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    Physical Effects of Depression

    WCBS-TV?
    Dr. Richard N. Rosenthal, Chairman of the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Health and patient Susan Fenton discuss the physical symptoms of depression and how to treat it.

    Health Impact of Chronic Stress

    WCBS-TV? 

    Experts warn women about the dangers of stress. Robin Kerner, MD discusses the long-lasting effects of chronic stress.

    Beating the Holiday Blues

    WCBS-TV?

    Dr. Robin Kerner, Director of Quality Initiatives and Outcomes, discusses how to overcome depression during the holidays.

    Sober Siblings

    Fox 5 Morning Show with Mike and Juliet ?

    One sober sibling  shares the secrets to helping your loved ones without losing yourself. Hear Dr. Petros Levounis, MD talk about alcoholism in the family and the difference between helping and enabling .

    Stress

    WCBS-TV?

    Dr. Robin Kerner, Director of Quality Initiatives, discusses the impact of stress on our daily lives and mental health in particular.

    Panic Attacks

    Fox 5 Morning Show with Mike and Juliet ?
    Dr. Richard N. Rosenthal, Chairman of the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Health and patient Susan Fenton discuss panic attacks on the Fox 5 Morning show with Mike and Juliet.

    Infidelity
    Fox News?
    Dr. Jennifer Hartstein discusses the causes and challenges of infidelity
     

    Web

    Women are drinking more, DUIs are up

    Dr. Petros Levounis, Director of the Addiction Institute of New York at Mount Sinai St. Luke’s Roosevelt, comments on the statistic that women seek treatment less often than men.

    Sober Siblings 
    From June 8 to June 15, you can tune in to an Internet broadcast at www.afflictedandaffected.com  of an interview with Pat Olsen and Petros Levounis, MD, MA, co-authors of Sober Siblings: How to Help Your Alcoholic Brother or Sister-and Not Lose Yourself, which explores the effects of alcoholism on the sibling relationship. Dr. Levounis is Director of the Addiction Institute of New York, and Pat Olsen is a health and business writer.

    Recession Depression  ?
    TheTakeAway.org?
    Tough economic times aren’t just hitting us in the pocket, they’re hitting many of us in the head as well. Dr. Robin Kerner discusses how to cope with psychological stress brought on by the economic downturn.

    Alcohol Shrinks the Brian?
    CNN.com/health ?
    Dr. Petros Levounis, Director of the Addiction Institute of New York, discusses the effects of alcohol on the brain.

    Treating teenager's drug habits

    MSN Health?
    Dr. Ramon Solhkhah, Director of the Child and Family Institute at Mount Sinai St. Luke’s Roosevelt, discusses new remedies that give hope to young users.

    The Prevalence and Treatability of Mental Disorders?

    OR-LIVE?

    More prevalent than cancer or diabetes, mental illness ranks first among those causing disability in the United States, with depression and alcohol disorders alone costing employers more than $265 billion annually. Experts from the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Health at Mount Sinai St. Luke’s Roosevelt discuss anxiety, mood disorders and substance abuse during a live Webcast held on May 15, 2007. Aimed at raising awareness among the community of the prevalence and treatability of mental health disorders, the program de-stigmatizes and debunks myths surrounding these issues through open discussion and education.

    Looking for Help Beyond the Bottle
    Good News Broadcast?
    Dr. Petros Levounis discusses the use of the internet for providing counseling and follow up to
     

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