Episode 09: Epilepsy, Depression & Anxiety: What do we know?
In this episode, CAN-BIND collaborated with EpLink to create this special podcast to explore what we know about epilepsy, depression and anxiety.
Listen as Dr. Elaine Kiriakopoulos, the Director of the HOBSCOTCH Institute for Cognitive Health and Well-Being at the Dartmouth Hitchcock Epilepsy Center, discusses the current relationship between epilepsy, depression and anxiety and the type of resources and support people living with these conditions can seek.
This podcast also gives you a sneak peek into a free webinar we will be holding with EpLink and the Ontario Brain Institute that delves into why depression can happen in people living with epilepsy, what to do about it and busting some myths about treatment.
*For more info on the webinar and registration, click on the link below
Resources for people living with Epilepsy, Depression and Anxiety:
UPLIFT (Using Practice and Learning to Increase Favourable Thoughts)
HOBSCOTCH (Home-Based Self-Management and Cognitive Training Changes Lives)
MEW (The Managing Epilepsy Well Network)
Guest: Dr. Elaine Kiriakopoulos, Director of the HOBSCOTCH Institute for Cognitive Health and Well-Being, Dartmouth Hitchcock Epilepsy Center
Assistant professor of Neurology, Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth
Hosts: Dr. Wegdan Abdelmoemin
Producer: Dr. Wegdan Abdelmoemin
Music: The Future is Ours by scottholmesmusic.com
Audio editor: Serhii Artiukh
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