The Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation is hosting a three-part webinar series on self-care, managing anxiety, and mental health in December and January.
These webinars are produced as part of the Paralysis Resource Center’s community education initiative. The webinars are for those caring for a loved one or individuals living with paralysis.

Webinar 1 – The Art of Managing Anxiety and Worry: Behavioral Strategies will take place Tuesday, December 3, at 2 PM ET

Webinar 2 – Mental Health and Self-Care for Caregivers: Beyond Finding the Time will take place Thursday, December 12, at 2 PM ET

Webinar 3 – Using Mindfulness to Support Life After Paralysis: Strategies to Increase Mindfulness will take place Wednesday, January 8, at 2 PM ET.

“Taking time to find a self-care routine to help manage anxiety and stress and being mindful of your surroundings is an important step for quality of life and overall well-being,” says Angela Cantillon, Director of Operations, Paralysis Resource Center, in a media release from the Reeve Foundation.

“We think these webinars will help individuals find ways to reduce worrisome thoughts, find new techniques to navigate daily life, and encourage healthy habits.”

All three sessions will be hosted by Terry Gupta, MSW, C-IAYT, E-RYT500, YACEP, who, along with her partner Jay Gupta, RPh, MSc, MTM Specialist, C-IAYT, are co-Founders of and

Visit the Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation for more information.

[Source(s): Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation, PR Newswire]