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|Join EHN Canada for our last webinar of 2020!|
Mental Health & Self-Care for the Holidays
With Jason Logan, Family Programs Coordinator, Bellwood Health Services
And Debbie Broessler, Admissions Coordinator, Edgewood Treatment Centre
And Colette Currin, National Director of Business Development, Military, Veterans and First Responders, EHN Canada
The holidays can be both a wonderful time for some, and a particularly vulnerable and triggering period for others. Emotions can stem from memories of past holidays ruined by substance abuse and mental illness, and anxieties about the future. Now as we grapple with the added uncertainty brought by the COVID-19 pandemic, and the threat it poses to long-held holiday traditions, it’s important to recognize the stressors that put us at risk and how to manage them. It’s also a time for families and loved ones to remember the benefits of self-care and practice setting healthy boundaries. Moreover, when coping strategies don’t work and everyone is suffering, we need to know that help is available.
Challenges facing families over the holidays, particularly in light of pandemic-related safety precautions and restrictions
Tips for practicing self-care while supporting loved ones struggling with mental health and addiction
How, where, and when to refer someone for help
DETAILS:When: Thursday December 17th 2020
Time: Noon – 1pm EST (9 – 10am PST)
Speakers: Jason Logan, Debbie Broessler, Colette Currin
This webinar provides 1.0 CEU credits recognized by the CACCF (Canadian Addiction Counsellors Certification Federation).
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https://ehncanada.zoom.us/webinar/register/8216068541706/WN_8hAHE0NTRXudjEjTj0baqQIf you have any questions about EHN Canada’s programs or services in the meantime, feel free to reach out to our referral relations team at email@example.com.