Monday, 22 July 2013
Families for Depression Awareness recently presented the Coping with Stress and Depression Workshop to employees at the Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission. State funding enables us to conduct free on-site Coping with Stress and Depression trainings to businesses, nonprofits, and agencies across the Commonwealth.
Dr. Charlene Gooch engaged the group in an interactive session, revealing a number of ways to manage stress and discussing how to identify and take action when dealing with anxiety or depression in yourself or a friend or loved one.
With funding from the Massachusetts Department of Public Health Suicide Prevention Program, Families for Depression Awareness conducts free on-site Coping with Stress and Depression trainings at businesses across the Commonwealth. We also offer a “Train-the-Trainer” program to teach others how to successfully facilitate Coping with Stress workshops in their own workplaces and communities. In the past year alone, we have held workshops at a wide variety of organizations, including
You can view our free, one-hour recorded Coping with Stress and Depression webinar at your convenience.