Jan Newman MD (bio)

Learn Stress Reduction through the Art, Science and Medicine of Connection

Contact:Dr. Jan Newman
Mailing Address: 3436 Mountain Dr, Clinton, Montana, United States of America 59825
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Medicine for Modern Man

Fields of Interest:

Spirituality/Religion, Stress Management

Most Requested Topics/Programs:

  • Heart-Brain Connection
  • Stress Management
  • Attaining Balance

Recent Engagements:

  • Cleveland Clinic Heart Brain Summit Fall 2010
  • AAPB Attaining Balance Symposia
  • Spirituality and Health Symposia
  • Role of Oxytocin Short course
Length of presentation:variable, can be 30 to weekend workshop
Travels From:Missoula MT
Travel Limits:none
Target Audience:Any
Target Audience - Other:health care, educators, business
AV Requirements:Powerpoint projector, good audio


Dr. Jan Newman MD,MA,FASC, FICS, ABIHM graduated from medical school at SUNY Downstate Medical Center with Honors. She received her surgical training at UTMB Galveston and the University of Vermont. She is also board certified by the American Board of Integrative and Holistic Medicine. She has studied and practiced meditation, Yoga, Buddhism and biofeedback in the U.S and in India for over 30 years. This included studying with multiple spiritual teachers including H.H.The Dalai Lama and other Hindu and Tibetan masters. She returned to the University of Montana to explore the interface of spirituality, the arts and medicine, receiving her Masterís degree in Integrative Arts and Education. She is a poet and photographer and integrates these modalities into her talks. She is planning research on the relationship of psychophysiological status and outcome in patients with heart disease and teaching to promote education and compassion for health and well-being. She has lectured on the role of spirituality in health, the physiology of and mechanisms stress and stress related diseases including the hypothalamic-pituitary axis.
She is on the program committee of the Association of Applied Psychophysiolgy and Biofeedback and President of International Stress Management Association- US branch.

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