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About this Webinar
This 90-minute webinar will explain the science and research support for techniques used in working with people who have endured extreme stress and trauma as well as a brief introduction to simple but effective techniques that have been used in working with active duty military, first responders and disaster survivors and their families.
*** Please note that there was an error on slide 18 of the webinar recording. The slide has been corrected and is reflected in the PDF version of the power point provided under "Event Materials" at the bottom of this page. ***Presenter Information
Patricia Gerbarg, M.D.
is Assistant Professor in Psychiatry at NY Medical College.In both clinical work and research studies, she integrates standard and complementary treatments. Her research focuses on mind-body practices for stress, anxiety, PTSD, military, and survivors of mass disasters. Richard Brown, M.D.
is an Associate Professor of Clinical Psychiarty at Columbia University. He is a pioneer in the field of Integrative Psychiatry, he lectures extensively, including full-day courses on complementary and alternative medicine at the American Psychiatric Association and other conferences. Dr. Brown has published over 90 scientific articles, books and chapters including.
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Cover Photo Image: Flickr[ Fallen Comrade by Aubrey Arcangel, April 26, 2005, CC-BY-ND]
This presentation is not endorsed by the Department of Defense and the information, as well as any opinions or views, contained herein are solely that of the presenter.