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ICYMI - Ask a Therapist Webinar: Feeling down and depression

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In November, for our  “Ask a Therapist” webinar series, we covered feeling down and depression

Winter is around the corner and we may start to feel the dread of the upcoming winter blues. The days are getting shorter and with this, we start to lose interest and motivation, especially if you’re one who suffers from the winter blues. To help overcome this, learn more about a useful skill called Behavioural Activation – a tool that uses positive actions to change your mood and helps us feel better in the long run.

If you missed it, check out the on-demand webinar below where our mental health professionals answered questions around: 

  1. Understanding why winter leads to low moods and feeling depressed
  2. How Behavioural Activation can be used as a tool to motivate and improve your mood
  3. Other tips on how to deal with winter blues
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As part of our Ask a Therapist series, we'll be hosting a monthly webinar on a given theme where you can ask our experts about whatever's on your mind around our topic. If you have any questions you'd like answered by our therapists, share them at community@mindbeacon.com

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