Being kind, giving to yourself and giving to others is good for your health..and your psyche. In our 24/7 business and social world, many of us seem to have lost a touch of humanity.
Eva Ritvo, MD, a psychiatrist with more than 25 years’ experience practicing in Miami Beach, Florida, provides expert commentary on TV & radio and is a frequent source for journalists. The author of Bekindr: The Transformative Power of Kindness, she has spent years researching the importance of kindness in our lives. This groundbreaking Savvy Ladies Webinar may just change your life forever!
In the webinar you’ll hear about:
Why being kind and giving is good for your health.
Why giving to yourself should be a priority.
What are mirror neurons and why do Savvy Ladies need to know about them?
Why are people so nice after disasters?
How being kind can positively effect you and others in the business world.
Eva Ritvo, MD, a psychiatrist with more than 25 years’ experience practicing in Miami Beach, Florida, is the author of Bekindr – The Transformative Power of Kindness and the founder of the Bekindr® Global Initiative, a movement to bring more kindness in the world. She is also the co-founder of the Bold Beauty Project (BBP), a nonprofit that pairs women with disabilities with award-winning photographers creating art exhibitions to raise awareness.
A regular on major media, Dr. Ritvo provides expert commentary on TV & radio and is a frequent source for journalists. She is the host of the PBS series, TechVersify and the co-author of The Beauty Prescription and The Concise Guide to Marriage and Family Therapy.
Dr. Ritvo is the former Chair of Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine at Mount Sinai Medical Center and the former Vice Chair of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at the Miller School of Medicine at the University of Miami. She’s a Distinguished Fellow of the American Psychiatry Association and a member of the American College of Psychiatrists. She serves on the board of United Community Options (formerly United Cerebral Palsy of South Florida.) In 2015, she was recognized as their National Volunteer of the Year. Dr. Ritvo received her undergraduate and medical degrees from UCLA, and psychiatry residency training at Weill Cornell Medicine.