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Anxiety & Stress Virtual Peer Support Group
Welcome to Your Community

We run this group every Tuesday at 3pm ET with Suramya, every other Tuesday at 8pm ET with Mike, and every other Thursday at 7:15pm ET with Angini

This group is for those who experience panic attacks, generalized anxiety disorder, social anxiety or any related concerns that are impacting negatively on their lives. It's also for people struggling with worries, burnout, overwhelm (or anything similar) in a professional or personal context). Don't let anxiety and stress stop you living your best life. Join this group!

About the Moderators:

Angini Mohammed

Angini is a compassionate psychotherapist and social worker, with 15 + years of experience as therapist, counsellor, manager, and trainer. Angini combines her professional knowledge with personal insights based on her own experiences. Angini has been providing strengths based, client centered, trauma informed counselling to clients and groups in a variety of settings. Angini works with issues of trauma, childhood trauma, anger management, and substance use along with anxiety and stress. Angini, as a person of color originally from the Caribbean, is mindful of issues within the context of multiculturalism and diversity as well as stigmatization. Angini is a Registered Social Worker with the Ontario College of Social Workers and Social Service Workers, and a member of the Ontario Association of Social Workers. Angini has a Master of Social Work degree from Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri, USA. Angini is an avid sailor and is beginning to learn willow weaving, both of which she considers having therapeutic elements.

Mike Cornell

Mike's a believer that harmony lies in imperfection and impermanence - he's equally a believer that Daffy Duck is better than Bugs Bunny and Metallica's St. Anger is actually decent. A geeky, straight edge, introverted, rough-around-the-edges creative who found purpose in peer-support, Mike strives to utilize his lived experiences with suicide, depression, anorexia, and late-diagnosed autism to arm others with the tools he so desperately lacked; acting as a walking marquee to the importance of shared stories and that the capacity for betterment exists within the individual. In particular, he's a devotee to the potential art and media hold in mental recovery and connecting to the existential parts within yourself. He invites everyone, no matter how much of an outsider they may view themselves, no matter how lost or "different" they may feel, to join for a chat in the safety of being authentically themselves


Suramya Agrawal

Suramya has an expertise of working with issues of transitional age, 5+ years of working with adolescents and young adults who never cease to impress her. She has successfully handled both clinical and non-clinical issues; such as anxiety, trauma, adjustment issues, peer relationships, transitional challenges, to name a few. With the experience of working in high paced, extremely demanding clinical settings she has thoroughly polished her skills of initial interview, assessments and several modes of therapy such as Narrative, EFT, SFBT, Mindfulness, Art & Play therapy. She loves the challenges of working in the mental health industry as it only makes her a better professional and better person

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