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Faith Talks: Emotion and Anxiety

Faith Talks: Emotion and Anxiety

Update: 2020-06-11
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Affecting an estimated 40 million adults, anxiety is the most common mental health disorder in the United States. While anxiety is highly treatable, only 39.6 percent of people who suffer from the disorder seek treatment. Even before the COVID-19 pandemic, millions of people were struggling with anxiety, and we can only imagine how those people, and others, are faring.

On this episode of Faith Talks we will not only discuss the disorder and hear from experts who’ll have resources to help. With the COVID-19 putting so many of us on edge, this session will be a help to anyone suffering from anxiety or seeking to help family members, friends of lay leaders who are suffering from the disorder. We talk with Hannah Kardon, whose Illinois congregation authored the United Methodist Women study on anxiety, psychologist Dr. Trudy Corry Rankin, who authored a United Methodist Women resource on anxiety and mental health in children and youth, and Kris Dam, who leads Shessler Hall, a National Mission Institute that serves women experiencing mental health and substance abuse challenges.
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Faith Talks: Emotion and Anxiety

Faith Talks: Emotion and Anxiety

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