Coping with Stress and Depression: Strategies for Families
How’s your family managing these days? Families experience a number of stressors every day. Stress occurring from finances, managing schedules, and meal planning may be predictable, but that doesn’t make it any easier. You may be feeling at a loss for how to cope. Add on special circumstances—like your loved one actively serving in the military or being a veteran who is having trouble adjusting to civilian life—and the level of stress may feel unbearable. How can you help yourself and your loved ones to manage stress and be mentally healthy together? During our family-focused 1-hour Coping with Stress and Depression webinar, you will learn how to manage stress and identify depression in yourself and others. This webinar features Dr. Liza Zwiebach of the Emory Healthcare Veterans Program and Emory University School of Medicine, who shares insights from her work with families, including supporting veterans, and offers a variety of resources and coping strategies for all families.
Liza Zwieback, PhD
Liza Zwiebach, PhD, is Associate Clinical Director of Emory Healthcare Veterans Program and an Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Emory University School of Medicine. Her primary clinical interests are trauma and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), military cultural competence, and dissemination of evidence-based treatment to community providers. Dr. Zwiebach is a practicing psychologist and works predominantly with returning veterans, specifically for treatment of PTSD. She is also a trainer with the Star Behavioral Health Provider program, which provides instruction to community clinicians for working with military service members, veterans, and their families. Dr. Zwiebach earned her Ph.D. at the University of Massachusetts Boston, where she first discovered her passion for working with veterans, and completed her internship at Bellevue Hospital Center/NYU.
Susan Weinstein, JD
Susan Weinstein, J.D., serves as Co-Executive Director of Families for Depression Awareness and Editor in Chief of Care for Your Mind, a mental health advocacy blog. She has been with the FFDA since 2012.