LGBT Health & Wellbeing in Edinburgh are running a course to help people cope with anxiety.
If you are interested please contact Claire on firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday 31st January. Use the subject line ANXIETY SUPPORT.
Booking for this course is essential and participants will be asked to attend all ﬁve sessions. Details are as follows:
Weekly sessions 6.30pm – 8.30pm11 February18 February25 February3 March10 MarchLGBT Health & Wellbeing,9 Howe Street,EdinburghAnxiety and worry are normal, natural feelings but if we experience them too often and too powerfully they can have a negative impact on our lives and wellbeing.• Do you feel overwhelmed by your fears and worries?• Do you struggle with self-esteem and self-conﬁdence?• Would you like to understand more about anxiety and learn ways to cope with its impact on you?Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) has proven to be an effective treatment for anxiety. At its heart is the concept that thoughts, feelings, physical sensations and behaviour are all connected. Unhelpful thoughts and feelings can trap us in a vicious cycle which can make day to day events uncomfortable and difﬁcult to navigate.These sessions are designed to provide a safe space for you to explore your own anxiety and in which to provide tools and techniques to help you manage it.One session in the block will focus on social anxiety speciﬁcally.WHO MIGHT BENEFIT FROM THIS COURSE?• Anyone who wants to learn ways to manage mild to moderate anxiety• Anyone currently receiving counselling at LGBT Health• Anyone on the waiting list for counselling at LGBT HealthThis group will be run by Niamh Allen and Siobhan Tyrrell, two of our counsellors who are providing this course as part of their CBT qualiﬁcation for Group Therapy.If you are interested please contact Claire on email@example.com by Friday 31st January. Use the subject line ANXIETY SUPPORT.Booking for this course is essential and participants will be asked to attend all ﬁve sessions.