Coping with Stress and Depression Training

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Dr. Jesse Crosby

For Adults, Family Caregivers, Human Resources Managers, and Employee Assistance Program Professionals

FREE Coping with Stress and Depression Webinar
Wednesday, May 14, 2014
7:00pm ET / 4:00pm PT

REGISTER NOW

Everyone experiences stress, but what are the best ways to reduce it? How do you know when your stress is more than normal?

Join us for the free Coping with Stress and Depression webinar, featuring Jesse Crosby, Ph.D., on May 14.

 

In the webinar, Dr. Crosby covers

  • What is stress
  • What are ways to reduce stress (e.g., lifestyle changes, reframing negative thinking, positive inventory, and more)
  • What is mindfulness-based stress reduction
  • How to differentiate stress from more serious conditions, particularly anxiety and depression
  • What to do if you or someone you know is suffering from depression
  • What resources are available to you and your family

Watch the webinar live and you can submit questions to Dr. Crosby and Julie Totten, President and Founder of Families for Depression Awareness.

Can't attend the live webinar? No problem! Register and watch the recorded webinar at your convenience.

Jesse M. Crosby, Ph.D., is a psychologist at the OCD Institute at McLean Hospital and in the Department of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School. He has specialized clinical and research experience with behavioral addictions, OCD and OCD spectrum disorders, perfectionism, and anxiety disorders. His program of research is focused on identifying important processes and techniques for effective treatment with an emphasis on Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and Cognitive and Behavioral Therapy (CBT). In addition to his research, Dr. Crosby maintains a private practice and conducts trainings in stress management, increasing productivity, reducing procrastination, dealing with test anxiety, and combating perfectionism.

Register today! After the webinar, fill out our online survey and receive a free Coping with Stress brochure!