Multiple Sclerosis: Exercise
Continuing education course that provides mental health professionals with the latest research on exercise and multiple sclerosis. Learn how to help your patients manage fears and exercise safely with MS.
Multiple Sclerosis: Mood, Neuropsychiatry, and Suicide Prevention
What are the symptoms of mood disorders and how do they interact with MS? We'll explore that in this course. Hear from a neuropsychiatrist and health psychologist discuss mood disorders, as well as suicide assessment and prevention strategies.
Multiple Sclerosis: Support Partners
In this course, we hear from three experts that will talk about multiple sclerosis (MS) support partners. We focus on topics such as how family roles shift over time, grief, loss, and healthy communication.
Multiple Sclerosis: Not Just a White Woman's Disease
MS was considered a disease that impacts white women. However, data suggests a higher incidence of MS in Black women. We will explore MS in racial and ethnic minorities & mental health provider's role in promoting equity and eliminating disparities.
Multiple Sclerosis: How is it Treated?
In MS, fear and uncertainty often accompany the process of choosing a disease modifying medication. This course discusses types of MS medications and psychological strategies for supporting patients in choosing and maintaining their treatment choice.
Multiple Sclerosis: What is it? How is it Diagnosed?5.0 average rating (1 review)
Have a patient newly diagnosed with multiple sclerosis (MS)? Were you referred a patient with MS and would like to learn more so you can better support their mental health? This course is for you! This is the "What is MS" course for therapists.