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Women's Wellness - Cognitive and Mental Wellness Webinar
As women, we know mental health and wellness play a critical role in our overall wellbeing and quality of life. Along with wisdom, the next phase of life can also come with stress, anxiety, depression and chronic pain. Join us for an important discussion on brain health and the steps you can take to protect and improve your mental and overall wellbeing.

Dec 7, 2021 12:00 PM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Rebecca Dunsmoor-Su, M.D., MSCE, NCMP
Medical Director @Swedish Women’s Wellness and Specialty GYN Services
Dr. Rebecca Dunsmoor-Su completed medical school, a masters in clinical epidemiology and her residency training at the Univ. of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia. She moved to Seattle in 2005 and was Assistant Professor of OBGYN at UW until 2013 when she began working at Swedish. She is the medical director for menopause at Swedish and a full spectrum gynecologist. Dr. Dunsmoor-Su is also a national expert in the use of telemedicine for menopause care.
Nancy Isenberg, M.D., MPH, FAAN, DipABLM
Medical Director @Center for Healthy Aging/Neurology - Swedish Neuroscience Institute
Dr. Nancy Isenberg completed both medical school and her residency at Columbia University before spending a fellowship year at Cornell University. As a neurologist, she offers evidence-based, comprehensive treatments to her patients with Alzheimer’s Disease, dementia and other cognitive disorders along with resources to support them and their families.
Veronika Zantop, MD
Medical Director @Reproductive Mental Health, Center for Perinatal Bonding and Support
After attending medical school at the University of California, San Francisco, Dr. Veronika Zantop moved to Seattle for a residency at the University of Washington in family medicine, then psychiatry. At Swedish, her work as a psychiatrist includes a special interest in supporting expecting and new mothers experiencing mental health challenges and substance abuse.