ID: Flyer in turquoise colour with blue, light green and white fonts. Vancouver Coastal Health and WBP logos on top. Three pictures with white background on flyer – two in middle and one on bottom left. Left middle picture shows a triangle diagram with a text box on each corner. There are directional arrows pointing both ways between all text boxes. Top textbox says “Thoughts” in capitals and “what we think affects how we feel and act” in smaller font below the term. Left textbook says “Behaviour” in capitals and “what we do affects how we think and feel” in smaller font below the term. Right textbook says “Emotions” in capitals and “how we feel affects what we think and do” below the term. Right middle picture shows an image of an iPhone and on the screen shows a blue smiling round face on top. “My Anxiety” section is in the middle of iPhone screen with 3 circles – purple, teal and red. “Tools” section is on the bottom third of the iPhone screen and shows 3 soft-tone multi-coloured pictures. Bottom left picture shows Tara, Caucasian female with below the shoulder length reddish-brown hair, looking at camera and smiling. She is wearing a black shirt with half zipper starting on top of collar. On the bottom right of the flyer is a light green text box explaining the purpose of the flyer.
Text in flyer:
Vancouver Coastal Health – Promoting wellness. Ensuring care.
WBP in Hand Letter Signs.
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) for Anxiety
Thursdays (8 sessions total)
Starting Thursday, March 4th
4:00 to 5:30 pm via ZOOM
CBT is a psycho-social intervention that aims to improve mental health. During this group series, you will learn various CBT strategies & skills by using the MindShift app on your phone! You will learn how to challenge and change unhelpful thoughts & behaviours, reduce anxiety, improve emotional regulation, and use coping strategies to get through challenges. *Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to register by Thursday, February 25th at 4:30pm. Thank you!* ** Must be Deaf/Hard of Hearing and reside in British Columbia.**