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Want to Overcome Anxiety or Depression? Attend 2 Online Summits

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If you’re suffering from anxiety, June is the month for answers. In fact, if you suffer from any mental health issues/disorders such as depression, it could benefit you to attend two online anxiety summits that are happening this month.

Both summits include online presentations you can listen to, some of which are live, and others which are recordings. The presentations involve a variety of topics about anxiety and other mental health issues by experts in the mental health field.

Many of the presentations are free, but others you will need to buy if interested. Here is a breakdown of what to expect from each summit:

1)The Anxiety Summit

This online summit is hosted by certified nutritionist and author Trudy Scott. She is the past president of the National Association of Nutrition Professionals.

For the summit, Scott interviews a variety of experts on the topics of anxiety, food and mood. There are also presentations on stress and depression.

There are currently 21 experts to listen to, not including Scott’s own presentations. A complete list of experts and the summit schedule is available on the website above.

The summit runs from June 9-22, 2014. If you register with your email and name on the website, presentations are free to listen to within 24 hours of posting. You will receive a link via email of the interviews for that day.

If you miss the 24-hour window to listen to an interview, then you do have the option to buy all recordings, which you will receive online in digital format once the summit is completed.

One option is to pay $69 for all MP3 audio files (price may increase after June 22). Another option is to pay $99 for all MP3 audio files, complete transcripts and three-page interview highlights (price may increase after June 22).

One of the presenters is Julie Matthews, a certified nutrition consultant and author of “Nourishing Hope for Autism.” Her talk is called “Bioindividual Nutrition for Anxiety: How special diets and avoiding certain foods can support individuals with anxiety.”

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