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Survivors of Depression in Transition (SODIT)

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SODIT are a local peer led charity that provide a holistic/family centred perspective in dealing with depression & mental health distress. They provide support for women and those who identify as women, who have/had depression or related mental health distress and wish to move on.

Groups and Courses

SODIT provide regular groups such as :

  • Survivor led peer support group on Tuesdays (12.30 – 2.30pm)
  • SODIT Women’s Art Group (SWAG) fortnightly via Zoom on Mondays (1 – 2.30pm)

They also run courses from time to time around areas such as, nature; wellness planning; story-telling and creativity; and co-production. More details of when these run can be found on their website.


SODIT provide free 1:1 counselling with both qualified counsellors and students.  The use an integrated therapy approach.

Unfortunately, it is not always possible for 1:1 therapy to be immediately available due to the small size of the charity.  They therefore offer “therapeutic holding” which can offer a valuable space for you to talk about how you are and how your mental health is whilst you await a counsellor. It is not therapy but it can be therapeutic to “clear your head” and to express your thoughts and feelings to someone who is listening without judgement.

To request counselling, call T: 0114 2795970 or E:

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Contact Information

Office 8, SYAC Business and Enterprise Centre, 110-120 Wicker, Sheffield, S3 8JD

Activities organised by Survivors of Depression in Transition (SODIT)

SODIT Peer Support Group (Tuesday)

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