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ICYMI - Mental Health Week Webinar: An 8-step Pandemic Mental Health Recovery Plan

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WEBINAR RECORDING: Your Journey to Recovery

An 8-step Pandemic Mental Health Recovery Plan

The last year has been a roller coaster of emotions, and now as the end seems almost in reach, we are hitting the bumpiest part of the ride. Recovering from the pandemic is going to be a process that will be a bit different for each of us.  

Some of us have dealt with trauma and grief, almost all of us have felt some level of isolation. The majority of us have experienced higher levels of stress and anxiety than ever before, and many have found themselves lonely, sad, stressed and anxiousOver the next few months, we’ll start to feel new emotions as vaccines roll out and things start to improve. But to recover from the pandemic’s impacts on our mental health will take time.  

Just like any physical injury, it will take time for our minds to heal from the impact that the pandemic has had on our mental health. We’re not out of the woods yet but we see signs that recovery is around the corner. That’s why we’ve created a 8-step Pandemic Mental Health Recovery Plan. It pulls together professionally-created resources from across all our Therapist Guided Program's into a new, free online site available to all Canadians to help get their mental health back on track.

If you missed our webinar, you can watch the recording below to find out about: 

  • The journey through mental health recovery and the steps you need to take to get there  
  • How to understand mental reframing to reduce negative emotions  
  • MindBeacon’s programs that support you along the way  
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"Start by accepting the increased uncertainty..."

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