The work of The Center for Mind-Body Medicine, founded and led by James S. Gordon, MD, has been recognized by the media world-wide for our groundbreaking work in treating PTSD and other stress-related disorders using our unique model for applying mind-body techniques to traditional methods of treatment. Read more about what being said of the Center below.
“The Lessons of War” CBS 60 Minutes
May 3, 2015
Scott Pelley explores the effects on children in the age-old conflict that reached another boiling point in summer 2014’s war between Gaza and Israel. CMBM founder, James Gordon, MD explains the work of the Center to treat PTSD in civilian adults and children.
“No, it’s not C. Everett Koop; meet new surgeon general Vivek Murthy” Indy Star
February 10, 2015
The Center for Mind-Body Medicine’s program for mindfulness with Eskenazi Health, the Sidney & Lois Eskenazi Hospital, in Indianapolis, Indiana, was mentioned in an article by the Indy Star about the new Surgeon General’s visit.
“Gaza isn’t just a physical wreck. The psychological damage is even worse.”, The Washington Post
November 3, 2014
James Gordon, MD authored an article for The Washington Post about the psychological trauma faced by the residents of Gaza as a result of the ongoing conflicts with Israel.
“Free Yourself From Depression” Experience Life
Mindfulness helps people become relaxed, aware, and firmly grounded in the present moment. I teach specific meditation techniques such as slow, deep, soft-belly breathing and mindful walking and eating, which have been shown to decrease levels of anxiety and stress, enhance mood and optimism, and promote greater emotional stability and more reliable judgment.
“How Mindful Practices Can Help Veterans” Huffington Post Live
May 23, 2014
Huffington Post Live host Caroline Modarressy-Tehrani hosted a program on how veterans are using mindful techniques from The Center for Mind-Body Medicine to treat depression, anxiety and PTSD.