Revised* Term 3, 2020
Course offerings for the upcoming term. Starting from the week of 5th August
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All other course descriptions can be found on our Courses Page
Anxiety: it's not that simple:
(6 week course) This course guides students to begin to understand some of the causes of anxiety, help them become aware of their personal triggers and explore strategies that help them better manage and re-engage with their world.
This course is facilitated by Melina and Georgina.
DoNOHarm: Safe Storytelling:
(3 hr course) This workshop builds your skills to use inclusive language and minimise referred trauma. Explore personal and professional boundaries to stay safe when hearing potentially triggering stories.
This course is facilitated by MIEACT Volunteer, Terri.
Buried in Treasures: Free Information Session via Zoom on Friday 24th July 2020
Come to an information session on Friday 24th July 2020 from 10am-11:30am via Zoom to hear more about this course and find out how to enrol. Note: Zoom link details will be provided.
To sign-up for the information session, follow this link to the Eventbrite page, or if you have any questions about BIT, please contact the ACT Recovery College - email : or Phone : 02 6247 3821
Buried in Treasures:
(16 weeks - 8 x 3hr sessions - held over 2 terms): A SELF-HELP AND SUPPORT GROUP FOR PEOPLE WHO HAVE TOO MUCH STUFF. Would you like to learn tips on how to de-clutter and stop over-acquiring from people who know what it’s like? Join us for this group created by and for people who are ready to live a life less-cluttered!
Each week we’ll discuss a skill from the book, Buried in Treasures, and complete challenging and rewarding exercises. We’ll also check-in with our individual progress, challenges, successes, and goals.
We will be holding an information session to answer all your questions on Friday 24th July 2020 from 10am-11:30am (contact: for more information)
This course is course is a collaboration of ACT Recovery College, Woden Community Services and ACT Health.