IN SHORT ORDER radio program is back on the air by popular demand. This show ran over four years uninterrupted, had 250,000+ listeners, and is back with an even better format. The program will be co-hosted by Dr. Warren Levin of Vienna, Virginia. He has over 50 years experience as a treating physician and successfully utilizes alternative therapies in his practice. Our first guest will be Dr. Mindy Beth Lipson discussing the emotional effects of tick-borne disease. Question for treating clinicians: Is emotional effects of tick-borne disease serious?
“Dr. Lipson was trained in the San Francisco bay area with a doctorate in Clinical Psychology from the Wright Institute at Berkeley. Dr. Lipson completed her pre-doctoral internship at Jacobi Medical Center/Albert Einstein College of Medicine and completed her post-doctoral fellowship in conjunction with the National Center on Addiciton and Substance Abuse at Columbia (CASA) and Palladia, Inc. in New York City. She has worked in the clinical/health fields for over ten years in extremely diverse areas such as medical/health, trauma, chronic mental illness, addiction, grief, stress, domestic violence, sexual offenses, relationship issues, child, adolescent and adult development and self actualization.
Her training has provided her with excellent opportunities to provide traditional, eclectic approaches as well as, newer, more innovative and holistic healing techniques, such as Energy Psychology. She is interested in the emotional effects of tick-borne diseases and is currently working on research which she plans to publish in a book discussing this fascinating, cutting edge topic. Dr. Lipson utilizes imagery/visualization, hypnosis, EMDR, biofeedback (HRV), Clinical EEG Neurofeedback and spiritual practice to increase the healing/curative response. Dr. Lipson works with many holistic, diverse health professionals in the greater United States to provide excellent services to those she serves. She is adept and intuitive in helping those she serves to find their way to healing when faced with difficult medical conditions or challenging life circumstances.
Dr. Lipson is also a Lyme Literate Psychologist, writer and activist. She is a member of the American Psychological Association. Dr. Lipson’s main office is in Mamaroneck, NY. She recently opened an additional office in Scottsdale, AZ.”
Sunday, 7-9PM EST