Anxiety disengaged

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Anxiety disengaged: Free virtual workshop, 6 pm – 7 pm, Wednesday evenings

The idea?

Hands-on 1-hour Zoom workshop that will help the participants understand and work through some of the most natural and easy strategies that relieve anxiety symptoms and provide day-to-day management of the condition.

The workshop is free and informal, with topics that are related to different anxiety disorders and how they can be understood and managed better.

The participants can hop on and off through the weeks whenever they feel the workshop edition is interesting and beneficial to them.

To register your attendance, please email:

Who can benefit from the anxiety workshop?

  • If you suffer from the condition the workshop will introduce management solutions that correspond with the natural inner resources.
  • If you are a carer of a person who is suffering from an anxiety disorder, this workshop will help you understand more emphatically the possibilities available for dealing with the condition. Some of the strategies are so easy to understand and apply so the knowledge can be transferred to the daily caring environment.
  • If you are a student counsellor, you may like to expand your toolbox that enables you to use any of the managing strategies and information where suitable.
  • Teachers, human resources managers, nurses – any professional that works with people would be able to benefit from the workshop as it will increase the awareness of the symptoms and help the professional be more emphatic and vigilant in recognising the condition.
  • Anyone that has a love of learning would like to know more about how to understand and manage anxiety disorders.

Workshop dates 2023: 

  • May – 3rd, 10th, 17th, 31st
  • June – 7th, 14th
  • July – 12th, 19th, 26th
  • August – 2nd, 9th, 16th, 30th
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Hosted by Bilyana Wharton

Bilyana's work arrives from place of passion and determination for helping her clients overcome mental health issues, self-defeating beliefs and behavioural patterns. Her personal philosophy is that anyone has the internal mental resources to improve their psychological health and live a better, happier life.

Hosted by Bilyana Wharton