Pandemic Panic: Dealing with the stressors of long-term isolation with Dr. Richard Carlton

Dealing with the stressors of long-term isolation.
The Pandemic is making people anxious, sleepless, scared, depressed, and angry. If you’re feeling anxious or depressed, that’s understandable—and you are not alone. Learn some tips for coping.

Psychiatrist and author Dr. Richard Carlton, M.D., an innovator in the field of Integrative Psychiatry, will discuss the importance of diet, nutrient supplements and mindfulness meditation and the effect that they have on our BRAIN, our MOOD, and our BEHAVIOR.

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Dr. Carlton thinks “outside the box.” He contributed a chapter to a textbook on integrative approaches to depression. He co-authored a book on natural approaches to treating Type 2 Diabetes. He is the co-author and editor of a book on wound healing, and is currently writing a book on nutrients and herbs that can hack COVID-19. With 45 years experience in holistic/integrative medicine and psychiatry, he has a lifetime’s worth of “pearls” to share with us.

Date/Time:
7/21/2020 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
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Location
Shelter Rock - VM Room 1
Contact:
Sharyn Esposito
(516) 472-2960
sesposito@uucsr.org
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