Following the announcement of social distancing recommendations to help prevent the spread of COVID-19, group-based face-to-face delivery of programmes is no longer in line with government advice. As such, group-based face-to-face services will stop from Friday 20 March 2020.

If you are a patient with Type 2 diabetes we have digital programmes available for example Oviva and Second Nature - book here

If you have been referred for Diabetes Education by your GP and still want a face to face course, you will be held in a waiting list. We will contact you again once face to face courses resume.

If you're not sure how digital courses work, call us on 020 3474 5500

Need help? Call us on 020 3474 5500

New Mental Health App

Living with Diabetes can sometimes be challenging and knowing where to turn for support with your daily wellbeing is key. 

As well as attending a Diabetes Education programme, there are a number of other ways you can get support for your overall wellbeing.

Good Thinking is a service dedicated to the wellbeing of Londoners. Their website is packed full of ideas to help you with anxiety, sleep, stress and low mood. Use their professionally designed questionnaire to get feedback and suggestions to improve your mental wellbeing.  

One of the resources on the Good thinking website is the recently launched My Possible Self. This Mental Health App has been clinically proven to improve the mental health and wellbeing of people living with stress, anxiety and low mood. 

Get the iOS App / Get the Android App

The My Possible Self questionnaire will help you identify areas that you may need a little help with, for example - excessive stress or high levels of anxiety often associated with managing your Diabetes. The app will suggest modules and activities that help you tackle these areas. 

Using proven psychological methods and clinically proven research from the world leading experts in e-mental health research, the learning modules will teach you coping mechanisms so you can live happier and healthier. 

Track how you feel every day with the Mood Tracker, developed by psychologists. Highlight activities, places and people that influence your mood, so you can focus on the things that make you feel great and do less of the things that don’t.  


  • Improve your mental health and wellbeing in just a few weeks
  • 10 learning modules to choose from
  • Clinically proven
  • Track your mood