During a recent visit to Pittsburgh, AIMI started a program training 7,000 UPMC nurses in resilience. The feedback was overwhelming and marks the start of a wonderful program led by Dr. Barry Kerzin. To read the full article from NEXT PITTSBURGH, please click here.
Invited by UPMC Health Plan in Pittsburgh, USA, Dr. Kerzin is leading a workshop series for thousands of UPMC nurses. Click to read the article on Dr. Kerzin and AIMI's involvement in Pittsburgh
During this very recent TV interview on KDKA-TV in Pittsburgh, Dr. Kerzin talks about the importance of staying in the present moment, alongside other very important topics such as emotional hygiene and healthy self-confidence. Click to view the full interview
The newly released book No Fear-No Death by AIMI founder Dr. Barry Kerzin contains rich ideas and simple suggestions on living and dying well. Dr. Barry Kerzin bridges East and West in a unique way. He is a western-trained doctor who went to India on an [...]
As appeared on THE PAIN PROJECT by AIMI founder Barry Kerzin, MD Part 8 - Singing the Blues We’ve talked around depression, discussing anger, hopelessness, anxiety, and fear, but we’ve not directly mentioned it. Yet a common friend of chronic pain is often depression. We can [...]
As appeared on THE PAIN PROJECT by AIMI founder Barry Kerzin, MD Part 7 - Feeling Grateful for Taking the Next Breath Gratitude is another important quality to cultivate as it brings peace inside our hearts. Gratitude fosters resilience through calmness, making us better at handling [...]
As appeared on THE PAIN PROJECT by AIMI founder Barry Kerzin, MD Part 6 - Practical Methods to Overcome Anger and Cool Down In order to reduce anger, reflecting on the disadvantages cultivates conviction, strengthening our resolve to practice tolerance. This is the same as dealing [...]
As appeared on THE PAIN PROJECT by AIMI founder Barry Kerzin, MD Part 5 - Transforming Negativity Through Mindful Inner Work Regarding the emotional component of chronic pain, it is important to work on combating negativity, cynicism, doubt, and suspicion. This type of inner work often [...]