Our wellbeing service is here to help with the emotional and physical effects of cancer, and offer you support tailored to your individual needs.

We provide a range of groups, classes, complementary therapies and image therapy sessions. These activities are often a welcome diversion for many and are a great way to meet other people who understand what you’re going through.

All of our services are available to patients, relatives and carers, and many people find that the support they receive helps them to cope at a difficult time.

The teams at our three drop-in centres are on hand to chat, when you’re ready, so don’t hesitate to drop in when you feel the time is right for you.

What's on

Carers Group :- Group Setting

This group offers carers the opportunity to meet new people whilst learning a self-help tool that is easy to learn.

Thursday | 10:30 - 12:30 | Weekly
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Womens Support Group :- Group Setting

New group for the new year.

Thursday | 13:00 - 15:00 | Last Thursday of the month
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EFT 1 to 1 :- One to one

by phone or Zoom

Thursday | Appointment Only
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Women’s Support Group :- Group Setting

Women's Support Group (Skipton)

Monday | 12:00 - 14:00 | 2nd Monday of each month, contact us if you'd like to come along.
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NICOLA JANE IN SKIPTON :- One to one

Post surgery clinic, mastectomy wear.

Wednesday | Appointment Only | Book and appointment to meet at our Skipton Centre
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Need to speak to someone?
Call us on:
01274 77 66 88

Testimonials

I have received the most amazing support help and support from the therapy sessions. The therapist was so kind and knowledgeable. I truly could not have got through the last year without this support.

I am a cancer survivor and owe a lot to Cancer Support Yorkshire for helping me out of that very deep, dark hole. I now fundraise to give a bit back and to help others because I know what they're going through.

Cathryn

After my cancer diagnosis I was anxious and confused. Although I had great support at home I felt I needed more help without burdening my nearest and dearest. I called in at CSY where I was made to feel very welcome and put at ease by the friendly staff.

Gordon

I have really enjoyed my massages that one hour a week helped me empty my mind of horrible thoughts.

Centres

Our three Yorkshire centres mean you don’t have to travel too far to get the help you deserve.