Meena Julapalli, MD teaches us all how discovering, experiencing, cultivating, embracing, celebrating, and sharing joy can make a positive difference in our skin.
Mohammad Jafferany, MD teaches us to incorporate the knowledge of Psychodermatology in the management and treatment planning of patients with Psychocutaneous disorders.
Wendy Schofer, MD teaches why play isn’t a diversion but a neuroscience-backed active process that invites healing from the inside out for patients and caregivers of all ages.
Keira Barr, MD lectures on how to help patients heal emotional scars and tackle stress-induced skin issues with evidence-based mind-body strategies to enhance treatment outcomes and foster healing beyond skin deep.
Judith Hong, MD lectures about Reiki and other subtle energy/intention practices and how they can enhance the patient-physician encounter.
Steven Gurgevich, PhD explains how clinical hypnosis application, or hypnotherapy, is the central therapeutic modality to access the mind/body connection, symptomatically and psychodynamically.
Steve Daveluy MD, FAAD will explore the health benefits of laughter and teach techniques to harness laughter through Laughter Yoga.
Valerie LeComte, DO lectures on how writing impacts our emotional (and therefore physical) health and gives specific writing practices that help us to release trauma.
Chronic Spontaneous Urticaria: A Potential Link with Childhood Trauma and Maladaptive Attachment Styles
This lecture aims to discover the complex interplay between childhood trauma, attachment styles, and their potential influence on chronic health conditions like chronic spontaneous urticaria.