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ICYMI - "Ask a Therapist" Webinar Event: Anxiety

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Every month, we host an "Ask a Therapist" webinar on a pressing mental health topic. In November, our focus was on anxiety, and in particular - performance anxiety.  

Anxiety is the manifestation of fear and understanding where the fear comes from can help you cope with and manage the feeling. Even getting nervous during presentations at work can be labeled as anxiety and there are ways to help alleviate the nervousness. Our webinar this month shared expert advice around identifying the underlying causes of anxiety, understanding performance anxiety and how to handle it as well as how to build healthy self-esteem to manage the feeling. 

If you missed the webinar, watch the on-demand version to learn more:

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

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