Balancing Emotional Wellness

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From time to time, we all need a little support to maintain emotional wellness. After months of sheltering in place, we must find balance in managing health and emotional wellness as we begin anew.

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Balancing Emotional Wellness

Please join us for Webinar- Balancing Emotional Wellness, as we are joined by Michael Sager, Patient Affairs Liaison with Pfizer’s Community Connections Programs for Rare Disease. The presentation will be a peer-to-peer interactive presentation that you will not want to miss!

What you will learn:

  • Open a dialogue about mental health and discuss its impact on your life
  • Outline some of the signs and symptoms of depression as well as anxiety to encourage discussion with your treatment team
  • Empower yourself and caregivers to engage in meaningful conversations about mental health concerns
WE Learn is a Turner Syndrome Foundation educational program.

We hope you will join us for this timely presentation.

From time-to-time, we all need help to balance emotional wellness, and for many people today, balancing emotional wellness may seem to be incredibly difficult. With health concerns, employment as well as financial woes and the uncertainty of the future, each one of us grapples with re-entering the workplace and resuming life as usual. In this webinar, we will discuss the pandemic’s emotional toll, the need to seek comfort and maybe a new way of approaching some of the associated mental health issues.

We would like to thank the event sponsor, Pfizer, for supporting this outreach on a topic that is especially helpful at this moment in time. This peer-to-peer discussion will be facilitated by Pfizer’s Michael Sager. Please note that no medical advice will be provided.

About Michael Sager: Mike earned a Bachelor of Arts from Xavier University and a Master of Arts in Spanish Literature from the University of Cincinnati. After a 12-year career in teaching Spanish, exporting, international sales, and customer service, Mike joined the Pfizer sales force in 2002. He’s passionate about improving health and well-being through exercise, diet, compliance with prescribed therapies, and education. He looks forward to sharing this passion as he supports patients as a Pfizer Patient Affairs Liaison.

What you will need: You will need a computer with internet service and/or telephone to participate in this learning activity. The activity instructions will be emailed to registrants on a first come first serve basis. Limited space is available. Please reserve your seats early!

Everyone is encouraged to attend.
Advanced registration is required.

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