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Local mental health charity working to reduce stress and anxiety in Bridlington

By April 25, 2017No Comments

Local mental health charity, Hull and East Yorkshire Mind, is running a course in Bridlington to help local people cope with stress and anxiety. The course is free to attend, funded by the NHS.

The course starts on 10th May and runs for 4 weeks. This is the first time Hull and East Yorkshire Mind has run the course in Bridlington.

The course is designed to help learn what causes stress and anxiety, how to manage it, and how to use techniques to manage stress in daily life.

Robin Pillar, Service Lead for Hull and East Yorkshire Mind’s stress control courses, said, “Anyone can suffer with stress and anxiety at any point in their life. This course is designed to help anyone who is feeling stressed or anxious. We will help you with tools, techniques and coping strategies that you can use. This isn’t group therapy- we won’t ask anyone questions or for contributions in the course- it’s all about giving you the information and help you need to cope.

This is the first time we have run this course in Bridlington, and I hope that local people will take up the offer to learn about how to cope better with stress.”

Hull and East Yorkshire Mind are local mental health experts with 40 years’ experience of helping people in this area with their mental health.

We know this course works- previous participants have said it’s made them feel happier and has given them back their confidence; it helped them learn to break down their anxiety and turn it into a positive.

Anyone interested in booking onto this 4 week course can call Hull and East Yorkshire Mind on 01482 240200, or email [email protected]