Understanding Anxiety – building calm

Understanding Anxiety is an informative and skills building group program, especially designed for adults.

Anxiety Disorders are among the most common psychological problems, estimated to affect nearly a third of the general population at some point in their lifetimes (Kessler et al.,2005). Nearly everyone feels anxious when they’re confronted with a challenge. Mild anxiety, like that experienced before an exam or a sporting event, can help people perform to the best of their ability. However, when anxiety is more prolonged and intense, and negatively impacts on day-to-day life, it’s a problem.

This five session program uses evidence based Cognitive Behavioural Therapy strategies to demystify anxiety, and help participants better manage the physiological, emotional, and cognitive components of anxiety and worry. It also addresses related issues of communicating effectively, and managing other feelings such as anger and depression.

Program aims:

Increase understanding of anxiety disorders and improve stress management. Provide practical strategies to:
o Improve relaxation and confidence
o Manage body-related anxiety symptoms
o Manage unhelpful thinking processes
o Aid communication
o Assist with fearful avoidance

How do I join in?

Click below for flyer or to book

ROBINA Group commencing Wed 27 February 2019 click here for a flyer

(Bookings close 19 Feb 6.00pm)

COOMERA Group commencing Tue 7 May 2019 click here for a flyer

(Bookings close 30 Apr 6.00pm)

Can I get rebates?
Speak to your GP to see if you meet eligibility for medicare rebates or discuss further options with staff at Lakeside Rooms.