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Learn how to manage anxiety at free Sunshine Coast workshops

SUNSHINE Coast Hospital and Health Service wants to help you learn how to manage stress and anxiety in your life.

The Managing Anxiety Workshops are designed to help you manage the symptoms of anxiety and improve your problem solving skills.

Social Worker John Buchanan encouraged people to attend the workshops to understand why they worry and what causes their anxiety levels to increase. "If you'd like to learn to relax, manage anxiety and enjoy life more, these workshops are for you," Mr Buchanan said. "You will learn about the nature of worry and anxiety, how to manage the symptoms of anxiety and how to plan for your future life without overwhelming worry," he said.

The workshops are free of charge and will be held over four weeks, with a session each Friday as follows:

Commencing Friday, 12 February to Friday, 4 March at 9.30-11.30am. Noosa Community Health Centre, 14 Bottlebrush Avenue, Noosa Heads (the street behind the cinemas). Contact: Vicki Fleming or Susannah Hamilton on 5449 5944.

Commencing Friday, 19 February to Friday, 11 March at 9.30-11.30am. Caloundra Community Health, 2A West Terrace, Caloundra. Contact: John Buchanan or Larissa Visco on 5436 8552.

Bookings are essential. Numbers are limited so please reserve your place.

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