New Approaches to Stress Reduction

When our Acupuncturists can’t be “hands on” they are still working with patients to help with self-care such as acupressure, explain how Traditional Chinese Medicine can be effective, and explore mind-body techniques for healing and restorative care. Learn effective stress reducers for the whole family to try together or for when you need some “me” time.

with Joe Davis, LAc
Sahar Ghasemi, LAc
Cong Nguyen, LAc
Acupuncturists at Crossover Health

Meditation Nation

Connecting our mind and body in a disconnected time can help to create calmness for anxiety and depression—even binge eating and life transitions. Learn from our psychologist on the practice of meditation and mindfulness and its various roles for great health benefits.

with Camilla Lee RD, CDN, NBC-HWC and
with Diane Browne, PsyD, LMFT
Psychologist at Crossover Health

Everyday Mindfulness, Meditation, and Movement Practices for Every Body

Healthy, Fit and Sound at Home

While we are social distancing and limiting face-to-face contact, our Health Coaches have put together a session on how to maintain or incorporate physical fitness, establish balance at home, and making healthy food choices during this challenging time.

with Camilla Lee RD, CDN, NBC-HWC and
Maxine Yeung, MS RD NBC-HWC
Health Coaches at Crossover Health

Dealing with Grief in COVID-19: Loss, Resiliency and Hope

This webinar will guide you through the different types of grief we are collectively experiencing during this pandemic. We discuss the loss of safety, lifestyles, milestones (like graduations), and sadly, human lives. We identify healthy coping responses and resources as well as community support. Despite these times of uncertainty, we emphasize the strength of resilience and hope.

with Patricia Kim Walsh, LMFT
Behavioral Health at Crossover Health

Coping with COVID-19

Dealing with the new realities of our world can be overwhelming and stressful for you and your loved ones. See how to maintain an appropriate balance and optimistic perspective while staying informed and healthy during the COVID-19 pandemic. 

with Michael Boroff, PsyD, Physiologist
Behavioral Health Program Manager
Crossover Health