Webinar: Adverse effects: Anxiety, addiction, and pandemic life: A special-focus COVID-19 webinar
For many individuals with anxiety and/or substance use disorders, mental health struggles have become even more challenging during the pandemic. Social isolation, financial worries, relationship strain, employment uncertainty and barriers to care can increase psychological distress. How are your clients managing? Join Sanjaya Saxena, MD, of Rogers Behavioral Health, and Christopher Yadron, PhD, of the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation, to examine emerging data on the adverse effects of pandemic life on mental health. Saxena and Yadron will also discuss warning signs of relapse and factors that may indicate an individual needs a higher level of care.
- Identify the psychological effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on anxiety and substance use disorders
- Review data showing the adverse effects of pandemic-related stress on mental health
- Recognize the warning signs of relapse