“Cultivating sound and balanced mental health is an ongoing practice that we must commit to each and every day. By attending to our moment-by-moment thoughts, emotions, sensations, and actions, we can support ourselves in navigating the inevitable challenges that life brings us.”
Dr. Monisha Vasa is a board-certified psychiatrist and wellness consultant who is devoted to promoting mental and emotional well-being. Based in Newport Beach, California, she operates a private practice where she applies her extensive training from Northwestern University, the University of Illinois, and Cedars-Sinai Medical Center.
Beyond her practice, Dr. Vasa serves as a wellness consultant for UC Irvine and City of Hope National Cancer Center, providing mental health support for physicians. She co-founded Sustainable Caring, a burnout prevention program, and InWord, a reflective writing company promoting mindfulness and creativity. She also co-hosts a podcast, “More Happiness, Less Suffering“, and has penned multiple books, the latest being SALVE: Words for the Journey.
Dr. Vasa’s commitment to mental health, well-being, and mindfulness is evident in both her professional initiatives and personal practices, such as yoga and meditation.
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