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Lifestyle Medicine Workshop: Avoidance of Risky Behavior

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Health & Wellness

Age Group:

Adults
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Program Description

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How do you cope? In this workshop, lifestyle medicine specialist, Dr. Raquel Harrison, will deconstruct the science behind risky behaviors, their effects to our bodies and why it can become difficult to control. Attendees will walk away with healthy strategies to reduce stress without risks or side effects. 

Here is the workshop schedule:

  • 9/27 Avoidance of Risky Behavior 

Dr. Raquel Harrison (MD, FACEP, dipABLM) is dual board certified in emergency medicine and lifestyle medicine.  With over 12 years of experience working in large urban emergency departments, she has been heavily impacted by how often lifestyle choices result in visits to the hospital. Leveraging years working in education as an assistant professor and assistant residency director at Yale School of Medicine, she now directs her passion for teaching towards educating others about lifestyle medicine and it’s critical role in preventing and reversing diseases that commonly lead to emergency visits and hospitalization.  She has a deep desire to help people understand how to become the best versions of themselves by focusing on both physical and mental health and their complex interconnection.