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Managing sleep and insomnia workshop

Sleep is an essential, biologically motivated behaviour vital to good mental and physical health. However, lack of sleep, or insomnia, is a common and distressing problem. This psychoeducational workshop will explore the importance of sleep and the common habits and behaviours that can interfere with good sleep. Using a cognitive behavioural approach, you will learn strategies and techniques that help overcome common sleep problems, increasing the potential for a good night’s sleep.


About the speaker

Ruth is a Chartered Psychologist with a special interest in sleep and insomnia. She is the Staff Mental-Health Training Coordinator for the University, as well as a counsellor, clinical supervisor, and research tutor. Ruth has experience of working in a wide range of clinical settings, including the NHS and runs her own private practice. 


Date: Thursday, 23 November 2023

Time: 12:30 – 13:30

Location: Meeting room 1/2, BioEscalator, Innovation Building, Old Road Campus, Roosevelt Drive, Oxford, OX3 7FZ

Lunch provided

Please RSVP via your Outlook invite