Workplace anxiety during a pandemic

Presented by Jerry Halverson, MD, FACPsych, DFAPA, and Brenda Bailey, PhD

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The COVID-19 pandemic has brought major changes to daily life. With one-third of Americans reporting an increase in stress, anxiety, or sadness, a "second pandemic" of increased relapse on alcohol or drugs, decreased interpersonal functioning, and increased suicide rates has emerged. In this webinar, participants will examine how worsened mental health has impacted the workplace, with an emphasis on clinical interventions for anxiety disorders as they relate to COVID-19 concerns in the workplace.

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