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ICYMI - "Ask a Therapist" Webinar: Chronic Conditions

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Every month, we host an "Ask a Therapist" webinar on a pressing mental health topic. In June, our focus was on managing the mental health impacts of chronic conditions. 

For millions of people worldwide, chronic conditions are part of day-to-day life. Chronic conditions involve symptoms don’t go away or lessen over time. Even though symptoms can sometimes be managed or minimized, the condition can never be completely cured.

If you missed the webinar with tools and tips on how to manage the mental health impacts of chronic conditions, watch the on-demand version to learn more about this important topic:

You can ask our experts about whatever's on your mind around our monthly topic. In July 2022, our theme will focus on social anxiety. If you have any questions you'd like answered by our therapists, e-mail community@mindbeacon.com.

"Start by accepting the increased uncertainty..."

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