvjo  

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Relaxation Techniques

We've put together these tracks for you to listen to or download in your own time. It's best to find somewhere quiet and dedicate around 20 minutes to completing each exercise. You can either listen to them on this page or click the download button to download to your device.…

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Wellbeing resources

  Websites Live well Barnsley www.livewellbarnsley.co.uk Live well Barnsley is a place where you can find information about help and support services within the borough. The site contains information and contact details about all types of services and activities that can help you look after yourself, stay independent and get…

IAPT in Barnsley College

We provide support for students and staff from Barnsley College within the college setting. This includes assessment of common mental health difficulties, such as anxiety and depression, one to one guided self-help sessions with a Psychological Wellbeing Practitioner, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and a range of workshops and tutorials. Referrals can…

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy

What is Cognitive Behavioural Therapy? Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) is a type of talking treatment which focuses on how your thoughts, beliefs and attitudes affect your feelings and behaviour and can teach you coping skills for dealing with different problems. CBT focuses on the problems in the here and now,…