WOMEN’S ANXIETY GROUP – VIRTUAL
Start Date: August 3rd, 2021
Day: Weekly on Tuesdays
Cost: $40 per session (reserve in advance)
Location: Google meets Virtual Room
Group Facilitator: MacKenzie Greenlee, MA, LMFT #124064
- Understanding anxiety, its function and purpose in your life
- Using mindfulness practice to increase awareness and tolerance
- Changing our relationship with anxiety (confronting vs. avoiding)
- Using cognitive behavioral techniques to understand the ways in which our thoughts impact our mood
- Other factors contributing to anxiety outside the normal scope and how to manage them
- Boundaries and self-care
**Space is limited. Please call us at 619-363-1920 ext. 500 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your spot. Note a minimum of 4 participants is needed to run group and the group will max out at 12 participants.
Let’s be honest, 2020 took a toll on a lot of us and it was not what we were expecting! Are current work, relationship, and family concerns making it difficult and overwhelming to function? Are you finding yourself frequently worried, overwhelmed or anxious? Have you felt that due to COVID you are struggling more to manage your anxiety? If any of these questions resonate with you, this group is for you!
Many of us struggle with anxiety at a variety of levels. For most of us, it masks itself in worry, stress, and feelings of being overwhelmed, which can impact our everyday lives. That is where this group comes in, as we believe that for many women, it is helpful to talk to someone about these very concerns in order to gain new tools and support. This group is ideal for adult women ages 18-60. We provide a safe, confidential, and honest environment to explore thoughts and feelings and learn new skills while surrounded by other women who are struggling with similar issues.
In this ongoing open group, we will be utilizing tools that have been proven effective in managing anxiety. This group will help you better understand anxiety along with its function and purpose in your life, while also learning new skills to decrease and manage your anxiety. You will get an opportunity to practice skills in group and gain support from other group members.
“Sometimes the bravest and most important thing you can do is just show up.” – Brene Brown