Date: Thursday, January 12
Host: Robert Phillips
Reservations are required and become final sale on Tuesday, January 10.
Join Dr. Jeremy Nobel for a discussion over lunch on the health benefits of the creative arts. Over the past decade, health psychologists began researching how the arts might be used in a variety of ways to heal emotional injuries, increase understanding of oneself and others, develop a capacity for self-reflection, reduce symptoms, and alter behaviors and thinking patterns. During this luncheon, learn how creative arts expression has the potential to contribute toward reducing stress and depression, and can serve as a vehicle for alleviating the burden of chronic disease.
Dr. Jeremy Nobel is Board Certified in both Internal Medicine and Preventive Medicine with dual Master’s Degrees in Public Health and Epidemiology from the Harvard School of Public Health. He graduated magna cum laude from Princeton University within the Science and Human Affairs program and received his medical degree from the University of Pennsylvania, where he won the Saunders Prize in Medicine.
Price includes a 3-course prix fixe lunch and one glass of house wine. Additional alcoholic beverages will be charged a la carte to member accounts.