Several free group programs have been launched at ReFrame.
The programs are aimed at young people aged between 12 to 25.
Wednesday October 21 will mark the start of the free monthly mindfulness group. The group will begin at 11 am and is facilitated by Wintergarden GP Dr Nathan Cooney.
The mindfulness group will meet at the new ReFrame building at 1/68-70 Station Street, Bowral.
The weekly art group will also also re-launch on Wednesday October 21 at 4 pm with face to face meetings. A new watercolour project will be co-facilitated by Wintergarden GP Dr Shihani Thilliavasan and youth arts champion Robyn.
The art group will meet at the group room located at 5 Wingecarribee Street, Bowral.
A new trauma informed yoga and meditation group for high school students will be gin on November 6 and will be facilitated by clinical psychologist and trained yoga teacher Anna Frayne.
The monthly LGBTQIA+ and allies group will continue to meet for pizza and pinball at the Venue 40 Stations Street on the last Friday of each month.
In addition to the new group programs, there are several more groups that are still being finalised.
That includes the education and bushwalking group with peer worker Chris and the ReFramer Gamers group with youth engagement worker Jake.
These groups are both being co-designed with young people in order to foster life skills and social skills. More information about the programs will be available prior to the launch.
All ReFrame groups are free of charge and places can be booked by calling 0455 104 104 or email email@example.com
ReFrame has recently moved to a new custom designed building at 1/68-70 Station Street Bowral and the youth walk-in has re-opened 9 am-6 pm Monday to Friday according to COVID safe guidelines.
ReFrame is a youth mental health program in the Wingecarribee Shire aimed at helping young people between the ages of 12 to 25 who are having a tough time with stress, anxiety or worry, feelings of sadness, physical health, family, relationships and issues and work or study to name a few.
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