Our free webinars are educational, action-oriented trainings that prepare people with depression or bipolar disorder, their family caregivers, and the general public to recognize, communicate about, and intervene to effectively address mood disorders.

Coping with Stress and Depression Training

For Family Caregivers, Human Resource Managers, Employee Assistance Program Professionals, and Adults Concerned about Themselves or Others

Tuesday, June 13, 2017 at 7:00 PM ET / 4:00 pm PT

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Participants learn how to manage stress and identify depression in themselves and others during this 1-hour training. The webinar features Dr. Mary McNaughton-Cassill, a professor of Psychology at the University of Texas at San Antonio. She does research on stress management, has published in a variety of academic journals, and written a book entitled Mind The Gap; Coping With Stress in the Modern World.

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Our Coping with Stress and Depression program is supported by

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The American Health Care Act: What’s at Stake for Our Mental Health?

For Family Caregivers and Adults Concerned about Themselves or Others

Tuesday, June 27, 2017 at 3:00 PM ET / 12:00 PM PT

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Repealing the Affordable Care Act (ACA), signed into law by former president Barack Obama, is a top agenda item for the Republican-controlled Congress. The ACA was instrumental in expanding coverage for mental health care with the establishment of essential health benefits and the expansion of Medicaid. These benefits are likely to end, however, if the new American Health Care Act (AHCA) passed by the U.S. House of Representatives, becomes law. Champions of the AHCA argue that it will lower premiums for all Americans and provide better access to care. As the Senate debates the future of the AHCA, Families for Depression Awareness and the National Council for Behavioral Health want you to be informed of what these changes might mean for the people you care about. Tune in to our upcoming webinar to learn how repeal and replace could affect you and your family.

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What parents need to know about teen depression – and the new danger of social media live streaming

For Parents, Teachers, School Counselors and Staff, Youth Workers, and anyone interested in Teen Mental Health

Aired May 3, 2017

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Facebook Live and other live-streaming social media give teens the opportunity to broadcast their suicide attempts. How can parents help teens with depression and how can they address this latest threat? Learn how to identify depression in teens and intervene with effective communication techniques, while also addressing special areas of concern: self-injury, bullying, suicide, and live-streaming social media. The webinar features Jessica Feinberg, LICSW, and Dana Sarvey, MD, experts in teen depression from McLean Hospital in Belmont, MA.

Can’t make the live webinar? Register to get the link to watch on demand at your convenience. Please include your questions on your registration and we’ll ask the experts as many as we can.

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Our Teen Depression Program is supported by
George Harrington Trust 
Middlesex Savings Charitable Foundation
Bold Minds Foundation
Rebecca Pomroy Foundation 
Thomas Anthony Pappas Charitable Foundation 
Adelaide Breed Bayrd Foundation 
Bennett Family Foundation
TJX Foundation
John Donnelly Trust
IAM Strong Foundation
Hart Foundation
Samerian Foundation

Bipolar Disorder Training

For Adults with Bipolar Disorder, Their Family Caregivers, and the General Public

Aired on October 22, 2015

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Participants learn how to recognize bipolar disorder, seek treatment for themselves or others, and effectively manage bipolar disorder, once diagnosed.


When Depression Isn’t Getting Better, What Can We Do? Strategies for Addressing Treatment-Resistant Depression

For People Living with Depression, Family Caregivers, Primary Care Providers, and the General Public

Participants learn what to do if, despite treatment, they or their family members are still struggling with depression.

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