Dr.  Judith Joseph

I am fortunate to work with extraordinary people daily and aim to share the great things people are up to. We are only as strong as our community and the people we surround ourselves with. The current political climate, winter blues, our jobs, and other external elements like media and just living in New York City can really effect how we feel and interact with others daily. If I’m not careful, I find myself complaining and in a negative space — especially during the winter months.

There are many ways to combat the blues in addition to EXERCISE, REST, PROPER HYDRATION, AND NUTRITION. It’s important to find time daily to create a positive mental place. Find something that works best for you (not cake). I meditate to create a context for the day and after watching Dr. Joseph’s tips for a “Positive Hour”, I’m integrating that as well.

Dr. Joseph is a top-level Psychiatrist based in New York City. She is often featured on television, does important medical research, and manages her private practice in Manhattan. Check out a few of her tips for being and staying positive in 2019. Each clip is short and when used will make a difference in your day and how you react with others and your daily circumstances!

Watch them! R