Identifying Common Emotional Concerns

Reviewed Oct 23, 2017

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Summary

This training will help you identify supportive health care resources designed to help with emotional concerns.

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Source: "Are You Having Emotional Problems?," Beacon Health Options; Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance; "How Do I Know If I Have Delusional Disorder?," Achieve Solutions; "How Do I Know If I Have Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder?," Achieve Solutions; "How Do I Know If I Have Panic Disorder?," Achieve Solutions; Mental Health America; National Alliance on Mental Illness; National Institutes of Mental Health

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