Does change make you feel anxious? - Panda Health

5 days ago 2023-03-25 17:00

Does change make you feel anxious?

Navigating life's changes can be stressful and anxiety-inducing. Join us for an interactive group session to explore strategies for managing change and the associated anxiety. Learn how to recognize the signs of anxiety and how to take control of your emotions. Get insights and support from a mental health professional and other members of the group. Discover how to take charge of your life and be empowered to make positive changes.

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Kavisha Chandrakassi
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What will we cover?

Managing change
This session provides tools and strategies to help navigate changes and manage associated anxiety.
Identifying anxiety
This session helps identify anxiety by providing strategies for managing change and recognizing the signs of anxiety.
Gaining support
This session provides an opportunity to gain support from a mental health professional and other members of the group who can share their experiences and provide guidance.
Taking charge
This session helps you gain the knowledge and tools to take charge of your emotions and make positive changes to your life.

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