11 November 2020

Let's Talk About Social Anxiety

  • Online


  • Kirsty Bremner & Lynn Bellis

  • 1 - 3 pm

Let’s talk about social anxiety will provide an improved understanding of social anxiety and what causes it – generally and specifically. 

This course is four sessions of two hours from 1 – 3 pm on Wednesday 11 November until Wednesday 2 December.   You will need a pen and paper to take notes and participate in the exercises throughout.  

In the current COVID-19 climate people are mostly feeling a lack of control.  We are all adjusting to a new way of being sociable, but it is apparent that the number of people experiencing social anxiety is on the increase.

Social anxiety can feel different for everyone and the symptoms can vary in severity. If your anxiety is less severe it may only occur occasionally, but if your anxiety is severe, even thinking about the situation can trigger symptoms of nerves and panic.

This course also looks at the various factors that contribute to social anxiety and different ways in which to cope with social anxiety in the short and longer term. 

The facilitators are Kirsty Bremner and Lynn Bellis

This course will be delivered online using Zoom.