Everyone living through the pandemic would agree that disruptions to daily life have been stressful. Within the past year, we have abruptly changed how we work, play, socialize, and see our family and friends, while being subjected to a 24/7 news cycle bombarding us with news about the virus.
Our support systems–such as family, friends, and even co-workers–have been put at a distance. When we suddenly find ourselves isolated, we may cope with the stress in gradually more and more unhealthy ways without even knowing it. So how can you recognize these unhealthy habits and better yet–reverse them?
Join Dr. Samoon Ahmad, founder of the Integrative Center for Wellness, as he discusses the long-term impact that stress can have on one’s physical and mental well-being. He will provide tools that individuals can use to evaluate their own level of well-being, and give specific interventions that can reverse bad habits and help drive positive behavior change in their lives.
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About Dr. Samoon Ahmad
A practicing physician for over 20 years, Dr. Ahmad has dedicated his professional life to helping individuals find balance in their mental and physical well-being. He is a Professor of Psychiatry at NYU Grossman School of Medicine and serves as the Unit Chief of the Inpatient Unit at Bellevue Hospital. He has co-authored, contributed, and consulted for various textbooks, including “Medical Marijuana: A Clinical Handbook.” He has provided thought leadership to various podcasts on the subject of marijuana–its effects, benefits, and risks–as well as its history and current impact on the legalization.
Dr. Ahmad is also the founder and president of a diverse group of private health care companies providing services in psychiatry, wellness, weight management, and obesity. Dr. Ahmad’s specialties include mood disorders (bipolar, depression), anxiety disorders (panic, phobias, OCD, PTSD), psychopharmacological management, and weight management.
Dr. Ahmad is certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology and holds licenses in New York, Maine, Connecticut, and California. He has been a consultant to the Federal Occupational Health Services, the Department of Justice, Homeland Security, and other federal agencies, and is a frequent lecturer on topics such as the treatment of mood disorders, schizophrenia, and metabolic disorders.