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The Sara Lee Trust - Therapy Services

We provide complementary therapies, counselling, and therapeutic group activities, all free of charge. Patients need to be referred by a health care professional. 

Counselling and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy

A life-threatening illness can affect your life in many ways, including how you see yourself, relate to others, feel about life, and think about the future. Counselling and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) can help support you through this process. Family members and carers can also benefit from the opportunity to explore their thoughts and feelings when a loved one has a life-threatening diagnosis. For more information, you can download our leaflets on Counselling and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) by clicking on the links below.


   


Complementary Therapies

Our range of therapies can help with pain, stress and sleeplessness, and reduce some of the side effects of medical treatment. Therapies provided include:

     

     


Therapeutic Group Activities

For more information about our group activities, please click on the links below.

    

    



To find out more about our services, please contact our office on 01424 456608 or email services@saraleetrust.org

For 2019 dates for Natural Rhythms, please see our Natural Rhythms page. 

To be referred for our services please speak to a health professional responsible for your care (e.g. nurse specialist, GP or consultant). They will need to complete a referral form, which can be found on our Referrals to The Sara Lee Trust page. 



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