Celebrating the Season With Loved Ones


Clinicians are often busier than usual during the holidays. How can you find the time to spend quality time with your loved ones?


In this series, Holiday Traditions, we asked clinicians to share their favorite holiday traditions from both past and present. Here’s how they answered.

Spending time with friends and family is important, but finding time to do so is not always easy, especially during the holiday season. In this special Holiday Traditions Mental Health Minute, Roueen Rafeyan, MD, DFAPA, FASAM, shares how he handles the increased workload during this time of year and finds joy in celebrating the season with loved ones.

Dr Rafeyan is chief medical officer of the Gateway Foundation and an assistant professor of psychiatry at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine in Chicago, Illinois.

Do you have a favorite tradition or activity that you enjoy with your loved ones during the holidays? If so, write to us at PTEditor@MMHGroup.com for a chance to be featured in our Holiday Traditions series.

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