NEW Indian and Asian Support Group

Meets the FIRST MONDAY each month.

Venue: Anxiety Recovery Centre Victoria, 292 Canterbury Road, Surrey Hills
Time: 7.30pm – 9.00pm
Cost: FREE (Gold Coin donation appreciated)

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safeTALK

Suicide Alertness for Everyone Workshop

Next workshop - Wednesday 14th February, 9.30am - 1.00pm.

Cost: $50 ($30 ARCVic Members). 

Learn how to become a suicide alert helper:

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ASIST

Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training

Next course commences Friday 9th & Saturday 10th February. 

Cost: $300 / $260 ARCVic Members

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Mindfulness Based Stress and Anxiety Program

Commencing March 7th in Lilydale and Surrey Hills. 

Cost: $80/$60 ARCVic Members

An introduction to the practice of informal and formal mindfulness to help reduce stress and manage anxiety.

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Companion Program

We are excited to announce our new Companion Program, which will run alongside each of our structured group workshops.

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OCD Cognitive Strategies and Recovery Workshop

Next program starts February 17th 2018.

6 x 2 hour workshops supporting participants in building strategies to reduce anxiety and OCD symptoms.

Cost: $214.70 (Medicare rebates may apply for the full amount)

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Mindfulness for Anxiety

Presented by Dr Craig Hassed - an introduction to the practice of mindfulness to help reduce stress and manage anxiety.

Dates: Tuesdays Feb 13, 20 & 27, and Mar 6 & 13 2018, 6-7.30pm

Cost: $250 for 5 week program

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Hear Me Out Art Exhibition

ARCVic and Lousy Ink present, Hear Me Out, a monumental charity exhibition to help raise awareness and normalise the conversation about anxiety disorders.

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OCD & Anxiety Disorders Week 2017

A week of community events, workshops and activities supporting people with anxiety disorders, their carers, family, friends and health professionals

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Call for excerpts - We want to hear about your experience of anxiety

Art Exhibition

Later this year we will be running an art exhibition in the hopes of raising some extra funds and awareness around anxiety disorders. The idea is to present art pieces that convey a positive and uplifting response to anonymous recounts of experiences with anxiety. A good opportunity to get some insight into encounters with various manifestations of anxiety is to ask those who live with it.

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