Acceptance & Commitment Therapy Skills Groups for Anxiety and Depression

Our Psychological Strategies program provides individual and group counselling for people of all ages with or at risk of developing a mild to moderate mental illness.

The program has Acceptance & Commitment Therapy Skills Groups being run in various locations over January and February!

This is a 4-week group program that explores the foundations of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) for people experiencing low to moderate anxiety and depression.

This program aims to empower people to learn resilience skills to better cope with life’s challenges.
• Build your ‘toolbox’ with powerful and practical strategies
• Learning fun, evidence based tools to manage your thoughts, feelings and behaviours
• Exploring what is important (values) to you
• Move towards a rich, healthy and meaningful life
• Learn mindfulness to improve your quality of life

*Please note – in order to attend this group, all participants will need to have a Mental Health Care Plan from their GP.

What to bring: yourselves and an open mind!
Cost: FREE

Locations & Dates:

Box Hill
Where: Suite 2&3, 26-28 Prospect Street, Box Hill
Starting Dates: Tuesday 23 January 2018 & Tuesday 27 February 2018
Commitment: 4 weeks

Epping
Where: Epping Community Services Hub, 713 High Street Epping 3076
Starting Dates: Friday 12 January 2018 & Friday 23 February 2018
Commitment: 4 weeks

Knox
Where: EACH – 2 Capital City Boulevard Westfield Knox Ozone Wantirna South 3152
Starting Dates: Monday 22 January 2018 & Monday 26 February 2018
Commitment: 4 weeks

Waverley
Where: Monash Youth Services 14 Bogong Ave Glen Waverley 3150
Starting Dates: Wednesday 17 January 2018
Commitment: 4 weeks

Yarra Junction
Where: EACH – 2468 Warburton Highway, Yarra Junction (The Purple Church)
Starting Dates: Friday 19 January 2018 & Friday 2 March 2018
Commitment: 4 weeks

For any enquiries or to register, please contact our Psychological Strategies team on (03) 8892 4200 or via psintake@each.com.au.

This service is supported by funding from the Australian Government under the PHN Program.

View full info on the Psychological Strategies program here: https://goo.gl/p49txZ.

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