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Events/Trainings

The following events are free webinars offered through MindSpring Mental Health Alliance. 

Emotional Attachment in Relationships

May 16 | 12-1:00p CST

Understanding your attachment style can help you not only understand yourself better, it will help you navigate relationships with the people you care about. Examine the different attachment styles and how they specifically impact our adult relationships. Learn how to heal from early, unhealthy emotional attachments in this one-hour seminar with a licensed therapist. Click the link above to register.

Understanding Schizophrenia

May 17 | 12-1:00p CST

Schizophrenia is a lifelong mental illness that changes how you think, feel, and act. A combination of hallucinations, delusions, disordered thinking and behavior can be debilitating. An accessible guide to understanding causation, symptoms, co-occurring disorders, and treatment options. Learn practical tips for managing symptoms and supporting loved ones with a licensed therapist. Click the link above to register.

Understanding Dissociative Identity Disorder

May 18 | 12-1:00p CST

Dissociative identity disorder, once called multiple personality disorder, is characterized by a person’s identity dividing into two or more personalities. Discuss the reasons why DID can be difficult to recognize and explore what causes DID and how it’s treated in this one-hour seminar with a licensed therapist. Click the link above to register.

The Science Behind Mental Health

May 19 | 12-1:00p CST

Diagnosing mental illness isn’t like diagnosing other chronic diseases. Are mental health disorders best understood as physical illnesses that affect the brain? Or do these disorders belong in a category all their own? An accessible guide to understanding causation, prevalence, treatment and prevention of mental illness. Separate myths and facts on this often-misunderstood topic. Click the link above to register.

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