What is Hope In Depression?
Hope in Depression is a course over 6 sessions, designed to support people suffering from depression. We will look at what depression is, possible causes, and ways to deal with and manage depression.
Who is Hope In Depression for?
It is for anyone suffering with depression and or anxiety and/or anyone who is supporting someone with depression.
How is Hope In Depression run?
The course is run in small groups with a short talk given each week by experienced practitioners and speakers in their field. During small group time we will discuss what has been shared at the front and then there will be a time to share and ask questions.
How much does the course cost?
The course is free of charge, although it is appreciated if you are able to make a donation towards the cost of resources/food.
What happens during the evening?
The course begins at 19:00. We start with a light supper and there is a break for tea and coffee mid-way, and the course will conclude at 21:30. The whole course will take place in an atmosphere of privacy and confidentiality.
Where do we meet?
The Hope in Depression course will begin at St Saviour's Church in Guildford on 14th May and subsequently on 21st May and then the 4th, 11th, 18th, and 25th June 2019.
How do I join the course?
For enquiries please contact Barry on 01483 445153 or email@example.com.
To join the next course, commencing 14 May 2019 please complete sign up below. Places are limited, so booking is essential. If the course becomes full, please still contact Barry to register your interest.
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