Farewell to the Private Practice, more Mind-Body Groups and Whole Body Mental Health Podcast episodes coming soon!
Dr. Calderón’s Adult Psychiatry Practice has now closed, as of March 1st, 2018. He has taken a position as Medical Director of Behavioral Health for Louisiana with Optum/United Health Group. Thank you for your support through the transition, and please stay tuned! Dr. Calderón will continue to offer mind-body medicine and mindfulness trainings, classes and groups, and will continue to host the Whole Body Mental Health Radio podcast. Subscribe to our mailing list by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org to learn about upcoming events.
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Descending Inward is Dr. Calderón’s reflective new post about his experiences walking the 25 mile Rim-to-Rim hike of the Grand Canyon. Walk with him as he recounts a story of survival, mindfulness, fear and interconnectedness, told from the overlapping perspectives of neuroscience and Buddhist teachings. It is a story depicting the ever-circling forces of life and beauty, in constant entwinement with entropy, fear and death; a story that weaves together the 4.5 billion year journey of the Earth, and the even older journey of the cosmos, with the interdependence of all organisms, then and now, all ancestors, all living beings, each single step.
From Descending Inward:
I looked one last time at my backpack, satisfied, it seemed complete enough. I left the books behind because at this point, there was nothing else they could add except pounds. 2:45 am I looked at my watch and called Liza one last time before entering 14 hours of hiking in mobile phone silence, text silence, off-the-grid silence. Like spaceships traveling behind the moon, in the canyon we would have no reception, a bar-less desert, “I’ll call you when we surface… I love you, send my love to the kids and…thank you for supporting me.” Read More…
Dr. Calderón is board certified in psychiatry and addiction medicine, with an additional certification in mind-body medicine. He offers a number of services and programs through Mindful Psychiatry and through the Mindful Living Program. He also hosts a weekly podcast, Whole Body Mental Health Radio on iTunes, and is an active member of the Climate Psychiatry Alliance.
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