James S. Gordon, MD,
is the founder and director of The Center, founding dean at the College of Mind-Body Medicine, Saybrook University, and a clinical professor in the department of psychiatry and family medicine at the Georgetown University School of Medicine.
Mind, Mood and Food brings together medical and culinary nutrition with cutting-edge research for clinicians and health-conscious individuals to learn how to improve mental and emotional well-being with food. This five-day training includes experiential learning with food, nature, mind-body medicine, live food demonstrations, and whole-food meals that inspire long-lasting nutritional transformation. Participants will be taught a new science-based approach using nutrition to address personal health challenges for yourself, your clients, and your families.
The Professional Training Program in Mind-Body Medicine is the core program of the Center for Mind-Body Medicine (CMBM), offered around the world for twenty years. The program provides health professionals with the tools they need to become more effective clinicians, and to find more meaning in their work. This intensive training utilizes CMBM’s unique model for learning and support: Faculty teaches the science of mind-body medicine in plenary sessions, plus techniques for self-awareness and self-expression through supportive small group exercises.