Manhattan Dinner Meeting - 10/4/17
Our dinners are a time to share new ideas and what better way to do that than by bringing some new faces to the table!
At our Manhattan Group’s Collaborative Dinner, we were able to come together and connect with others who believe in the power of putting the patient first, with a focus on the healing the mind in a holistic way.
Dr. Michael Picucci focuses on utilizing the patient’s inner wisdom to help them heal. He is the originator of a method known as Focalizing, which he describes as ‘a graceful, dynamic process for moving forward with dignity.’ He uses this method to focus the energy of a patient intentionally to help them ‘unblock’ what is preventing them from move forward. (www.michaelpicucci.com)
Dr. Kristel Carrington, NYU/Bellevue Hospital Center Clinical Faculty, believes that delivering the best care requires not only an integrative approach but access as well. She knows that it takes more than one answer to treat a patient and that exceptional help should be available regardless of your location. Dr. Carrington plans to incorporate the use of 'telepsychiatry' services into her practice, to increase access to treatment for patients in remote areas of the country. She also believes in paying-it-forward, which is shown through her mentorship of other young professionals - allowing them to the opportunities to succeed as well.