Does anxiety interfere with your day-to-day life? Do you feel your relationships suffer because of your anxiety responses? Have you tried to manage your anxiety in the past and had poor results?
If you find your anxiety is interfering with your daily functioning, consider joining our FREE two session group experience.
The last Friday of July (7/28/2023) and the first Friday of August (8/4/2023), our intern Joe Campasino, and Dr. Archer will be co-facilitating a FREE two session anxiety management group at our Edinboro location!
The content of this group will include a working definition of anxiety, common symptoms of anxiety, and various ways anxiety can be expressed. This group will offer an introduction to anxiety management strategies, practice using anxiety management skills, fine tuning anxiety management strategies to fit individual situations, and group processing of various anxiety and anxiety management experiences.
At the conclusion of this group, participants can expect to be able to identify anxiety symptoms and utilize strategies to manage or even prevent their anxiety symptoms.
JOIN THE GROUP
The first session will be Friday July 28th from 1pm – 2:30pm, and the second session will be August 4th from 1pm – 2:30pm.
The group will have a limited number of spots available, so contact us today to express your interest. Dr. Archer and/or Joe will be reaching out to those interested, in the order of requests, to determine if you would be a good fit for this opportunity.
To be placed on the waitlist, please call 844.977.2847 and choose extension 1, option 1.
Leave a message with your name, and your phone number, we will return calls in the order received.
Robin S Archer Phd
is the founder of Mindful Paths Network, a group supporting counselors in their own private practice missions to provide counseling services for children, adolescents, adults, groups, couples, and families experiencing a wide variety of behavioral and mental health concerns. Mindful Paths Network's newsletter addresses a variety of mental health concerns. This blog is an extension of the newsletter which is not currently available by email request.