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People with lupus have a 50% chance of developing some form of psychological distress either from the disease itself or the effects of treatment and living with a chronic illness. Licensed clinical psychologist, Sarah S. Goozeé, Ph.D., will talk about the types of mood disorders people with lupus face and how they can be treated. She will speak about how to cultivate resilience through self-care techniques.


 Attendees will learn about:

  •      Mood disorders and SLE
  •      The connection between pain, depression, and anxiety
  •      The treatment of mood disorders
  •      How psychotherapy can help in coping with pain
  •      Medications that may be used to treat mood disorders
  •      Self-care techniques to alleviate mood disorders and foster resilience


Who Should Attend:

  •      People with lupus
  •      Family and friends of people with lupus
  •      Health care providers and other professionals who treat people with lupus


Disclaimer:

 

This webinar is for educational and informational purposes. The Foundation does not recommend or endorse any particular treatment or therapy. The information provided here should not be used for the purposes of diagnosing or treating a medical illness. It is not intended to be a substitute for professional care. Lupus is a very individualized illness; consult with a healthcare professional, in-person, before making any decisions about your care. If you have or suspect you may have a health problem, you should consult your health care provider. The S.L.E. Lupus Foundation does not provide any medical services to its patients and users. For an accurate medical evaluation, participants should seek one from a qualified healthcare professional. S.L.E. Lupus Foundation employees, consultants, and agents shall not be liable for any claims or damages, and expressly disclaim all liability of any nature for any action or non-action taken as a result of the information generated by the S.L.E. Lupus Foundation programs.

 

Formats Available: Live Webcast + Streaming
Original Webinar Date: May 28, 2015
On-Demand Release Date: May 29, 2015
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Summary Paragraph:

People with lupus are at higher risk for heart disease, osteoporosis, and certain infections. There is no way to prevent the development of lupus; with medical care most patients can lead a full and healthy life. Dr. Fradlis will provide strategies that can be used to prevent or delay onset of complications that may arise from the flare of SLE.

 

Attendee Takeaways:

·      How to prevent lupus flares by protecting the skin

·      What is Raynaud’s Phenomenon and ways to prevent it

·      How to decrease heart disease

·      What vaccines are safe and recommended for people with lupus

·      How to improve bone health

·      What are the cancer risks in lupus and the current cancer screening recommendations

 

Who Should Attend:

·      People with lupus

·      Family and friends of people with lupus

·      Health care providers and other professionals who treat people with lupus

 

Disclaimer:

This webinar is for educational and informational purposes. The Foundation does not recommend or endorse any particular treatment or therapy. The information provided here should not be used for the purposes of diagnosing or treating a medical illness. It is not intended to be a substitute for professional care. Lupus is a very individualized illness; consult with a healthcare professional, in-person, before making any decisions about your care. If you have or suspect you may have a health problem, you should consult your health care provider. The S.L.E. Lupus Foundation does not provide any medical services to its patients and users. For an accurate medical evaluation, participants should seek one from a qualified healthcare professional. S.L.E. Lupus Foundation employees, consultants, and agents shall not be liable for any claims or damages, and expressly disclaim all liability of any nature for any action or non-action taken as a result of the information generated by the S.L.E. Lupus Foundation programs.

Formats Available: Live Webcast + Streaming
Original Webinar Date: May 29, 2015
On-Demand Release Date: June 01, 2015
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Lupus patients are instructed to follow a healthy diet full of fresh fruits and vegetables.  But what does this mean and is it possible a healthy diet can do more to give relief and control over lupus? Although there is not an established lupus diet, preliminary studies in animals and humans have shown that good nutrition may be useful for promoting remission and reducing the severity of flare-ups.

 

Attendee Takeaways:

·      Foods to include more often and foods to limit/avoid and why

·      Benefits of a diet rich in fruits, vegetables, healthy fats, herbs and spices to help reduce inflammation

·      Healthy, tasty and simple recipes to help increase vegetable consumption, healthy fats and use of spices and herbs

 

Who Should Attend:

·      People with lupus

·      Family and friends of people with lupus

·      Health care providers and other professionals who treat people with lupus

 

Disclaimer:

This webinar is for educational and informational purposes. The Foundation does not recommend or endorse any particular treatment or therapy. The information provided here should not be used for the purposes of diagnosing or treating a medical illness. It is not intended to be a substitute for professional care. Lupus is a very individualized illness; consult with a healthcare professional, in-person, before making any decisions about your care. If you have or suspect you may have a health problem, you should consult your health care provider. The S.L.E. Lupus Foundation does not provide any medical services to its patients and users. For an accurate medical evaluation, participants should seek one from a qualified healthcare professional. S.L.E. Lupus Foundation employees, consultants, and agents shall not be liable for any claims or damages, and expressly disclaim all liability of any nature for any action or non-action taken as a result of the information generated by the S.L.E. Lupus Foundation programs. 
Formats Available: Webinar
Original Webinar Date: June 08, 2015
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