OWN YOUR HEALTH! MAKING MINDFUL CHOICES AT ANY AGE
It’s your life — so who’s better to be an expert on your body, mind, and overall health than the person wearing your shoes. In this conference and community event, we’ll discuss how to take responsibility for your health and mental well-being, regardless of how far along in life you are. We’ll highlight the mind-body connection and discuss the value of holistic, preventive, and proactive ways to live fulfilling and lengthy lives.
This event’s host, IBREA FOUNDATION, will discuss its efforts to provide holistic health services and holistic education to the West Harlem community and high school students at A. Philip Randolph. Co-sponsored by the World Health Organization, the NGO Committee on Mental Health, Brain World magazine, and the West Harlem Development Corporation, we’ll provide data, insight, and direct experience to show that when individuals take ownership of their health from early childhood— this leads to a healthier and more vibrant society — for all of us … so own it! Own your health!
Featuring top scientists, mind-body training experts, educators and practitioners of the Harlem community, the event will also include an energy healing experience, as well as performances by Harlem youth and a raffle with exciting prizes for your physical and mental wellbeing!
The discussion will be moderated by New York Times Health and Science writer, Pam Belluck.
- Dr. Nata Menabde, Executive Director, World Health Organization in New York, on global health concerns, on the connection between physical and mental health, and the implementation of U.N. health goals
- Dr. Maurice Wright, Medical Director, Harlem Hospital Center and Senior Associate Dean, Academic Affiliation at Harlem Hospital (Columbia University Medical Center) on the importance of patient-centered attention and natural healing methods
- Ilchi Lee, New York Times Bestselling Author, Expert in Mind-Body Training Methods, and President of IBREA FOUNDATION on the 120-year lifestyle. healthy individuals, and healthy societies
- Dr. Glenn Saxe, Professor, Department of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at NYU School of Medicine, on the problem of overmedication in the eld of trauma treatment, and the value of systemic and comprehensive approaches to heal trauma
- Dr. Nim Tottenham, Department of Psychology, Columbia University, on resilient mindsets for healthy living
Let's make a healthier New York together!
Columbia University, Lerner Hall
2920 Broadway Avenue (between 114th and 115th st). Subway stop 116th on the 1 train., New York, 10027, NY, United States