Are you a worry wart? Do you find yourself constantly worry about everything even when there is seemingly nothing to worry about? You might be experiencing generalized anxiety disorder. To find out if you or a loved one might be experiencing generalized anxiety disorder, join us as Dr. Nzinga Harrison discusses symptoms of the disorder, gives you a practical tip for dealing with it and provides an opportunity for discussion.
There’s no secret…well maybe it is, that exercise releases natural chemical endorphins in our body that makes us feel happier and calmer. It’s one of the reasons that many counselors, psychologists, therapists and psychiatrists will prescribe a regular dose of exercise to their patients’ mental fitness plans. On this webinar, our campaign psychiatrist, Dr. Nzinga Harrison, will discuss the mental benefits of exercise.
Postpartum depression is very real! Getting society to accept this is the first challenge and encouraging women to seek medical help is the second. Even though the various forms of postpartum depression an affect up to 80 percent of women. Talking about it is crucial to the mom’s prognosis and baby’s well-being. Join us as we learn and talk about postpartum depression. As always, each webinar is full of education, a practical tip and a discussion at the end. We hope to see you there and bring a friend! To access the meeting you can either call (712) 775-7031 and use the access code 213-406-258 or join us online using the meeting link.
There’s a huge myth when it comes to using medicinal support to help maintain mental fitness. Most people fall into one of 2 categories: 1). They fear medicine even if it’s clear that they might benefit from it and have exhausted other options. 2). They assume that taking a pill will work like magic and make all of their troubles vanish into thin air. Neither is true, and Dr. Harrison will talk about they myths regarding medication, when to detect if it might be useful for you and hopefully give you insight as to why you shouldn’t be afraid of it. Join us by calling 712-775-7031 and enter the access code 213-406-258 or click on the meeting link to join the webinar online.
There has been some research indicating food’s ability to chemically and physiologically alter our brain structure. Those changes can also lead to altered behavior. Join us on Friday, October 2 from 12:15-1pm as Dr. Harrison explains the connection between food and mood. As always, there will be great information, a practical tip and an opportunity for discussion. We will see you there!
Our webinar has been cancelled for this month. We will resume in December to discuss the topic of alcoholism. We will discuss separation anxiety in January. Thanks for your support. We will see you in December!
Alcoholism is a chronic disease characterized by uncontrolled drinking and a preoccupation with alcohol. This uncontrollable urge can increase during the holidays. We will talk about why this is such a common disease and what one can do to seek help. Join us on December 4, from 12:15 to 1pm to discuss alcoholism with Dr. Harrison. You can access our webinars by either calling (712) 775- 7031 and entering the 213-406-258 for the access code; or online using the meeting link. If there is a topic that you’d like to learn more about, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or let us know through our contact us page.
Pull up a chair, maybe even a midday glass of wine and let’s talk self-care with bestselling author, Peggy Nolan. Nolan is a writer and co-author of four bestselling books, a yoga teacher and a teacher and advocate of self-care. A self-proclaimed people grower, Peggy is the host of the popular podcast, Let Go Move Forward. She’s passionate about leadership and personal growth and in her spare time she crochets and is a 3rd level black prajioud in Muay Thai Kickboxing. This breast cancer survivor has been slaying doubt and vanquishing fear since 2004 and she’s thrilled to share her self-care secrets with all of you. You don’t want to miss this free webinar on Friday, February 19 at 1pm. Click here to join the meeting online or call (712) 775-7031 and enter the access code 213-406-258 to join the meeting via phone. Don’t miss it! To learn more about our guest host this month, visit www.peggynolan.com.