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Use Positive Medicine to Revamp Your Life and Grow Your Strengths With Dr. Jordyn Feingold

March 13, 2023

Psychological well-being and physical health are not separate. Your relationships, values, and strengths can help you heal physically and grow emotionally. In this episode, Dr. Jordyn Feingold introduces the concept of Positive Medicine, which supports doctors in integrating positive psychology interventions into their medical practice. Her REVAMP model highlights relationships, engagement, vitality, achievement, meaning, and […]

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Psychological well-being and physical health are not separate. Your relationships, values, and strengths can help you heal physically and grow emotionally. In this episode, Dr. Jordyn Feingold introduces the concept of Positive Medicine, which supports doctors in integrating positive psychology interventions into their medical practice. Her REVAMP model highlights relationships, engagement, vitality, achievement, meaning, and positive emotions as central to your physical and mental well-being. Dr. Diana Hill asks Dr. Feingold some BIG TALK questions and explores how she uses these principles in her stressful life. Listen to learn how to find your strengths, get motivated, and choose growth.

Listen and Learn:

  • The importance of big talk vs. small talk in building connection
  • Some big talk questions you can use to deepen your relationships
  • Why the word self-esteem rubs Diana the wrong way
  • The distinction between grandiose and vulnerable narcissism
  • How imposter syndrome is linked to vulnerable narcissism
  • What is healthy self-esteem
  • What is positive medicine
  • The REVAMP model developed by Dr. Feingold
  • The gut-brain axis in unexplained GI problems

About Dr. Jordyn Feingold

Jordyn H. Feingold, MD, MAPP, MSCR is a resident physician in psychiatry at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai in NYC, well-being researcher, and positive psychology practitioner. Her research and clinical interests involve the brain-gut axis, mind-body approaches to complex medical and psychiatric illness, protecting and promoting health care worker and patient well-being, and incorporating positive psychology approaches into health care delivery. She is co-author of Choose Growth: A Workbook for Transcending Trauma, Fear, and Self-Doubt, with Scott Barry Kaufman.

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