The Ssi course at the University of Sydney is a free online course offered by the University.
It is meant to help students with anxiety disorders learn about self-care and help them feel better.
“You can start to understand how you can cope with your anxiety, what it means, what you need to be prepared for, how to cope with it, how you feel when you have anxiety, how it affects your work,” says Dr Roberta McGovern, an associate professor at the university’s School of Social Work.
The courses are a part of the University’s Cognitive Behavioural Therapy program, which is also known as CBT.
It is designed to help people manage their anxiety.
You can register for the Ssi online at ssi.unsw.edu.au/cognitive-behavioural-therapy.
If you are worried about your anxiety disorder, you can find support and information at the Anxiety Centre at the Ssi campus.
Ssia is a part-time program.
It’s only available for students who want to take part, but it is free to attend and it’s an excellent place to start.
There are five sessions a day for about 20 minutes each.
It lasts about five weeks and it costs $2,500.
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