Are you ready for a deeper way to address the root cause physiology that leads to symptoms of stress, anxiety, panic, depression, fatigue and general chronic illness?
Discover the power of the Joy Prescription Community to help you create vibrant mental, emotional, physical and spiritual health.
Join Cynthia Libert, M.D., ABFM, ABIHM, IFMCP for a live, virtual workshop introducing the Joy Prescription for holistic mental health support.
Wednesday, March 17, 2021 from 10:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. EST
There ARE options for people to recover their mental health in a holistic way. Become empowered with knowledge and practical tools to build your resilience.
Discover the new paradigm that is replacing the “match the label with the drug” approach of conventional psychiatry. Dr. Libert will cover the following topics:
You will also receive a special invitation from Dr. Libert to join the Joy Prescription Community for support, fellowship and education at the unique intersection of neuroscience, functional medicine, and Christian spirituality.
Dr. Libert’s passion is helping people transform their health and reach their full potential. Her goal is to identify the root cause of symptoms, and use the most gentle, natural solutions to bring the body back into balance. She takes a holistic, systems biology approach, utilizing the best of modern medical diagnostics/treatments, as well as natural remedies. She is a life-long learner and student of functional medicine, Scripture, neuroscience, medical herbalism, epigenetics and using food as medicine.
Her areas of special interest include: optimizing mood and brain function, the gut microbiome, cardiometabolic health, detoxification, thyroid, adrenal and sex hormone balance.
Dr. Libert is an M.D., Institute for Functional Medicine Certified Practitioner, American Board of Integrative Holistic Medicine, American Board of Family Medicine and Licensed by Drug Enforcement Agency. She is fully licensed to practice medicine in the States of Georgia and North Carolina.
She studied with world renowned neuroscientist, Dr. Dale Bredesen, M.D., at the Buck Institute for Research on Aging in Novato, California and at the Advanced Clinical Training in Treating Mild Cognitive Impairment and Early Alzheimer’s Disease with the Institute for Functional Medicine.
She enjoys jogging, hiking, cooking, growing culinary/medicinal herbs and spending time in nature. She lives near Asheville, North Carolina in the Appalachian Mountains with her husband and three daughters.