What are tinnitus support groups?

There is a network of independent tinnitus support groups around the country supported by the BTA. All support groups are different, but generally the benefits of joining one are:

  • Development of new coping skills
  • Learning new, practical ways of dealing with problems
  • Learning to relax and managing stress
  • Feeling more in control and an increase in confidence
  • Gaining inspiration and support from others

What if there is not a group near me?

If you are interested in starting a support group, please contact Dave Carr on 0114 250 9933 or by email to dave@tinnitus.org.uk. There may be a group starting up in your area already, but if not Dave can help you get started. To watch a short presentation on how to start a group click here.

A quick word of warning

We rely on Support Group Organisers giving us information, so what is listed here may be subject to change. You are advised to check with a Support Group Organisers before setting out to visit a group.

Update details about your support group

Click here to update details of your group.

Find your nearest group

To find your nearest support groups enter your postcode below and then click on the map pins nearest to where you live.

1. Woking Tinnitus Support Group

New group!Read more

4. Warrington Tinnitus Support Group

New group coming in July!Read more

35. Rotherham Tinnitus Support

A tinnitus programme for patients of the Rotherham Primary Ear Care CentreRead more

If you would like more information about current support groups, please contact Emily Ducker on 0114 250 9933 or email emilyd@tinnitus.org.uk