Improving Your Sleep

Trouble sleeping? This course will help you understand and manage your sleep problems, with practical tips to support healthy sleep

About this Event

About the Course

Good quality sleep is when you fall asleep quite easily, do not wake up fully during the night, do not wake up too early, and feel refreshed in the morning. It is not normal at any age to regularly have a lot of trouble getting to sleep and staying asleep if you are healthy. The course aims to help you to understand what sleep is and what it does for us, and how to improve the quality of the sleep you are getting.

The Course Covers:

– Sleep diaries, how to make the best use out of them

– Understanding sleep, how it works and the best resources to help

– Tailoring your sleep hygiene to improve your sleep

– Relaxation and imagery techniques and the importance of thoughts on sleep

– Lifestyle factors and how these influence sleep

– Planning ways of moving forwards and how to manage setbacks

This is a closed group and so the course price covers attendance for 6 weeks.

Wed 4th November, 12:30-14:00- 1st session

Wed 11th November, 12:30-14:00

Wed 18th November, 12:30-14:00

Wed 25th November, 12:30-14:00

Wed 2nd December, 12:30-14:00

Wed 9th December, 12:30-14:00

Individual feedback:

For a small additional charge we can give you more personalised advice to help you manage your sleep problems. You will be asked to complete 2 questionnaires on your sleep and general health, and our course leader will analyse these and prepare a short, confidential report recommending steps you can take to improve your sleep. If you would like this, please contact our office to book prior to the course commencing.

What to expect

We encourage discussion but you can say as much or as little as you like. You’ll have an opportunity to try out some of the relaxation techniques during the sessions. You will be given resources each week that build into a workbook that you can refer to after the course to help you manage your sleep moving forward.

How much does it cost?

£120 for the full 6 weeks.

Who are Oasis-Talk:

Oasis-Talk are a well known and trusted local mental health and wellbeing service in Bristol. We offer a wide range of therapeutic services and have been facilitating groups for over 8 years. We are a Community Interest Company, which means that all our profits are reinvested to help more people.

Who will be delivering the course?

The course will be delivered by Dr Sue Jackson, a senior Health Psychologist who has extensive research and training experience in sleep-related issues.

We would love for you to join us.

How do I book?

Call us on 0117 927 7577 or contact us through our website.

Alternatively you can book through EventBrite here.

Low Income Support

If you have an income of less than £16,000 per year, Oasis-Talk are offering this course free of charge. We welcome any contribution as it helps us to help more people in need.

We are thankful for any support big or small, every penny helps. Gift only what you can afford, and you can do this at the end of the course if you prefer by our donation page. If you prefer, you can support our services by leaving us a review on google or by supporting us on social media.