16 July 2021
Categories: ITALK HEALTH
We often hear that when people are diagnosed with diabetes, they receive guidance on how to manage their condition, but not necessarily its impact on their emotional wellbeing. That's where our new class aims to help.
In this video from Diabetes UK, Zena shares her story of how diabetes has affected her emotionally, and if you can relate you may find our class helpful.
The class is led jointly by two psychology experts from italk and from our sister service in Portsmouth, Talking Change.
We know that joining a class can be nerve-wracking, so we hold our classes as a webinar, which is more like watching a live video than your typical online class. Your camera and microphone are automatically switched off, meaning you can watch and listen in comfort. But you do have the opportunity to ask any questions 1-1 with our practitioners using the private Q&A feature.
During the class, we'll look at how our emotional wellbeing can be affected by both the demands of managing this condition and the symptoms of diabetes themselves.
You'll learn practical skills and techniques to help you to manage low energy levels, anxiety or panic and challenge those negative thoughts that can chip away at our confidence.
We're working together with Talking Change, to provide this class, so to join us, please click the link for where your GP surgery is based.
|My GP surgery is in Hampshire||My GP surgery is in Portsmouth (PO1 - PO6 postcodes)|
Click here to book through italk using our online self-referral
or call 023 8038 3920
Click here to book through Talking Change using their online self-referral
or call 0300 123 3934
As Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes can affect us in different ways, we have two separate classes. Please look out for Type 1 or Type 2 in the class titles, to help you book onto the right class. You can view all our upcoming class and course dates here.