Healthy Boundaries: A Must for Mental Health
November 17, 2021
Hosted by Jonathan Marx, MBA
Let’s have an honest conversation about stress, anxiety and depression. They are not simply symptoms of family history or chemical imbalance. Often Glen Alex has seen in her practice that these expressions of poor mental health are caused by poor, weak, or NO boundaries. She's seen so many cases of how poor boundaries contribute to poor mental health. But saying “No” is not the only boundary you need. The unwillingness to say no, the lack of awareness of harmful people, and unhealthy expectations can lead to anxiety, depression, stress, and overwhelm, which all negatively impact mental AND physical health. Tune in to learn how you can improve your health by developing healthy boundaries, the foundation of mental health and wellness.
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Jonathan Marx, MBA
Since 2001, Mr. Marx has been an entrepreneur in health and medical education as President of InQuill Medical Communications, LLC. During his earlier 20-year corporate career, Mr. Marx was Senior Vice President of Viacom Cable, Vice President Strategy for Pacific Bell Yellow Pages, and President of ISP Channel, one of the first four pioneers in high-speed internet.
Mr. Marx trains the US Centers for Disease Control in medical communications with monthly webinars since 2013. He collaborates with world ADHD experts providing Continuing Medical Education for primary care staff and helpful education for ADHD adults. The program has 445,000 YouTube views and has provided 29,000 hours of professional training.
He works with 18 European University hospitals to disseminate learnings from 4 clinical trials on connections between nutrition, lifestyle, and mental health. He is Webinar Director for eMedEvents, a leading online CME company, hosting online webinars with clients such as Cancer Treatment Centers of America and Philips. He is also President of the Las Vegas Health and Fitness Chamber of Commerce, supporting health professionals.
Mr. Marx teaches medical communications and marketing to professional audiences online. He holds a BA (psychology) and MBA degrees from Stanford University. He has four adult children and lives in Las Vegas, Nevada.