Anxiety Management #9 2:00pm - 4:00pm

Anxiety Management

Anxiety Management
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Group

Are you struggling with panic attacks, chronic worry or anxiety around social situations?


Common signs of anxiety include:

  • Physical symptoms such as chest pain, shortness of breath, muscle tension, stomach discomfort, racing heart
  • Thoughts such as fear of dying or losing control, excessive worries that you can’t seem to turn off, excessive fears in social situations or in situations where it is difficult to leave, worries that others might think badly of you. 
  • Behavioral symptoms such as avoiding situations out of fear or needing to escape situations that trigger fear. If you can relate to these symptoms, then anxiety might be a problem in your life.

Help is available:

Maple offers a 9 week anxiety treatment group which uses cognitive behaviour therapy to help participants learn practical strategies to deal with the physical symptoms, thoughts and behaviours associated with anxiety. Groups are run periodically during the year and are facilitated by two mental health professionals. What is expected from participants?

  • To commit to attending all sessions (weekly for 9 weeks)
  • To practice strategies learned in sessions and between sessions.  If you would like to participate in the group, or would like to get more information about it, please speak with your physician, nurse or mental health counsellor.


To Join:  You need a referral from your Maple family doctor.


Event Properties

Event Date 06-18-2024
Location Maple Family Health Team
1036 Princess St. Unit D2, Kingston, Ontario


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Monday - Thursday:  4:30 pm - 6:00 pm
Saturday & Sunday:  8:15 am - 10:30 am

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