Dr. Johnny Lops. Who we are is a constant. Our careers paths change as well as our skills sets and experience.

Who we are is a constant. Our careers paths change as well as our skills sets and experience. Todays guest, Dr. Johnny Lops Psychiatrist brings both his medical and his various “lives” outside of being a physician experience to our program.

He is committed to the pursuit of implementing, educating, and advocating for diet, exercise, and healthy living into his patient’s and his reader’s lives.

As a Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist in Brooklyn, NY, clinical instructor of Psychiatry for the Adult Residency Program at Maimonides Medical Center, and Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at the New York College of Osteopathic Medicine, He has extensive clinical experience. He has been published in various psychiatric journals and was interviewed for the prestigious New England Journal of Medicine for his various “lives” outside of being a physician. His fourteen years experience as an actor, stand up comedian, and improviser make him extremely valuable for marketing, media and speaking opportunities

Dr. Lops is Board Certified in Adult Psychiatry and Child and Adolescent Psychiatry.

Dr. Lops is a Professor of Psychiatry for NYCOM and at the residency training program at Maimonides Medical Center.

Follow his blog, Facebook, and Twitter accounts for the most up to date recommended advice, articles, and experiences

http://www.drjohnnylops.com/
Office Number 718-744-8657
http://www.drjohnnylops.com/blog

http://www.blogtalkradio.com/strategiesofsuccess/2015/01/06/dr-johnny-lops-what-defines-you-three-actionable-ideas-to-find-out-who-you-are

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