Watch now: TPG Small Biz webinar on virtual mental health care as a small business owner

May 19, 2020

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These are demanding times for small businesses. With the economic slowdown, owners can quickly find themselves facing stress and anxiety levels never experienced before. If you’re trying to balance your stress and keep your doors open for customers, check out the recording of our TPG Small Biz webinar below to learn why taking care of your mental health is just as important as taking care of your business, along with strategies to cope during COVID-19.

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Our expert panelists this episode were Licensed Somatic Psychotherapist Morgan Smith, founder of Creatives Health, and Amy Domangue, Co-Founder and CEO of virtual healthcare marketplace ‘Jessie’. During our 30-minute session, we took a look at the current state of virtual mental care along with best practices for taking care of your mental health as a small business leader. We also discussed virtual solutions to find mental health professionals and assistance — especially important during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

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The TPG Small Biz community was created in October 2019 to give small business owners and leaders a forum of peers to learn how to maximize monthly expenditures toward credit card rewards. The community’s focus quickly engulfed a much larger purpose of peer support in almost all financial matters a small business faces. Currently, there are more than 2,500 small-business owners in the community, and weekly content focused on small businesses is published on The Points Guy.

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