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Hydroxychloroquine Fact vs. Fiction
Coping with Lupus
Lupus affects each of us—patients and loved ones alike—and too often we struggle daily with this illness. Join Dr. Phillips for Coping with Lupus—a conversation about living better with this devastating disease. Hear techniques explained and learn new ideas and strategies, which can be tailored to meet your individual needs. Presented bny Dr. Robert H. Phillips
Lupus and Depression
Life with lupus can be challenging. With symptoms that come and go, disease flares and remissions, and the uncertainty of what each day may bring, it’s normal to experience feelings of fear, frustration, anger, or sadness. However, there is a difference between temporary negative feelings and negative feelings that become overwhelming and long-lasting, which may signal a serious but treatable illness. Join us to learn more about depression and lupus, when to seek professional help, and how to recognize and properly treat symptoms. Presented by Brian Poole, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Brigham Young University
Tools for Living Well with Lupus
Wellness can be defined as an “active process of becoming aware of and making choices toward a healthy and fulfilling life.” Learn tips and how to live well with lupus through self-management skills including communication, stress reduction, physical activity, a healthy diet, and personal responsibility. Presented by Bené E. Williams, LMSW
Lupus Research Update
We know more about lupus research today than we did 10 years ago. Join us for this Ask the Experts Session and hear about the latest in lupus research. Presented by Samuel Pegram, M.D., Rheumatologist, The Rheumatic Disease Clinic of Houston
Living Well with Lupus
This teleconference with Donald Thomas, M.D., FACP, FACR, CCD, author of “The Lupus Encyclopedia: A Comprehensive Guide for Patients and Families” discussed how to live well with lupus through coping techniques, educating yourself and his “lupus secrets”.
Coping with Lupus
When you are first diagnosed with lupus, you will hear about treatment options and the importance of preventing flares—but you may not hear that lupus can have an emotional effect on you as well. You may feel overwhelmed, frustrated, sad, and anxious, but the good news is there are ways to help you cope with those feelings. Join us for this teleconference with Robert H. Phillips, Ph.D., founder and director of the Center for Coping, author of the Coping with Lupus and Lupus Q&A books and a licensed psychologist as he addresses important questions one might have and offers practical coping strategies to help those with lupus live their lives to the fullest.
Lupus and Mental Health
Life with lupus can be challenging. With symptoms that come and go, disease flares and remissions, and the uncertainty of what each day will bring, it’s normal to experience feelings of unhappiness, frustration, anger, or sadness. However, there is a difference between temporary negative feelings and negative feelings that become overwhelming and long-lasting, which may signal a serious but treatable illness. Join us to learn how to determine the difference and recognize and properly treat symptoms. Presented by Stacie Camp Bennett, MA, LPC, LCAS