New courses commencing in July 2017!

Anxiety: Learning Healthy Coping Strategies

New courses commencing in July 2017!

These group programs will be co-facilitated with Suzanne Staal (mindwellnesstherapy.com.au) as part of an exciting new team project: The Being Space.

Anxiety: Learning Healthy Coping Strategies

This 6-week program supports participants to make a simple but radical shift in their relationship to the thoughts, feelings and body sensations that contribute to anxiety. Utilising an Acceptance and Commitment (ACT) approach with an emphasis on cultivating Mindfulness, the course is filled with accessible, well researched exercises that teach participants how to step out of the habitual, automatic patterns of mind and body that arise when we become anxious. This enhances the ability to cope, grow and re-engage with a life that is valued and meaningful.

If you’re still struggling with anxiety despite everything you’ve tried, it may be time to try a different and refreshing approach that is evidence-based and receives excellent feedback from a wide range of individuals.

Evening course:  Tuesday 7pm to 8:30pm, 18 July – 22 August

Morning course:  Friday 11am to 12:30pm, 21 July – 25 August

Venue: 631 Sherwood Rd Sherwood (Brisbane)

Cost: $295 (early bird till 18/6) $350 (full fee)

(Medicare rebates and ATAPS eligibility may apply)

Group numbers are kept small, so booking early is advised.

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What previous course participants have said:

  • I feel more grounded and less affected by stressors at work, in relationship with others, and study.
  • I feel very calm and more satisfied with my life.
  • In my life and relationships I am calmer and less irritable. I am aware of and manage my stress and anxiety better.
  • Positive impact on relationships – partner and kids. Positive impact on my sleep and giving myself permission for self-care.
  • I have learnt to slow down, be more present and aware. To stop judging and trying to change myself.
  • [The course had a] very positive impact on my general wellbeing in terms of feeling calmer, more focused and less scattered with my thoughts.
  • While I was doing the course I learnt to swim. I no longer feel I’m drowning in problems and conflicts. Now I’m floating.