By Jessica Jones, MD Many people, mental health professionals and patients alike, are curious about the growing movement of lifestyle interventions promoting brain wellness. There is growing scientific data on how behaviors like mediation, exercise, nutrition, and even time spent outdoors benefit mental health and increase resilience to stressors. The traditional interventions of psychiatric medication … More Moving from Illness to Wellness
By Vanessa Galli I have been running competitively since Elementary school, for nearly twenty years at this point. I have never thought about a world in which I couldn’t explore it by running it. Although, when I am asked the question, “Why do you do it?” I don’t always have an answer readily available. I … More What are you running from?
By Tobi Thaller, MD One of my patients introduced me to the art of Zentangling. It is a meditative form of unplanned, abstract drawing. It is performed in black pen on white paper. There are no “mistakes” to be erased. It is meant to be done with mindfulness, rather than as doodling, … More Zentangles