The Age of Anxiety
After more than a year of adjusting to life during a pandemic, it can often feel like our individual and collective anxiety levels are spinning out of control. Yet, is worry always harmful?
Delve deeper into UofTMed magazine's upcoming "Possibilities" issue in the next offering in our popular Temerty Medicine Talks series. Join the Globe and Mail's André Picard and Temerty Medicine clinicians and scientists Kymm Feldman, Jodi Lofchy, Sanjeev Sockalingam, and Trisha Tulloch as they discuss healthy worry in the context of individual well-being, relationships, and medical practices, as well as techniques for living with anxiety in our daily lives.
Friday, June 18, 2021
12:00 – 12:45 p.m. (EDT)
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Dr. Kymm Feldman
Dr. Feldman is a family physician at Women's College Hospital and the Director of the Women's Health Enhanced Skills Program in U of T’s Department of Family and Community Medicine. She has won local and national awards for her work in medical education in the areas of teaching, curriculum development, faculty development and mentorship.
Dr. Jodi Lofchy
Dr. Lofchy is an emergency psychiatrist at Unity Health Toronto’s St. Joseph’s Health Centre, where she serves as both the Department of Psychiatry’s Interim Chief and Medical Director, as well as Service Head of Adult Acute Care Psychiatry. She is also Chair of the Canadian Psychiatric Association’s Section of Emergency Psychiatry and has published widely in the area of best practices in emergency and medical education.
Dr. Sanjeev Sockalingam
Dr. Sockalingam is the U of T Department of Psychiatry’s Vice-Chair as well as Vice President, Education at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health. In addition to working as a clinician-scientist focused on obesity and mental illness, he also serves as Co-Chair of the Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes (ECHO) Ontario Mental Health.
Dr. Trisha Tulloch
Dr. Tulloch is an adolescent medicine specialist who provides consultation within the Child, Youth and Emerging Adult Program at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health. She is also an associate staff physician in the Hospital for Sick Children and Scarborough Health Network’s Centenary Hospital, as well as Vice-Chair for the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, Area of Focused Competency in Addiction Medicine.
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