Are you struggling to sleep at night?

This 4 week course with live Zoom sessions can help you find a more restful night

We will explore and identify why sleep is important, how a lack of sleep affects us and sleep routines.

The aims of this course are to help you sleep well and will therefore be more equipped to cope with the impact of stress particularly in this uncertain time.

  • Live Zoom Sessions

    Thursday's 7:00 – 8:00pm (UK) June 3rd-24th

    Session 1 - 3rd June 21, Session 2 - 10th June 21, Session 3 - 17th June 21, Session 4 - 24th June 21,

  • Access to our Community

    Share with others and be able to speak directly with your tutors about your course on the Creative Communities chat space

  • Session 1 – Getting Started

    Determine what, when, where, how and why we sleep plus a guided visualization to calm the mind

  • Session 2 – Putting It into Practice

    Soothing rhythm breathing, Relaxation, Language (what we say to ourselves) finishing with a guided visualisation

  • Session 3 – What Works

    Journaling, Emotional Freedom Technique, finishing with a guided visualisation

  • Session 4- Keep It Going / Maintenance

    Changing routines and self-hypnosis

Open to everyone

Live Zoom Sessions. Thursday's 7:00 – 8:00pm (UK) June 3rd-24th

Sleep is an issue for many people at some point in their lives. Whether it is acute or chronic its impact is similar in its effects. Lack of sleep can affect our day-to-day behaviour and health and there has been much research into sleep deprivation. The current climate of Covid 19 throughout 2020 and into 2021 has had a major influence affecting us all in some way, on all levels of our lives, our work and business, health and wellbeing, finances, our families and socialising. Everything that is familiar and important to us has been changed in some way. With the shifting of our very foundations, we try and find some stability. If we are worrying about our future there is a huge possibility that our sleep will be affected in some way for a great many of us.

Your course facilitator

Clinical Hypnotherapist

Bev Barber

Bev Barber had a long career in the NHS as a Registered Nurse and Public Health Specialist Practitioner. Throughout Bev's career she championed Holistic therapies and qualified in Aromatherapy and Massage, Reflexology, Crystal Healing and an Introduction to Counselling. Bev is a Clinical Hypnotherapist, Hypnobirthing and Old Pain 2 Go Practitioner. Bev specialises in Relaxation and working with women and children. in her spare time Bev is an author and artist, working mainly with textiles.

Funded by

Awards for All National Lottery