Journey to recovery from depression by Christine George

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6-7pm
Tuesday, 25 May 2021
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About the event

Depression…many of us know someone who has experienced it. Hear author Christine George discuss her experience of living with depression and her journey to healing.

The book What is Normal?: healing depression through the journey within, a story of the road less travelled in depression recovery helps to lift the veil hiding depression and shows the realities, challenges and triumphs along the way. This is an opportunity to hear from someone with a lived experience and is a step towards breaking down the stigma of depression.

Christine has a 20 year career in community and youth services,  many of these years were spent trying to live with depression. Her journey explores the conventional and holistic treatments available and their long term sustainability.

There are many behaviours and habits that can aid the path to healing and wellbeing. Christine’s book provides personal insights and details of how and where to seek help when needed.

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Spearwood Library

9 Coleville Cresent,
Spearwood WA 6163

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Email customer@cockburn.wa.gov.au

Phone 08 9411 3444

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9 Coleville Crescent,
Spearwood 6163

PO Box 1215, Bibra Lake DC,
Western Australia, 6965

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