Wednesday, 1 May 2019 from 09:45 to 14:00

In today’s world many of us need support with anxiety, many of us suffer on a daily basis, some less often, but all can maybe relate to that feeling of stress and panic.

Anxiety affects us as adults & children, those with or without a diagnosis.  It is not picky, it can affect the strongest of us!

Many of us have stressful lives, whether that’s through work, parenting, juggling a hectic lifestyle or as parents of children with disabilities, and we hope that this workshop will introduce strategies and techniques you can use for yourself or your loved ones. 

We aim for this workshop to be interactive so, as well as learning some of the theory behind ACT (Acceptance and Commitment Therapy) and how these relate to anxious situations and anxious behaviours in everyday life; we will provide opportunities to practice and be guided through using some activities to cope with anxiety.

In this workshop, you will learn:

  • What causes anxiety
  • What is anxiety
  • What is ACT
  • The Hexiflex
  • ACT activities and practical tips

So if you or a family member have suffered with anxiety or if you have a child with needs that may need support then please book on today.

Reach North West welcome: 

Rainbow Behavioural Therapies.

Natalie Savage, BCBA, MSc, MA, BA (Hons), Consultant Behaviour Analyst.

Carina Fullerton, MSc, BSc (Hons), ABA Supervisor and Case Manager.

Get your tickets here Eventbrite

The event will be held at:
Essa Nursery Buiding
Lever Edge Lane

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