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Free Webinars for Mental Health Awareness Month

In honor of Mental Health Awareness Month, we are offering free access to the following Webinars.

Relationships

Why Do Couples Fall in and Out of Love?

“Falling in love is natural… sustaining love is unnatural.

Is My Self-Hatred Getting in the Way of Love?

How your negative self-image puts you at odds with your lover.

Do You or Your Partner Have an Anxious Attachment?

Relationships are very much about give and take.

Parenting

What Kids Really Need from Their Parents

Being a parent comes with a lot of pressure to do right by our kids.

5 Ways Working on Ourselves Can Benefit Our Kids

 "Don't worry that children never listen to you; worry that they are always watching you.

Three Principles to Raise Free and Happy Kids

As parents, it’s safe to say that our number one goal is to make our children feel safe and loved.

How to Raise Emotionally Healthy Children

Presenter: Lisa Firestone, Ph.D.

    In this Webinar:  As parents, we pay attention to our children’s physical wellness, never missing a symptom or a check-up. However, how attuned are we to the emotional health of our children? How well do our children deal with stress? How well do we address their tantrums or the turbulence they undergo in…
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Webinars

Upcoming

Overcoming Breakups and Rejection

June 11, 2019
  In this Webinar: By truly understanding the emotions triggered by a breakup or rejection, people can free themselves of…Learn More

11 Ways to Ease Your Anxious Mind

August 28, 2019
    In this Webinar: It’s time to stop letting anxiety rule you. In this program, Elisha Goldstein invites you…Learn More

On Demand

Changing Sense of Identity

    In this Webinar:  Our perception of who we are starts to form very early in our lives. This…Learn More

A Way Out of Loneliness

    In this Webinar: Learn about the psychological roots of loneliness. Overcome the critical inner voice that perpetuates feelings…Learn More

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