On this week’s MD for Mom’s on the BBM Global Network and TuneIN Radio, Dr. Carly Snyder will speak with perinatal psychiatrist and researcher Dr Samantha Meltzer-Brody, Director of the UNC Chapel Hill Perinatal Psychiatry Program, about her ground-breaking research and the future of women’s mental health.
Photo attribution: Every Wednesday 1pm (ET) on the BBM Global Network and TuneIn Radio. Listen live or to archived shows at any time by clicking the link.
On Wednesday August 17th, 2016, at 1pm, I'll be interviewing Patricia Pao of Restorsea about her incredible skin care line and why using chemical free products is so crucial for health. We will also discuss how Patti started Restorsea and her suggestions for anyone who similarly has an idea and wants to build a brand and start their own company.
Learn more about my guest, Patricia Pao:
Patti boasts an illustrious beauty background, having launched over 400 products for lauded brands such as Avon, Elizabeth Arden, Guerlain and Peter Thomas Roth. She has been at the forefront of revolutionary product developments, having recognized the power of glycolic acid and acquiring the exclusive rights to commercialize it before most beauty insiders discovered its benefits.
A true pioneer in skincare, Patti recognized an unmet consumer need for gentler anti-aging products that deliver real results. She did so in an unlikely manner. Reluctantly participating in a hike through the pure fjords of western Norway, Patti landed herself on a tour of the country's largest salmon hatchery. She became transfixed by the hatchery workers' hands; while their faces betrayed their true ages, their hands looked much younger. Because the workers' hands were consistently submerged in water, Patti knew where to look for their secret. It was hidden in the water. Restorsea's revolutionary, proprietary Vibransea™ complex is anchored by Aquabeautine XL®, a natural enzyme salmon release into the water at birth enabling them to safely emerge from their eggshells. In skincare, the enzyme's remarkable properties similarly work to selectively exfoliate only dead skin cells, allowing living ones to flourish. It is regular exposure to the enzyme that imbued the workers’ hands with such a youthful appearance.
Patti realized the opportunity to create an anti-aging skincare line better than anything she had created before. By dissolving only dead skin, Aquabeautine XL® provides the same benefits as other leading anti-aging products, without the harsh side effects. Patti quickly secured the exclusive global rights to use the enzyme in all of Restorsea's products.
Patti received her MBA from the Harvard Business School and her undergraduate degree from UC Berkeley, where she graduated summa cum laude. She currently lives in New York City, where she enjoys a hike-free life and wishes everyone great and glowing skin.
Find out more about Patti Pao and Restorsea">On Aug. 17th MD for Moms the BBM Global Network and TuneIn Radio, Dr Carly Snyder and Patti Pao, creator of the revolutionary and awesome skincare line, Restorsea, will discuss the benefits of chemical free products and how Patti started her own wildly successful business.
On Aug. 17th MD for Moms the BBM Global Network and TuneIn Radio, Dr Carly Snyder and Patti Pao, creator of the revolutionary and awesome skincare line, Restorsea, will discuss the benefits of chemical free products and how Patti started her own wildly successful business.
Photo attribution: Every Wednesday 1pm (ET) on the BBM Global Network and TuneIN Radio. Listen live or to archived shows at any time by clicking the link.
On Wednesday August 3rd, 2016, at 1pm, I'll be interviewing Ann Smith, President of Postpartum Support International (PSI) and Wendy Davis, Executive Director of PSI regarding perinatal mental health and ways to get help if you or a loved one is suffering.
Learn more about my guests, Ann Smith and Wendy Davis:
Ann Smith, CNM, is a former PSI Board member, PSI Presidents Advisory Council member, nurse-midwife, PSI Support Coordinator in New York City, PPD survivor, lecturer on perinatal mood disorders to health professionals, a facilitator on PSI Chat with an Expert forum, and led a postpartum depression support group in New York for many years. She has a BA from Briarcliff College, a BSN from Cornell and an MSN from Columbia University. Ann has been a practicing nurse midwife and women’s health nurse practitioner for more than 30 years. She has 3 grown children and lives in New York City. Ann became interested in perinatal mood disorder after suffering severe anxiety and depression after her 2nd and 3rd children before much was known about good treatment. She has been committed to women and families suffering from PMAD ever since. firstname.lastname@example.org
Wendy Davis, PhD, is the Executive Director for Postpartum Support International (PSI) www.postpartum.net, where she coordinates services, programs, and 300 U.S. and International Support Volunteers. She also has a psychotherapy practice in Portland Oregon, specializing in pregnancy, birth, and postpartum mental health. Wendy started Oregon’s Baby Blues Connection www.babybluesconnection.org in 1994, and now and serves as their clinical advisor. She chaired Oregon's Maternal Mental Health Workgroup convened by legislation 2009, and the committee that wrote the Oregon Maternal Mental Health Patient and Provider Education Act in 2011. She is a founding member of the National Coalition for Maternal Mental Health, and consults to community, clinical, and public health systems. Since her own recovery from postpartum depression and anxiety after the birth of her first child, she has been dedicated to improving public awareness and provider capacity to support pregnant, post-loss, and postpartum families. email@example.com
Find out more about Postpartum Support International">On Wednesday August 3rd, 2016, at 1pm on the BBM Global Network and TuneIn radio, Dr, Carly Snyder will interview Ann Smith, President of Postpartum Support International (PSI) and Wendy Davis, Executive Director of PSI regarding perinatal mental health and ways to get help if you or a loved one is suffering.
On Wednesday August 3rd, 2016, at 1pm on the BBM Global Network and TuneIn radio, Dr, Carly Snyder will interview Ann Smith, President of Postpartum Support International (PSI) and Wendy Davis, Executive Director of PSI regarding perinatal mental health and ways to get help if you or a loved one is suffering.
By capturing each childhood moment on our phones, we are removing ourselves from the present and potentially re-imagining motherhood for ourselves.
Dr. Jennifer Messina will join Dr. Carly Snyder to explore raising happy, confident girls, and how parents can help facilitate their daughter’s healthy development and positive self esteem on MD for Moms on the BBM Global Network and TuneIn radio on July 20th, 2016.
Photo attribution: Erin Borbet: Holistic Consultations for Women. Custom Botanicals, Personalized Nutrition and Intuitive Coaching for Lasting Transformation.
On Wednesday July 6th, 2016, at 1pm, Dr Carly Snyder and Erin Borbet, acupuncturist, Chinese Herbalist and Doula will discuss the benefits and wisdom behind using specially tailored botanicals acupuncture, and nutrition plans to optimize fertility, balance postpartum hormones and maximize daily wellness.
Dr. Snyder was interviewed for an article in the New York Post about depression in pregnancy and the importance of treatment.
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On this week’s radio show, MD for Moms, my guest Dr. Robin Muskal and I will explore natural methods ‘Beyond Therapy’ to address anxiety, such as yoga, meditation and journal writing.
Slavish devotion to family is unnecessary and possibly harmful. Be a better mother by engaging in the interests you pursued before bearing a child.
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On this week’s radio show, MD for Moms, my guest Dr. Jennifer Messina and I will explore how becoming a mom is a profound life adjustment like no other, what can be done in advance to ease the transition and how to improve the adjustment once you bring home baby.