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TIlE KwaZulu-Natal branch of the South African Depression and Anxiety Group (Sadag) wifi be hosting a training and advisory meeting on how to run a support group for those living with depression, bipolar or anxiety and panic. According to research, mental health wifi affect one in five people in SQuth Africa during their life time.
Sadag is a non-profit organisation established to educate patients, families, mental health professionals, and the public on the nature and management of depression and anxiety disorders as treatable mental illnesses. The aim is to remove stigma, improve access to high quality care and to support and advocate for research.
Support groups are run by members who have either suffered from one of these disorders or by professionals. They create a culture of sharing among members.
The free training wifi be hosted by a psychologist, a Sadag trainer and current support group leaders. It will be held at 171 Buiwer Road, Glenwood, Durban, on Saturday from 9am to noon.
Enquiries or bookings: Emma or Kal at Sadag at 011 262 6396 or 0800 708 090. ? Lifestyle Reporter