Stacked Wooden Logs
This group provides people who experience anxiety, with a safe and supportive environment to share their stories and learn from each other

Date and time

Wed Dec 07 2022

Description
<div>This group provides people who experience anxiety, with a safe and supportive environment to share their stories and learn from each other</div><div style="margin-top: 20px"><div style="margin: 20px 10px;font-size: 15px;line-height: 22px;font-weight: 400;text-align: left;"><p>Lockdowns are tough for everyone but if you live in a rural or remote area it can be especially isolating. </p><p>Our Online Anxiety Support Groups comprise a small number of people who come together to share personal experiences and information in a safe, friendly and supportive environment. Group members may also suggest guest speakers. </p><p>Participants often form a bond based on the commonality of their day-to-day experiences. They learn from each other, experience relief, have fun, and become inspired by each other's journeys. </p><p>Often there are people present who have recovered from their illness/disorder, who choose to attend to provide support to others. </p><p>
</p><p>We ask that none of the participants record the support group session and no one other than the participant views or listens in on the support group. Unfortunately, we cannot guarantee that what is discussed at the meeting will remain confidential as we have to rely on the members of the group to maintain confidentiality.
</p><p></p><p>Monthly meetings usually last between 1-2 hours and are led by a trained, volunteer facilitator.</p><p>All our support groups are free-of-charge.</p><p><strong>---</strong></p><p><strong>WayAhead Mental Health Association NSW </strong>is a charity organisation that works every day to educate people on mental health and wellbeing, with positive messaging and support, linking people to services and resources that improve their mental health.</p><p>For more information you can visit our website http://understandinganxiety.wayahead.org.au/support-groups/; or phone 02 9339 6013.</p></div></div>

Location

Online Event