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Anxiety & Stress Virtual Peer Support Group
Welcome to Your Community

We run this group every:


Monday at 2pm ET with Ellie and

Every other Friday at 10 am ET with Willie

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:

Ellie Scott

Ellie Scott (They/Them) is an anxiety guru specializing in helping their clients by blending analytical skills with gifted intuition. When Ellie was in kindergarten, they began dealing with a lifetime of anxiety and by first grade would end their school days with debilitating tension headaches. Though they spent a lot of their time struggling, 2019 was the year they began learning healthy life skills to help tame their anxiety and build the life of their dreams. Ellie graduated with their Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration and obtained their Master’s degree in Management and Organizational Leadership from Warner Pacific University. Since graduating, Ellie has performed numerous business analyses for the past 20 years, 13 of which was spent in leadership. When they are not working, they are a parent to their grown son AJ and a fur parent to their kitties Mazikeen and Loki. They also enjoy riding Jezebel, their e-assist bike, and reading Tarot cards as a hobby


Willie Nicol

Willie gained a Law Degree from the University of Glasgow, Scotland, before having a career as a Police Officer for thirty one years, followed by nearly seven years in corporate security management. Drawing on that experience and the skills he had acquired, three years ago he set up his own business as a personal development and change coach. He is a certificated Life Coach, Hypnotherapist and Practitioner of Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP).

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