Leading frontline doctors who learned the TM technique, as part of the David Lynch Foundation Heal the Healers Now initiative, discuss the impact that the TM program has had for them during the COVID pandemic. They talk about what motivated them to learn TM, the benefits it has provided, and the relevance of TM practice for the lives of healthcare professionals dealing with the added challenges of the 21st century. The panel also features Dr. Stuart Rothenberg, national director of Heal the Healers Now.
Stuart Rothenberg, M.D., is the national director of the Transcendental Meditation Health Professionals Association and the chief medical officer of the David Lynch Foundation. Dr. Rothenberg leads the Heal the Healers Now initiative, which offers training in the TM-based Healthcare Provider Wellness Program to frontline healthcare workers battling the COVID-19 pandemic.
Gary Deutsch, M.D., M.P.H., is a board-certified surgical oncologist, an associate professor of surgery at the Donald and Barbara Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra/Northwell, and the program director for the Complex General Surgical Oncology Fellowship at Northwell Health.
Bradley Collins, M.D., is an associate professor of medicine at the Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University and an internal medicine hospitalist and primary care physician at The Miriam Hospital in Providence, Rhode Island. He is the president of the Rhode Island Chapter of the Society of Hospital Medicine and the past president of the Rhode Island Medical Society.
Vladimir Gasca, M.D., is associate director of psychiatry and director of Behavioral Health Services at Elmhurst Hospital Center in Queens, New York. He is assistant professor of psychiatry at Icahn School of Medicine at Mt. Sinai.
Leading frontline doctors who learned the TM technique, as part of the David Lynch Foundation Heal the Healers Now initiative, discuss the impact that the TM program has had for them during the COVID pandemic.
Mario Orsatti, the host of TM Talks and Senior Teacher of the Center for Health and Wellness, a division of the David Lynch Foundation, interviewed this panel of leading physicians on April 10, 2022.
Watch the discussion with frontline health professionals (49:05)
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