Holistic Mental Health Expert Dr. Patricia Gerbarg is Guest of Carole Marks on A Touch of Grey Radio Show, January 5, 2009

Top Quote Dr. Mehmet Oz says that the new book Dr. Patricia Gerbarg co-authored, How to Use Herbs, Nutrients and Yoga in Mental Health Care, is a "go-to source for information on integrative mental health." End Quote
  • New York, NY (1888PressRelease) January 02, 2009 - Patricia L. Gerbarg, MD, internationally renowned holistic mental health expert and pioneer of CAM (Complementary and Alternative Medicine) is the guest of host Carole Marks on the A Touch of Grey Radio Show, Monday, January 5, 2009, to discuss the highly-praised new book she co-authored with Drs. Richard Brown and Dr. Philip Muskin, HOW TO USE HERBS, NUTRIENTS, AND YOGA IN MENTAL HEALTH CARE.

    Dr. Gerbarg, a clinically experienced psychiatrist and medical school professor at New York Medical College, will discuss the precariousness of every day life in the current economy and some specific recommendations for taking care of oneself mentally and emotionally when under so much stress.

    In addition to her clinical practice of psychiatry, Dr. Gerbarg provides consultation and facilitates the development of research projects on the health benefits of mind-body practices. Her research has focused on victims of trauma and mass disasters such as the 9/11 community, the southeast Asian tsunami, and military personnel.

    Dr. Gerbarg has taught and lectured on a range of topics in psychiatry and psychoanalysis. Over the past ten years, she has been increasingly involved in alternative and complementary psychiatric research and has co-authored numerous articles and book chapters with Dr. Brown as well as the book The Rhodiola Revolution which presents a scientific basis for the health benefits of an ancient medicinal herb for reducing stress and maintaining energy. Dr. Gerbarg has been interviewed extensively by radio stations, magazines, and newspapers. She and Dr. Brown maintain a web site providing health information and resources at Have A Health

    Carole Marks runs A Touch of Grey: The Talk Show for Grown-Ups from Mystic, Connecticut. She hosts authors, celebrities, politicians, professors and others on her show dedicated to the over 50 population, and she is passionately interested in all aspects of health. “When it comes to 21st century medicine, you have to be your own patient advocate,” says Carole. Her show is aired on WABC 77 in New York City, on KRLA 870 in Los Angeles, and on 50 other stations across the U.S.

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    Media contact: WJ Carrel

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