14 October 2009

Overcoming Depression in a Recession Webcast | Center for Leadership Performance

Psychiatrist, Psychologist, Neurologist to Bring Transcendental Meditation to Wall Street and Main Street

Center for Leadership Performance, New York

The economic downturn has decreased job security on Wall Street and Main Street. Layoffs mean that surviving employees must take on added responsibilities and a larger share of the workload. The result? Escalating workplace stress, depression, and anxiety, which undermine productivity, work quality, and long-term employee retention. Now a leading psychologist and psychiatrist are teaming up to bring the benefits of the Transcendental Meditation technique to professionals in New York City—and throughout the country.

On October 9, 2009, Psychiatrist Norman Rosenthal, psychotherapist Nancy Liebler, and neurologist Gary Kaplan spoke on "Overcoming Depression in a Recession" at the Center for Leadership Performance, 70 Broad Street, in Manhattan. Research has shown that the Transcendental Meditation technique has a stabilizing effect on the physiology, reducing anxiety and depression, and promoting greater calm and increased energy. Meditating employees are healthier, more effective problem solvers, and think in more creative ways.

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