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ICYMI - Ask a Therapist Webinar: Stress and burnout

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In September, for our “Ask a Therapist” series, we covered stress and burnout.

How do you manage work, family responsibilities, social involvements and taking care of yourself? What’s the difference between stress and burnout? And...how do you deal with both? In this talk, we discussed ways to identify stress, burnout and mental challenges as well as how to manage competing responsibilities to reduce stress.

If you missed it, you can watch the webinar recording on-demand below to hear our expert's answers around: 

  1. Understanding the difference between stress, burnout and mental health conditions
  2. How to balance competing responsibilities
  3. How to ensure you’re taking care of yourself and putting yourself first guilt-free


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

"Start by accepting the increased uncertainty..."

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