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Harry Zeit MD, Dr. Zeit has been involved in teaching and in creating educational events in the field of psychotherapy and trauma, bringing together physicians and mental health care workers in order to foster dialogue and build bridges between disciplines.


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Dr. Zeit is certified in sensorimotor psychotherapy and currently works full-time practicing trauma therapy and psychotherapy. He previously worked as an American board-certified emergency physician in Cambridge and Toronto, Ontario, between 1983 and 2005 and is currently active in the Medical Psychotherapy Association of Canada.  

Dr. Zeit has been involved in teaching and in creating educational events in the field of psychotherapy and trauma, bringing together physicians and mental health care workers in order to foster dialogue and build bridges between disciplines. He created the Caring for Self while Caring for Others series to meet what he perceived to be a growing need for the medical profession to face challenges around unremitting stress and burnout, and to differentiate these physiology-driven processes from a mental health model which favored treating burnout as anxiety or depression.

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