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Community Workshops

Community Workshops

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Our Community Workshops

What are the community workshops?

We care about the community we serve at Newham Talking Therapies, and our one-off community workshops and recorded webinars are a great way to learn more about wellbeing and how to look after it! They are easy to access, you can join our live workshops via your mobile, laptop, tablet, or PC or watch the webinar recordings at anytime and anywhere you feel comfortable. We also run some face-to-face workshops in different locations within Newham.

Who can attend?

  • Anyone with a GP, home, or work address in Newham who is not already getting support from Newham Talking Therapies
  • Staff of local businesses and organisations

Come along if you want to get an idea of what you might experience if you decide to refer, or as a refresher after finishing your therapy! Our workshops and webinar recordings are run by practitioners from different professional and cultural backgrounds and cover lots of topics, from improving sleep to managing long-term conditions.


Other ways to sign up

You can email us at with the name and date of the workshop you would like to attend. 

Dont just take our word for it! Check out the feedback from people who have attended about what was helpful:

The theory behind and explanation of mindfulness and actually trying to do it within the session.

It was useful to learn about techniques to help me sleep better and how sleep works.

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People also said:

The imagery discussion and the ideas to consider favourite images in your mind to relieve tension was really useful. 

Going through the reasons behind worries, the types of worry and also the grounding techniques were really useful. And reassuring that worry is normal was really nice, as I often overthink that I should not be worried about things.


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