Health Education

Our providers offer a wide variety of mental health education content, including virtual webinars, on-site presentations, video training, and workshops. Our psychoeducation services are evidence-based, action-oriented, affordable, and technology-enabled.


Featured Mental Health

The Flatten Your COVID-19 Anxiety Curve Webinar

During this unprecedented time, Welleo Health is pleased to offer the "Flatten Your COVID-19 Anxiety Curve" webinar, which is currently available as a free course for non-profit organizations. In this webinar, you will learn evidence-based techniques for addressing worry, stress, and anxiety — rooted in the science of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and learn specifically how to deal with health related anxiety.

The Keep Calm, Stress Less Webinar

Work is a common source of stress. This webinar addresses common workplace challenges that provoke stress. This webinar covers communication skills, imposter syndrome, navigating performance evaluations, perfectionism, and workaholism.

The Self-Esteem Boost Webinar

Low self-confidence and self-worth are a common root of unhappiness with life. This webinar teaches you how to navigate critical self-talk by using kinder words, as well as how to build more trust in yourself.

The Science Behind Our Webinars

Here at Welleo Health, we're dedicated to helping you learn science and research-driven techniques for improving your mental health.

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is a scientific approach to treatment demonstrated to be effective for a wide variety of conditions and life difficulties. It’s based around the idea that our thoughts affect how we feel.


Psychoeducation is a form of education available to people who would like to improve their own mental health.  It is the process of offering information and resources to assist in coping with illness, and to improve well-being.

Self Help

Self-help involves the process of engaging one’s sense of agency, self-empowerment, and interest in self-learning to improve well-being.

Additional Health Education Options

  • Anxiety

  • Depression

  • Stress Management

  • Imposter Syndrome

  • Social Anxiety

  • Job Burnout

  • Insomnia

  • Computer, Internet, and Porn Addiction

  • Anger Management

  • Workaholism

  • Parenting Skills

  • Sexual Health

  • Communication and Dating

  • Dealing with Bullies (For Kids)

  • …and more!