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In this webinar session delivered by Shift therapists, Mallory Hostick and Kendra Casey, you will be provided with a broad overview of what eating disorders are, as well as the signs and symptoms. There will be a focus on myth-busting common misconceptions regarding these often misunderstood disorders as well as the do's and don'ts regarding what to say, how to approach the subject, and what helpful support looks like.
Checking in with perfectionist tendencies and the prevalence of your inner critic can effectively support your ability to understand and challenge negative/harmful thought patterns. Furthermore, in this webinar Shift therapist Monica Carroccetto will discuss how challenging negative thought patterns and behaviours can lead to increased productivity, time management skills, and a healthier internal dialogue.
Driving-related anxiety affects several people and in this webinar, you will learn how Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) can help! In discussions led by Shift therapists Lea Joy Friesen and Jennifer Rocha, you will learn how CBT can be an effective method when challenging negative thinking patterns while gaining a better understanding of how CBT can help you face situations that induce anxiety and fear when driving.
Due to the nature of the world we live in, experiencing social anxiety has become a greater issue for most individuals–and you may not even recognize it. In this webinar session delivered by Shift therapists Arpita Parikh and Jora Shacter, you will explore in-depth what social anxiety is, what it looks like, and discuss the ways you can navigate and manage your social anxiety.
In this webinar, hosted by Shift therapist Martha Segovia Calles, you will learn ways to cope and manage Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) or the winter blues as we approach the more harsh and cold season. You will gain insight into the symptoms of SAD and ways to treat those symptoms in everyday life by building a winter season routine and emphasizing self-care on the inside and outside.
In the past few years, specifically during and after COVID, there has been a vast increase in adult ADHD diagnoses, as well as greater awareness of ADHD and the impact that it can have on people’s lives. However, even with all the new information and awareness available, many people can find it difficult to navigate the new reality of their lives, post-diagnosis. In this webinar delivered by Shift therapist Robert Simms, you will explore what it means to be diagnosed with ADHD as an adult. More specifically, Robert will discuss the practical and cultural impacts this diagnosis can have on how you interact with, and move through, the world.