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People In Bradford District Living With Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Can Access New Course

Thursday 7 February 2019


Trigger Warning: This article mentions Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT).


From UK newspaper the Telegraph & Argus:


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Help for people living with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
New course to help people living with
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

People in Bradford district living with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome can access new course

By Felicity Macnamara
January 20, 2019
©Copyright 2001-2019.

A NEW six-week support course has been launched for people with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS).

The course, starting on February 12 at 1pm, is being piloted at the CottingleyCornerstone centre and will cover different topics each week.

They include diet and relaxation; sleep and stress management; behavior and pacing; acceptance, communication and mindfulness; thought challenging and worry work and relapse prevention.

The course is being delivered through MyWellbeing College, which is run by the Bradford District NHS Care Foundation Trust.

Sharon Edwards, Clinical Lead with MyWellbeing College, said: “The course covers a range of topics to support people that have a diagnosis of CFS.




The course is based around a treatment called Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) which looks at the way people think and behave and how that affects the way that they feel.


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