Anxiety: A Common Barrier to Social Inclusion


Saturday, October 29    
1:00 pm - 2:30 pm

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Do you find your anxiety keeps you from meeting new people or standing up for yourself?  Have you ever wondered what the purpose of anxiety is and how anxiety can be a barrier to your desire to participate in social relationships and settings?  If you would like the answers to these questions as well as a wide range of practical strategies to help manage anxiety, this is a fantastic workshop just for you!

Join Becky Molly, DSW, MPED, BCBC, who is the Clinical Director of the Pacific Coast Community Resources Inc. as she talks to us about overcoming anxiety.  She has a Masters of Professional Education with a focus in Applied Behaviour Analysis and is now a Board Certified Behaviour Analyst. She has been working with people with diversabilities for over 10 years.

If you are an adult age 19 and older with Autism (ASD) or a diversability and would love some amazing help with anxiety, you are welcome to register for this great repeat program.  Becky did the presentation for our group in 2019 and we had the highest turnout of 25 people with rave reviews about her program. She gives lots of wonderful handouts which will help you after the workshop.

This is one of eight ZOOM workshops presented by the Okanagan Self-Advocate Group in Kelowna. Adults with diversabilities or autism and self-advocates across British Columbia are welcome to register. We will send you a special ZOOM link allowing you to participate online.

To register or for more information, contact Linda Youmans, Okanagan Self-Advocate Group Advisor

Phone:  1 (778) 478-3436


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