The 6-week course in Stress Control will help you to understand stress, how it can affect you and how to control it. Each week you will learn new Stress Control skills and will learn how to fit these into your own personal Stress Control toolkit.

The six sessions are:

  • Learning about stress
  • Controlling your body
  • Controlling your thoughts
  • Controlling your actions
  • Controlling panic and sleep problems
  • Boosting wellbeing and looking to the future

Each student on the course receives a free Stress Control manual, containing course information, home activities and an audio CD of various mindfulness and relaxation activities. You can download the separate sections of the manual and access the audio here

Stress can affect all of us, whether we are young or old, male or female, rich or poor. Experiencing problems with stress doesn’t mean that we’re stupid, weak or mad. Stress is normal.

Abergavenny

  • Wednesday 13 Sep – 18 Oct  10-12 am
  • Abergavenny Community Centre,  Park St,  Abergavenny  NP7 5YB

Caldicot

  • Wednesday 13 Sep -18 October 2-4 pm
  • Bethany Baptist Fellowship, Neddern Way, Caldicot, Monmouthshire, NP26 4NJ

Newport

  • Wednesday 6 Sep – 11 Oct  6-8pm
  • Maindee Library, 79 Chepstow Road, NP19 8BY

Newport

  • Wednesday 13 Sep – 6 Oct    11-1 pm
  • The Neon (the old Odeon), Clarence Place, Newport NP19 7AB

Caerphilly

  • Wednesday 20 Sep – 25 Oct   4-5.30 pm
  • Seminar Room 1, Caerphilly Library, The Twyn CF83 1JL

Blackwood

  • Tuesday 19 Sep – 24 Oct  5.30-7 pm
  • Groundwork Wales, Ty Mynyddislwyn Environment Centre, Bryn Road, Pontllanfraith NP12 2BH

Cwmbran

  • Tuesday 5 Sep – 24 Oct  5.30-7.30 pm
  •  Victory Church, Greenforge Way, Springvale Industrial Estate, Cwmbran NP44 3UZ
  • *please note that there is no class on the 26th September or 10th October

All courses above are designed to be as accessible as possible, no personal details are taken, no referral or prior booking is required, and the non-interactive format ensures that nobody is put on the spot or asked to discuss any personal problems. You are welcome to bring a friend or relative, all are welcome. Just turn up!

More info:  see the Aneurin Bevan Health Board website or contact the information centre on 0330 053 5596  & select option 2

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