About No Panic Sheffield

About No Panic Sheffield


(Updated on 27th September 2021)

No Panic is recruiting several roles for volunteer Group Facilitator, at the moment there is no closing date for applications. Other roles we are recruiting for include- volunteer Administrator, Treasurer (trustee), Evaluation volunteer, Fundraising volunteer & Awareness Raising volunteer. For more information about the vacancies and how to apply, go to the 'Volunteer for us' page by clicking here.

About NPS

We believe that anxiety and depression are debilitating, life-changing mental health conditions. 

We also believe that everyone should have quick access to help without waiting weeks, or having to make an appointment. 

Please read our webpage with more information about when our meetings take place, face to face and online.

THURSDAYS ARE BACK FACE TO FACE now. Wednesday sessions are aiming to return to face to face (date to be confirmed) so if you have any comments on that please let us know or comment on the padlet we'll set up to do so anonymously.

We provide self-help groups for individuals aged 18+, every Wednesday evening (online) and Thursday morning face to face in the city centre. 

You do not just have to be from Sheffield, although no one should have to travel, we welcome members from Rotherham, Dronfield, Chesterfield and Barnsley. If you are wanting to attend a group yourself or refer someone else we have some experience of sharing experiences and helping people manage better with the following:-

  • general anxiety disorder
  • Post-traumatic stress disorder
  • social anxiety
  • phobias
  • Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
  • other OCD spectrum conditions such as hoarding, trich and health anxiety
  • panic disorder
  • low mood
  • sleeping problems
  • anger
  • perinatal anxiety/postnatal depression
  • depression
  • bipolar disorder
  • later stages of recovery from addictions and how that relates to anxiety
  • personality disorders

Many of these conditions are specialist areas and so our members receive help from specialist funded services outside NPS such as community mental health, IAPT and many 3rd parties whilst feeling able to attend groups as well alongside.