NewYork-Presbyterian

Optimizing Mental Health: Virtual Series

Anxiety and depressive disorders account for the majority of cases of mental/emotional illness in our population and can affect people of all ages.

In this 8-week virtual series, Dr. Michelle Loy and a team of specialists (including a mind-body specialist, yoga/somatic education therapist, acupuncturist/qi-gong instructor, registered dietician, and pastoral care physician) will share their research, resources, and practical tips for managing anxiety and depression. You'll learn the latest evidence-based medicine on how nutrition, sleep, nature and botanicals, community, and more can play a role in mental health care.

Our program takes a balanced approach to common mental health problems, using a blend of conventional and complementary methods to safely address your symptoms and take your personal preferences into account.

 As is standard practice, we advise that all patients continue collaborating with their mental health specialist (psychiatrist, psychologist, or licensed counselor).

We accept most insurances. Your insurance may cover the 1-hour group session, However, you might be responsible for a specialist copayment per session. You will also be responsible if you have a deductible or co-insurance. 

Dial-In Information

To sign up, please contact Mary Acosta at maa2337@med.cornell.edu

Monday, February 26 at 4:00pm to 5:00pm

More dates through March 11, 2024

Virtual Event