20 October 2016 Managing Anxiety

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20 October 2016 Managing Anxiety

As part of Mental Health Month, local GP Dr Nicola Holmes will be at the Harry Bailey Memorial Library at 3pm on October 27 to give a talk on anxiety.

Her presentation will focus on anxiety disorders, practical management strategies and building resilience in ourselves, our families and the community.

This year’s Mental Health Month theme is ‘Learn and Grow’ - encouraging people and communities to learn more about mental health and use that knowledge to grow personally and take control of their mental wellbeing.

Mental health is defined as being: a person’s condition with regard to their psychological and emotional well-being.

Please phone the library on 6648 4900 or visit libraries.coffsharbour.nsw.gov.au​ for more information or to secure your place at the talk.