The Anxiety Resource Center has a variety of Workshops and Events taking place throughout the year. These opportunities provide a way to help you manage your anxiety and improve your mental wellness. Don’t forget to check out our weekly Support Group offerings.
Movement Eases Anxiety
Our weekly support groups offer an opportunity to connect with others who have anxiety. On the last Wednesday of each month, we are dedicating time to explore a topic related to anxiety disorders.
For the month of June, we will be discussing how movement and fitness can help our anxiety. This will be an opportunity to learn new ways to incorporate movement into your days, as well as share what activities help you. If you would like to attend, please be sure to sign up below.
Wednesday, June 29
7 p.m. EST (Zoom)
Spring Has Sprung
Looking for a creative and relaxing way to kick off your spring? Consider an herb garden. You don’t need a green thumb or a lot of space to reap the benefits of gardening.
Studies have found that gardening can reduce the symptoms of anxiety and depression, helping your mood improve too.
Want to learn more but unsure of how to get started? Check out the Healthline Article linked below for tips on selecting plants and evaluating your space.
The ARC encourages individuals to explore different types of therapeutic ways to help manage their anxiety. For other helpful ideas visit our Educate section.
ARC Book Club
The ARC Book Club was created to keep people sharing, connecting, and reading during the pandemic. Many have commented on how it’s been helpful to connect in this way and have become regular members of our Club. We hope you’ll consider being a part of our next group in the fall.
Curious about what we’ve been reading? Here are the books we have enjoyed together: