Having stress at the risk of burnout is not good for anyone. Unfortunately, burnout is on the rise amongst leaders in high-pressure environments and it has become an urgent problem to solve today.

On the 2nd of August 2021, Lifeline recorded its busiest day ever, 3,345 calls were made as Australian’s were currently struggling with the lockdowns.

This is not only alarming but also reassuring to see that people are reaching out to seek help. I have been advised by medical professionals that most psychologists have a waiting time of 12 months. This means patients need to wait for 12 months before they can be seen by a psychologist.

During the last couple of months, I have noticed a high up-turn in symptoms of anxiety being presented with calls for seeking help related to stress, fear and overwhelm.

Anxiety can materialise in many guises, from anxiety surrounding a particular issue or “one-off” event to generalised anxiety where the client may not have any awareness of why they are even anxious. Anxiety that is escalated from too much worry occurs when the mind dwells on negative thoughts, uncertain outcomes or things that could go wrong. Worry tends to be those repetitive, obsessive thoughts. Melanie Greenberg, a clinical psychologist in Mill Valley, USA described it as: “The cognitive component of anxiety.” Simply put – worry happens only in your mind, not in your body. Worry is helpful only if it leads to change – not if it turns into obsessive thoughts that can lead to anxiety.


This online group coaching program is for you if you need to:

  • Stress less
  • Calm the mind
  • Let go of fear, worry or doubt
  • Control overthinking
  • Find coping strategies to improve sleep 

During this 4 – Week's program, you will learn coping strategies on how to deal with worry, stress and anxiety.

Group therapy offers an excellent opportunity to be surrounded by others who are experiencing similar symptoms. Together as a group, often you will find that others are able to help each other and help find new ways to deal with their problems. People are able to feel supported and comfortable in knowing that they are not alone.

Benefits of Online Group Therapy

  • You are not alone – Working in a group with others who are experiencing from the same issue removes the feeling of isolation.
  • Connection – Connection may be limited for many people who suffer from anxiety and this can lead to sadness or frustration as a result.
  • Opportunity for growth – Group therapy teaches you more about who you are as a person. Individuals are encouraged to talk about their presenting concerns. Opening up about such matters is an incredibly powerful and liberating experience. This allows individuals to accept and observe what they are experiencing and find the best way to deal with it.
  • Access to a complete support system – This is not about offering support to one person at a time. It is more about each individual encouraging each other to provide feedback and support to others, allowing everyone to connect with each other. Sharing between the group is a healthy way to provide hope and inspiration for all involved.
  • Cost-effective – Group therapy tends to be less costly than one-on-one sessions. However, this does not mean it is less effective in treating anxiety-related symptoms. Group therapy sessions with qualified practitioners have proven to significantly improve a person’s mental well-being and quality of life.

Group therapy provides a comforting, safe environment for those who are ready to eliminate anxiety by proving coping strategies when dealing with presenting symptoms. It can change your life for the better.

Program inclusions:
-Downloadable mp3 audio to reinforce learning
-Complimentary one-on-one 30-minute strategy call following the program
-Downloadable PDF Workbook

What: 4 – Week Online Group Therapy for those needing coping strategies to eliminate stress and anxiety
Starts: 6th September 2022
Time: 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm
Cost: $297 pp

Limit to 10 people only