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Yoga has been shown to improve well-being and alleviate some mental and physical illnesses, though through unclear mechanisms.

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Grant H. Brenner, MD


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Grant Hilary Brenner, MD, FAPA is a psychiatrist known for enabling his clients to overcome stubborn obstacles, unleashing the entrepreneurial spirit, and maintaining resilience. Dr. Brenner is Board-Certified, a Distinguished Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association and a Fellow of the New York Academy of Medicine.

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Dr. Ulrick Vieux is the founding Psychiatry Residency Program Director at Garnet Health Medical Center. He currently serves as the Chairman and Medical Director of Behavioral Health at Garnet Health Medical Center.

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