Understanding Anxiety & Panic Disorder

Understanding Anxiety & Panic Disorder is an eight-week education program designed to help people who have been diagnosed with generalized anxiety and / or panic  disorder. A trained facilitator and a number of health professionals discuss issues that relate to anxiety and / or panic disorder. This includes information on symptoms, treatment options, coping strategies, and community resources.

The aim of the Understanding Anxiety & Panic Disorder program is to offer assistance as well as encouragement in a safe and relaxed atmosphere.

Symptoms of generalized anxiety disorder:

  • Constant worrying
  • Aches and pains for no reason
  • Trouble relaxing
  • Difficulty falling / staying asleep
  • Not able to concentrate

Symptoms of panic disorder:

  • Difficulty breathing
  • Chest pains or racing heart
  • Overwhelming terror
  • Dizziness
  • Excessive sweating

Program Length: 8 weeks, 2 hours per session.

Next Start Date:

For more information on this program or to be placed on a callback list once program dates are announced, please contact 506-633-1705 or saintjohn@cmhanb.ca

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