A workshop at Injune in late October will give participants practical tools to create a life with purpose and build strategies to deal with emotional challenges.
South West Hospital and Health Service Regional Adversity Coordinator Gavin Johannesen says the workshop would help people build belief in themselves and overcome negative thoughts and emotions.
The Injune workshop will be held on 25 October at the Soldier’s Memorial Hall in Hutton St from 9.30 am to 2.30 pm, with light refreshments available.
The workshops will be facilitated by mental health occupational therapist Alexandra Donoghue from the St George Medical Centre and supported by the Royal Flying Doctor Service.
Mr Johannesen says the workshops are proving popular.
“Similar workshops were held at Roma, Charleville, Cunnamulla, St George and Mungindi in June and July. The workshop will provide tools to help you identify what matters to you, how to integrate those values into everyday life and how to deal with negativity and stuff that gets in the way.”
“It will also incorporate strategies to deal with the difficulties that life can throw at us and help individuals to strengthen their relationship with themselves – their own self-esteem and inner strength.”
“It’s a great way to learn about yourself and what matters to you.”
RSVP to [email protected] or phone (07) 4624 2977.