Free Depression and Anxiety Awareness Class from UW Medicine
UW Neighborhood Smokey Point Clinic
Lobby on the 2nd floor at the top of the stairs
Date and Time
Tuesday, May 23
6 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. (doors open at 5:30 p.m.)
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About the Class
Are you feeling depressed or anxious, or know someone who is?
You are invited to attend a free evening class to help you identify the symptoms of anxiety and depression, and learn about treatment options. The class will be presented by Dr. Natalia Usoltseva, a board-certified internal medicine physician at UW Neighborhood Smokey Point Clinic. Dr. Usoltseva will discuss:
- The difference between depression and anxiety
- The most common symptoms of depression and anxiety
- Treatment options
- An integrated behavioral health program offered at the UW Neighborhood Smokey Point Clinic
Dr. Usoltseva will provide information that will help you achieve optimal mental health through lifestyle and treatment interventions.
Please join us at this free community event. Light refreshments will be provided.
"Depression and Anxiety Awareness" is the third in a quarterly series of free classes sponsored by UW Neighborhood Smokey Point Clinic. The UW Neighborhood Smokey Point Clinic offers comprehensive patient- and family-centered primary care for the entire family throughout all stages of life.
About Dr. Natalia Usoltseva
Dr. Natalia Usoltseva, a board certified internal medicine physician at UW Neighborhood Smokey Point Clinic, strives to provide her patients with all of the necessary tools for good health. Learn more about
Dr. Natalia Usoltseva.