Each year, millions of people in the U.S. experience seasonal affective disorder (SAD), also called seasonal depression or the “winter blues.”

The disorder is characterized by short periods of sadness or people not feeling like their usual selves, according to the National Institute of Mental Health. People may start to feel “down” when the days get shorter in the fall and winter but then feel better in the spring.

The holiday season can be stressful and in this two-part interactive webinar, we will discuss what seasonal depression is, ways self-care can help alleviate symptoms, along with statistics on mental health. There will be ample time for discussion and questions in a safe space – we look forward to seeing you before and after the holidays!

12/20/2022 and 1/4/2023
12 PM ET

Email shiggins@s-5.com for the link to both sessions.