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Ask a Therapist Webinar: Sleep and Insomnia

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This month on our “Ask a Therapist” webinar series, we will be talking about sleep and insomnia.

Date: Wednesday, June 16th
Time: 12:00 - 12:30 PM ET

For close to 40% of Canadians, sleep-related problems such as insomnia are a regular occurrence. It doesn’t have to be though, there are things you can do to ensure you have good sleep habits and calm your mind to get proper sleep. Join our sleep experts to find out how you can get the sleep you need to be at your best.

Register for a 30-minute live virtual event as our MindBeacon mental health professionals answer your questions on:

  1. Why you might experience insomnia
  2. What you need to do to maintain healthy sleep habits
  3. Helpful tools to manage a racing mind

Register here: https://info.mindbeacon.com/june-webinar.

As part of our new 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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