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October 20, 2020
Virtual Retreat: Breath-Body-Mind with Dr. Patricia Gerbarg and Dr. Richard P. Brown
Breath-Body-Mind: Caring for Yourself and Others in Troubling Times
The brain listens to the lungs. When we change our pattern of breathing, we change the way we think feel, and connect to ourselves and others. Dr. Richard Brown and Dr. Patricia Gerbarg show how to quickly shift your psychophysiological state from stress/worry to calmness/clarity/compassion. Their methods help thousands of healthcare providers, disaster survivors, and people under stress in the US and worldwide. Quiet your busy mind and deepen your meditation with the award-winning authors of The Healing Power of the Breath.
You can learn more about Breath-Body-Mind programs at www.Breath-Body-Mind.com.
This Virtual Retreat will be conducted on Zoom from 6:00pm – 8:00pm EST on Tuesday, October 20, 2020. The virtual retreat link will be emailed to participants within twenty-four hours of your registration. Registration closes at 4:00pm EST on Monday, October 19, 2020.
Dr. Richard P. Brown, associate clinical professor in psychiatry at Columbia University, is a pioneer of Integrative Psychiatry. After graduating from Columbia University Medical School, he completed psychiatry residency and fellowship in psychobiology/psychopharmacology at New York Hospital Cornell. He lectures internationally and co-authored over 100 scientific articles, chapters and award-winning books on complementary and integrative medicine. His neurophysiological theory about how yoga breathing relieves anxiety, depression, PTSD and medical conditions has been validated in clinical trials.
A certified teacher of Aikido (4th Dan), yoga, Qigong, and meditation, Dr. Brown develops and provides Breath-Body-Mind programs for healthcare professionals, military service personnel, yoga teachers, school teachers, psychiatric patients, disaster survivors, refugees, first responders, veterans, school teachers, and the public. A long-term Zen meditator he teaches of Aikido (4th Dan), yoga, Qigong, meditation, and Open Focus Attention Training, and CME/ CEU accredited mind-body programs at psychiatric meetings, academic centers, and international conferences. He has taught experienced meditators, including at Buddhist monasteries in Taiwan, New York Insight Meditation Center, and yoga centers in the US and India.
Dr. Patricia Gerbarg, assistant clinical professor in psychiatry at New York Medical College, graduate of Harvard Medical School, Beth Israel Hospital (Boston) Residency, and the Boston Psychoanalytic Institute. is Vice-Chair of the APA Caucus on CAIM in Psychiatry and serves on the Global Mental Health Caucus. She and Dr. Brown have provided Breath-Body-Mind programs for First Responders and others affected by the 2001 World Trade Center attacks, 2010 Haiti earthquake, Gulf Horizon oil spill, Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting, Rwanda genocide, Middle East refugees, Rohingya refugee children in Bangladesh, and survivors of war, abuse and trafficking in Uganda, Nigeria, and South Sudan. Through live online BBM programs they are helping healthcare workers, social service agencies, non-profit organizations, and families cope with the COVID-19 crisis. Their award-winning books include: The Healing Power of the Breath, Non-Drug Treatments for ADHD, and (with Dr. Phillip Muskin) How to Use Herbs, Nutrients, and Yoga in Mental Health and Complementary and Integrative Treatments in Psychiatric Practice (American Psychiatric Association Publishing).
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