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Interview on “Unstuck: Your Guide to the Seven-Stage Journey Out of Depression”, on The Broad Perspective

James S. Gordon, M.D. Interview on “Unstuck: Your Guide to the Seven-Stage Journey Out of Depression”, on The Broad Perspective with Vivian Komori
Location: Internet Radio, Friday April 10, 2009

This week on The Broad Perspective™:
We have  Dr. James S. Gordon, MD,  Psychiatrist and author of “Unstuck, Your Guide to the Seven-Stage Journey Out of Depression”

 “Depression is not a disease”. With this simple but revolutionary assertion, James S. Gordon, M.D., a Harvard-trained psychiatrist and a pioneer in integrative medicine, challenges the perceived wisdom on how depression is viewed and treated.  He goes on to explain that depression “is a sign that our lives are out of balance, that we’re stuck.  It’s a wake-up call and the start of a journey that can help us become whole and happy, a journey that can change and transform our lives.”  During our program Dr Gordon will discuss and powerfully illustrate how to heal depression without the use of antidepressants and outlines the practical steps we can take to exert control over our own lives. 

Radio show airs each Friday at 11:00 AM PST (2:00 PM EST) on 1380AM (based in Palmdale CA)

If you are unable to tune in on your radio, you can stream it live on your computer and tune in. 

1.  Go to http://www.highdesertbroadcasting.com/

2.  Click on “News Talk 1380 Radio”

3.  Click on “Listen Live” Banner

Hey, too busy to listen during the day? Now listen anytime you want, day or night. Just click on over to www.thebroadperspective.com  This is where you will find all of the show archives from our earliest broadcast to our most recent ones.

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Lecture at Urban Zen Focus on Nutrition: Nutrition in Hospitals

Title: Lecture at Urban Zen Focus on Nutrition: Nutrition in Hospitals
Location: Stephan Weiss Studio, 705 Greenwich St. NYC 10014

Description: This discussion will focus on the nutritional standards of food provided to patients in hospitals. Sadly, these standards have been notoriously weak. Malnutrition among patients has been identified in numerous studies and hospital food is frequently cited as insufficiently nourishing. This presentation will address what can be done to improve hospital food: nutrition to aid healing and improve health outcomes.
With Roberta Lee, MD.

For more info, see www.urbanzen.org/news/

Start Time: 10:45 AM EST
Date: April 17, 2009
End Time: 11:45 AM ESt

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