We invite you to attend presentations hosted by the Learn to Live Clinical Team. These webinars provide useful tips and strategies to improve your mental wellbeing at no additional cost to you.

Register below for an upcoming live webinar based on your preferred topic and date, or watch one of our recorded webinars now. Live webinars are hosted on Zoom and all registrants will receive a link to the recording after the webinar ends.

Upcoming Live Webinars:

Raising Future Ready Kids: Resilience & Grit

Kids face challenges ranging from peer pressure to criticism and that's not going to change anytime soon. Future ready kids will need both resilience—the ability to bounce back from hard things—and grit—the ability to stick with difficult tasks. Learn to Live's clinical team shares proven strategies to help you support your kids in bouncing back from life's challenges for now and the future.

Why Do I Care So Much About What They Think?

Increased heart rate, sweaty palms, self-conscious thoughts, feeling isolated and lonely?? Do you worry about other's judgement of you too much? You aren’t alone. Break through your social anxiety and fear of other's judgement by learning evidence-based strategies to help you live more fully!

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Why Do I Care So Much About What Others Think

Increased heart rate, sweaty palms, self-conscious thoughts, feeling isolated and lonely?? Do you worry about other's judgement of you too much? You aren’t alone. Break through your social anxiety and fear of other's judgement by learning evidence-based strategies to help you live more fully!?

Caring Without Crumbling: Tools to Prevent Burnout

Feeling like you're constantly running on empty, juggling caregiving responsibilities while neglecting your own well-being? It can feel like it's impossible to balance it all. Our team will discuss strategies to help you prevent caregiver burnout by learning how to challenge and reframe those persistent, draining thoughts that keep you trapped in the burnout cycle, navigate complex emotions that come with caregiving, and share practical tools to regain a sense of balance.

Brain Over Pain: CBT Tips for Chronic Pain

Does chronic pain make it difficult for you to enjoy life and carry out important tasks? This webinar introduces a cognitive-behavioral approach to living with chronic pain for better well-being. Participants will learn a science-based perspective on chronic pain. The Learn to Live clinical team will present strategies from cognitive-behavioral therapy that have helped many people dealing with this difficult life challenge.

Staying Refreshed and Preventing Burnout

Do you ever feel like you are struggling to thrive? Recent studies show that 40% of us are feeling burnt out, but there is hope. Join us to learn the powerful impact of discovering and living by your values and receive practical insights about how to get past barriers that can leave us feeling unfulfilled and drained.

Retrain Your Brain: The Case for Gratitude

Research shows that strengthening the gratitude muscle can lower stress and improve mood. Building this muscle actually feels good! The L2L Clinical Team will explore ways to strengthen your gratitude muscle and retrain your brain with practical ideas.

Winter Blues

For many of us, the winter months can feel awfully long with colder temperatures and far less sunshine. Motivation and mood can drop, either subtly or so significantly that even usual day-to-day activities feel impossible. But, in this 15-minute webinar, we will share the good news: that there are research-supported steps we can take to live fully, even through wintertime challenges.

Grief: Coping with the Loss of a Loved One

Losing a loved one is devastating and can profoundly affect every aspect of our life. This 15-minute webinar offers guidance through the journey of grief, focusing on the four essential tasks & strategies to honor our loved ones' memories while finding a path towards healing and a sense of normalcy.

Thriving Through Transition: Simple Menopause Strategies

For many women, menopause is considered a loss... a time of uncertainty and change. Bodily sensations such as hot flashes and mood swings can be overwhelming and embarrassing. And for some women, there is a sense of sadness as their reproductive capacities come to an end. In this 15-minute webinar, we will share research-supported steps to thrive through this transition in life.

Suicide Prevention

This presentation brings awareness to the important topic of suicide prevention. Our clinical team covers: how to talk about suicide, discusses common myths, shares risk factors and protective factors and shares some tips for how to have this difficult conversation.

Resisting the Pressure to be Perfect

What does high pressure do to us? We’ll explain perfectionism, ways to think differently about high standards, and how to face fears of imperfection.

Preserving Peace Throughout the School Year

We know that there will be challenges this school year, but they don’t have to lead to discouragement or burnout. In this webinar, specifically created for educators, we share powerful strategies, backed by science that can set you up for success and preserve your peace when challenges arise.

Finding Hope and Healing in the Face of Trauma

Hard things happen in life and sometimes, when we get knocked down, it’s harder to get back on our feet than we would like. We’ll explain the commonly-used terms ‘trauma’ and ‘PTSD’ and how they impact our lives. The Preparation and Growth Model will be introduced, and we’ll share important steps for healing in the face of trauma and strategies to build resilience should challenges come your way.

My little Bundle of What-ifs: Calming Strategies for Postpartum Anxiety

Many capable and loving new moms find themselves haunted by fears, worrying - what if my baby gets sick? What if I'm doing a bad job? Postpartum anxiety is a thing. In the time it takes to just get started with a worry, the Learn to Live clinical team shares some of the most impactful strategies for finding calm during this time.

Beyond the Baby Blues: Help and Hope for Postpartum Depression

Far too often new moms find that the time of a new baby is anything but the joyous experience they had dreamt of, but don't give up, there is hope. Research has identified powerful strategies to get past the baby blues & postpartum depression. Knowing that motherhood is a busy time, this brief webinar offers strategies for mom's struggling with postpartum depression or the baby blues to help make this stage of life more joyous.

For Educators: Making the most of challenging times

As educators, you focus on the well-being of your students, yet it can be easy to forget to take care of your own well-being. Join Dr. Russ and the clinical team as they offer some tools and strategies for identifying negative thought patterns and improving time management in order to boost your emotional well-being.

Resuming life after a global disruption

For many of us, returning to work is a welcomed idea after months of sweatpants, online meetings and piece-meal hours. But returning to work has its own stressors. In this webinar, Dr. Russ and the clinical team provide some ideas for how to deal with the stress of returning to work, including how to be assertive regarding your boundaries.

Defeating loneliness for a healthier life

Research shows that connectedness is a key factor for health, but our connections with others are slipping and many of us feel lonelier than ever. Wouldn't NOW be a great time to increase your immunity, improve your mood and extend your life? Dr. Russ and the clinical team help you explore your own factors for connectedness, to identify practical ways to become more connected, and discuss ways to remove the barriers that keep you isolated… starting today.

How to build emotional strength and resilience during a crisis

Dr. Russ and the Coaching team share strategies to cope with the stress and worry of the challenging times of COVID-19. Building resilience means being more calm, able to respond and make decisions in times of stress with a more clear mind and other benefits.

Reduce Stress with "Scheduled Worry Time"

Dr. Russ explains a tool which can help change your relationship with worrying. Many of us worry frequently during the day, and the COVID-19 situation has intensified our worries. You’ll learn about a research-based tool which suggests you worry only at specific times during the day. This technique enables worrying to be less disruptive to your day, help reduce your stress level and provide a greater sense of control.

Tools for help with negative thoughts in tough days

Dr. Russ and his coaching team will teach you about ANTs (Automatic Negative Thoughts) which are common for us to experience and they can trick us into worrying more than we need to. ANTs have the potential to create unnecessary stress and unhappiness. You’ll learn how to apply a research-based exercise that can help stop ANTs from taking hold.

Managing Stress and Worry in Uncertain Times

Dr. Russ and his coaching team walk through several concepts and exercises specifically selected to help you manage the increased emotional challenges many of us are facing during COVID-19. You’ll learn how to recognize different signs of stress and take immediate action to reduce negative emotions, restoring a feeling of calmness and improved wellbeing.

Employer Training Webinar

Coach Jess and the Client Success Team will introduce the Learn to Live benefit, show how to access the service, and share insights on how you can make referrals to employees, co-workers, and loved ones. We can all learn new ways to help more individuals who may be struggling with stress, anxiety and other mental health concerns.. Learn to Live is here to help you do so!

Habits: Building the good, breaking the bad

We live much of our lives without even thinking. Exciting new findings show that we can build new healthy habits and break old ones with less effort to improve our lives. Join Dr. Russ and Coach Jess to learn how to take your next big step toward a better life.

Assertiveness and Boundaries

Dr. Russ and the Clinical team explain the four communication styles, how to become more assertive, defining healthy boundaries and discussing ways to build effective boundaries in everyday life.

Building Resiliency

Dr. Russ and the Clinical team explain the mind-body connection, review how to improve your emotional resilience, and incorporate present awareness and mindfulness into your everyday life.

Grief: Coping with Loss

We all encounter loss in life. We lose friends, jobs, opportunities, and yes, loved ones. Grief is the process of working through our loss, which may look different for each person. Dr. Russ and Coach Jess explore the four tasks of the grief process that we all experience and how we can grieve well.

Know Your Numbers

In this webinar, Dr. Russ and the Clinical team will emphasize the importance of health assessments and define what health assessments can assist with. They will also discuss trustful assessment sources and offer actionable next steps that you can take afterwards.

Mindful Eating

Dr. Russ and the Clinical team explain how certain triggers can lead to mindless eating, what mindful eating can look like and its advantages, and some next steps to consider for success when thinking about food and eating.

Stress Management

Dr. Russ and the Clinical team explain what stress does to us, outline triggers, describe the warning signs of excess stress and discuss ways to help manage stress in everyday life.

Time Management

Dr. Russ and the Clinical team explain time management, how we get off track, alternative approaches for success and practical tools for everyday life.

Too Many Sheep to Sleep

Dr. Russ and the Clinical team explain poor sleep quality, highlight the negative impact of sleep problems, share some tools to help you sleep better and give you practical strategies you can try out tonight.

When Substance Use Becomes a Concern

Presented by Dr. Russ Morfitt & the Coaching Team Substance use problems impact 1 in 7 people in their lifetime—but only 1 in 10 will ask for help. In this webinar, Dr. Russ and the Clinical team explores our relationship with substances, and how you can take helpful action if you or a loved one is wanting to cut back.

Supporting your team's behavioral health

Leaders face challenging times in which depression, anxiety and substance use continue to impact individuals and teams at high rates. Dr. Russ and Coach Jess share clear and practical steps that leaders can take to understand the behavioral health of their employees, recognize when there might be a problem, and guide/support employees who are struggling.

Recognizing Potential Behavioral Health Challenges on our Teams

When our team members are struggling, it’s natural to make certain assumptions. Effective and supportive leaders look past their own natural biases to recognize the multiple potential causes, including hidden behavioral health issues/problems. Join Dr. Russ and Coach Jess as they use case studies to illustrate and explain how to better understand your team’s challenges