Facilitators: Tutors from Belfast Recovery College
Date: Tuesday 22nd May 2018
Time: 1.30pm – 4.30 pm
Venue: Spectrum Centre
Most of us experience anxiety at some point in our lives. For many this is upsetting but manageable and related to real life situations or experiences and usually passes with time or as the situation resolves. For some people, anxiety is constant, extreme and debilitating and it impacts significantly on their quality of life.
This course will explore what anxiety is, the many forms it can take and how it develops and is maintained. It also explores a range of treatment options and self-help skills that may help people to lessen and manage anxiety. A practitioner with expertise in the subject area and a peer trainer with lived experience of anxiety will share their knowledge and provide practical help in a supportive atmosphere.
NB – As this course is provided by Belfast Recovery College, it is open to the whole community therefore places fill up quickly. To book a place telephone the Recovery College on 9504 3059 or 9504 6985 or email them on: RecoveryCollege@belfasttrust.hscni.net
Please let your supervising social worker know that you have booked a place on these courses, so it can be added to your training record.