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ICYMI - "Ask a Therapist" Webinar Event: Managing Alcohol Use

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Every month, we host an "Ask a Therapist" event on a pressing mental health topic. In December, our focus was on managing alcohol use, a timely topic for the holidays. 

Turning to alcohol and other substances can be a means to cope with difficult feelings but healthier habits can be built to relieve these tendencies. It can be difficult to say no in social situations as well but this month, we covered building better awareness and offered new tools to manage mental health challenges. Many tuned in to understand addiction and the patterns around it, to learn about developing healthy coping mechanisms and how to unlearn habits along with harmful patterns. 

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

Stay tuned for more as we welcome a new series of webinars in 2023! 


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