This 6 week group programme is developed using Cognitive Behavioural Therapy

Delivered by BABCP accredited CBT Therapist specially trained in CBT for long term health conditions

Are you living with chronic pain?

Would you like to reduce your pain relief medication?

CBT is an evidence based treatment that can help to manage pain more effectively and offer greater opportunity in reducing medications for pain management.

This intensive 6 week course will support you in your journey to find sustainable and effective pain management without the side effects and long term problems associated with ongoing use of strong medications

  • Supportive Online Chat Group

    You will be invited to our course social circle a forum where we can support each other throughout the course and beyond

  • Weekly LIVE Zoom Sessions

    Tuesdays 3pm-5pm (UK)

    1st Feb - 8th March 2022

  • Online Resources

    Extra reading, worksheets and videos will be available to support the live content of this course

Book your place

Live Zoom sessions

Tuesdays 3pm-5pm (UK)

1st Feb - 8th March 2022

Your course facilitator

Sarah Haskett

I’m a specialist mental health nurse and cognitive behavioural therapist. I deliver psychotherapy for a range of common mental health problems such as depression, low self-esteem, general anxiety, panic, health anxiety, social anxiety and obsessive compulsive issues.

My professional training includes a foundation in anatomy and physiology as part of my mental health nursing degree. I am a BABCP accredited Cognitive Behavioural Therapist within general primary care and long term health conditions. I hold a BTEC in adult education and practice in nursing mentorship, CBT supervision and creative coaching.

I am passionate in creative expression for good mental health and using creative ways to tackle stigma and aid understanding in our community. I have a background in acting and teaching youth theatre, and still perform at times holding a registration with Equity Arts Federation. I have studied with Adrian Jackson of Cardboard Citizens in facilitating Forum Theatre (also known as the Theatre of the Oppressed) which has been my main mode of integrating my psychological work with my love for acting. I have recently discovered performance in comedy and improv, which has enriched my life in so many ways! I love to play the West & North African hand drums, and have always been in love with dance of all forms throughout my life, but especially Middle Eastern dance which I perform and train regularly in.

Having acting, comedy, improv, dance and African percussion, in my life has provided me with life long friendships, confidence and joy that I cherish everyday.

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Editor of the Creative Mental Health Guide community arts magazine

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