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Self Care, Resilience and Stress with Dr. Juna Bobby
In this episode of A SENSe of Wellness Podcast, Host, Susan Greeley, connects with Dr. Juna Bobby to discuss the importance of self care, resilience, and managing stress for overall health and wellbeing. They addressed the role that self-care plays in preventative medicine, the impact of the brain's biology and physiology and how it impacts mental health, the increased levels of anxiety and depression seen among teens, the importance of kids and young adults to understand the functionality of their brains, and even how boys may experience learning and mental health differently than girls in honor of Men's Health Month.
More about Dr. Bobby:
Juna Bobby, MD, DipABLM, earned her MD at the NYU Grossman School of Medicine. She is board certified in Diagnostic Radiology and Lifestyle Medicine. Juna is a returning guest faculty member and certified clinician for Stress Management and Resiliency Training and Resilient Youth program at the Benson Henry Institute for Mind-Body Medicine at Harvard Medical School. She is also a faculty member at the Juilliard School Pre-College Division in NYC where she teaches the Science of Resilience for Peak Performance elective. Juna's passion is to combine neuroscience and evidence backed self-care tools to create science backed digital courses for K-12 which parents and teachers alike can incorporate into their daily lives, and for corporations to foster resilience in the workplace.
Juna posts educational videos about sleep on her new Youtube @fallasleepeasy, hosts the MindBodySpace Podcast, is the Resilience Coach for the Valissima Institute, Leads a Teen Lifestyle Medicine Initiative, and launched Wellness Programs at NYU Grossman School of Medicine, Columbia Law School, and has held workshops and given grand rounds at many organizations including MUFG, Edward Jones, Canyon Ranch, Yale Radiology, Mt. Sinai Medical Center, and more.