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Understanding Anxiety by Tanya Curtis - Behaviour Specialist

We hear the word anxiety and for most a picture pops into our head of what anxiety looks and/or feels like. This picture is different for many.

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Our Body Knows What True Health Is

By Kate Greenaway-Twist | Physiotherapist

 

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Living Well with Illness- Our Bodies and Connective Tissue

by Kate Greenaway-Twist

 

In over 30 years of working in physiotherapy with people and their bodies my love and appreciation for the body just grows and grows. I love how it has its own intelligence and knows how to bring itself back to balance from inside out. I continue to learn so much from our bodies and I have learned so much about the amazing qualities of our connective tissue.

 

What is Connective Tissue?

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New Course to Address Depression and Exhaustion in Men – Launching March 5th

** 5 Week Course | Each Thursday from March 5th until 9th April | 6pm - 7.30pm | Goonellabah Community Centre 27 Oliver Avenue Goonellabah **

RESEARCH shows “burnout”, or emotional and physical exhaustion, is predisposing men to depression and substance abuse, and in the workplace is leading to higher rates of absenteeism and even workplace accidents.

Even more worrying, despite society’s efforts to date to shine a light on the issue, many men are still suffering alone, refusing to acknowledge or seek help for their condition. 

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New Courses at the College in 2015

Term 1 2015 sees the launch of 8 new courses to support wellbeing and health in our communities including courses on Financial Health, Women's Health, Men's Health and Exercise and Community Wellbeing.

See the Full List of Current Courses Here.

We are pleased to announce that students will now be able to sign-up with a user-account and access their courses and course content online.

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