About the group

The tinnitus support group will help you to understand your emotional reactions to tinnitus (which may be stress and anxiety) and will help you to retrain your responses to it, and give you advice on ways to manage your tinnitus. As well as providing advice and information about tinnitus, we are here to listen. Talking to someone about any anxieties you may have about tinnitus and any distress it may cause can be therapeutic in itself.

Where the group meets

The Badger
81 Brockwell Lane
Chesterfield
S40 4ED

(check meeting dates as some events take place at different venues)

Meeting venues are accessible to people with a disability and the group has a portable loop system for hearing aid users

When the group meets

The group meets quarterly

2018 Meetings

  • Tuesday 27 February, 10:30am - 12:30pm
    Join us for an informal, friendly coffee and chat with group members
    This meeting will take place at:
    Monkey Park Cafe
    128a Chester Street
    Brampton
    Chesterfield, S40 1DN
  • Wednesday 14 March, 11am - 1pm
    Soup and Social at The Badger
    A talk about Tinnitus Wellbeing Workshops, which are aimed at helping you manage your tinnitus in order to achieve a state of wellbeing and happiness

Other events

  • Friday 9 March, 11am-2pm - Outreach Event
    Clowne Community Centre
    Recreation Close
    Clowne, S43 4PL
  • Wednesday 27 June - Conference, theme 'Wellbeing'
    Winding Wheel
    Chesterfield, S41 7SA
    Speakers
    • David James Lees - Mindfulness, including a practical session
    • Tim Buckle, a Psychological Skills Mentor - maintaining psychological wellbeing, stress management and developing emotional skills in an interesting and entertaining way
    • Jamie Broadley, Staff Wellbeing Lead at Derbyshire Community Health Services - health and wellbeing

How to find out more

[email protected]
01246 380415
www.tinnitussupport.org.uk

Additional information

The group's helpline number is available Monday - Friday, 8:30am - 4:30pm, with an answerphone at all other times.

There is also access to lay counsellors during office hours and home telephone provided for an out of hours service.

A bi-monthly newsletter is produced for all members.