Wellness Webinars

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This education session aims to increase knowledge and skills for individuals and/or loved ones who are managing anxiety. The goal for this webinar is to enhance your understanding of anxiety and identify ways to manage and cope with it.


This education session aims to increase knowledge and skills for individuals and/or loved ones who are managing depression. The goal for this webinar is to enhance your understanding of depression and identify ways to manage and cope with it.


This education session aims to increase knowledge and skills for individuals and/or loved ones who are dealing with stress. The goal for this webinar is to enhance your understanding of stress, stress management, and identify ways to manage and cope with it.


This education session aims to increase knowledge and skills for parenting. The goal for this webinar is to enhance your understanding of parenting styles and learn strategies for parenting children and teens.


This education session aims to increase knowledge and skills for individuals and/or loved ones who are dealing with grief and loss. The goal for this webinar is to enhance your understanding of the natural grief and loss process and enhance your coping skills.


This education session aims to increase knowledge and skills for individuals and/or loved ones who are managing substance use issues. The goal for this webinar is to enhance your understanding of substance use and how to reduce harms associated with use.


This education session aims to increase knowledge and skills for individuals and/or loved ones who are impacted by substance use. The goal for this webinar is to enhance your understanding of substance use and its impact on self/family, as wells as your understanding of the recovery process.


Technology is often used in health care to control, detect, screen, or treat physical illnesses; it is now expanding to support mental health and wellness, in what is known as e-mental health. Newfoundland and Labrador is one of the provinces at the forefront of advancing e-mental health services. These services are important for many reasons; they are evidence based, improve access, give individuals greater choice and control, and promote early intervention and wellness. There are a wide range of technologies being used. Some of these include, telephones and mobile devices, apps, websites, video conferencing, and online self-management tools. These services are free and available now to you!


This education session includes topics such as: how to talk to your children about a pandemic, the importance of structure and routine, how much video gaming is too much, how to impress upon teens the importance of social distancing from friends, ways to keep kids occupied and other useful tips.


A worldwide pandemic is incredibly stressful, and many of us have been having difficulty adapting to the continual changes in recent weeks. In this webinar Dr. Spiegel will provide some education about why we are experiencing distress, and some practical ways to address our distress while we adjust and adapt to this scary, unusual and ever-evolving experience.


The Brain Story: The Impact of Adverse Childhood Experiences
Mary Fearon, Director of the Blue Door Program with Thrive, and Debbie Curtis, Mental Health and Addictions Consultant with the Department of Health and Community Services, are co-chairs of the Newfoundland and Labrador Brain Story Network. In this video, they discuss the Brain Story, which is the story about how our experiences shape our brain development and impact the risk for mental health issues, including substance use.


This presentation is an introduction to suicide awareness for community members who are interested in learning more about suicide and suicide prevention in their communities. Suicide prevention involves starting the conversation about suicide, knowing the warning signs and the resources available to help.


This session aims to provide education on what binge eating is and what contributes and maintains this behavior. The aim is to provide skills that will help you change and overcome binge eating behavior.