Dr. Jaime Schehr and Dr. Debbie Magids have been sharing many clients for the last decade. They believe in order to achieve total well-being you must address both the mind and body. Each brings their unique sensibilities to explore what your employees experience both emotionally and physiologically, unpack the root causes, alleviate symptoms, and provide the tools to prevent recurrence in its many forms.
Workshop topics and formats are personalized to the needs of your company
Dr. Debbie Magids is a counseling psychologist with a thriving private practice in New York City. She is the author of "All the Good Ones Aren’t Taken: Change the Way You Date and Find Lasting Love" (St. Martin’s Press), and has been featured as a leading expert on media outlets including The Tamron Hall Show, Today, Good Morning America, The Dr. Oz Show, and The Howard Stern Show.
Dr. Debbie holds a Master of Arts in Organizational Psychology and a Master of Education in Psychological Counseling from Columbia University’s Teachers College. She received her Ph.D in Counseling Psychology from Fordham University and is a respected member of the American Psychological Association.
Dr. Jaime Schehr is a naturopathic doctor and registered dietitian with a successful private practice in NYC. She serves as the Assistant Director of the Academic Integrative Family Medicine Fellowship for the Institute for Family Health at Mt. Sinai/Beth Israel and is also the co-owner of xFitLab, a medical fitness consulting company. Dr. Jaime is a sought-after lecturer regarding health and wellness and speaks at many educational institutions and private companies.
A holistic way to improve your work experience: how to increase productivity, live with passion, get unstuck.
How to improve your health: losing weight, conquering emotional eating, improving sleep, boosting energy, practicing principles of preventative medicine.
How to cope with stress: reducing anxiety and depression, decreasing or eliminating toxic habits, undergoing larger transitions (i.e. becoming a parent and returning to work).
How to become a more effective communicator: building and sustaining healthy relationships, developing leadership skills, managing employees.
How to get organized: minimizing distractions, managing social media addiction, decluttering your home and/or office.
How to become a better you: enhancing self-esteem.