Learn about the work of Howard Schubiner by watching this Documentary online. A Q&A with Howard Schubiner and the film’s director Kent Basset was recorded during our live event in the Forest Lighthouse in Brussels.
Dr. Schubiner is known as a national expert in ADHD in adolescents and adults as well as mindfulness meditation and stress reduction. He was included in the 2003-2004, 2005-2006 and 2007-2008 lists of the Best Doctors in America. He has authored over 60 publications in scientific journals and books and performed research in the fields of adolescent health, ADHD and stress reduction. He is the founder and director of the Mind Body Medicine Program at Providence Hospital. This program uses the most current research methodologies to treat individuals who suffer from the Mind Body Syndrome (MBS) or Tension Myositis Syndrome (TMS).
Kent Bassett is an Emmy-nominated editor and filmmaker. He directed This Might Hurt (Austin Film Festival), a feature documentary about chronic pain and a radical new treatment. His most recent work as editor is Not Going Quietly (Tribeca) about health care activist Ady Barkan. He edited Standing Up (DOC NYC) about three unlikely aspiring comedians, as well as the Emmy-nominated Personal Statement (AFI Docs, PBS World Channel), about youth leaders fighting to bring their peers to college. He has a BA in history from Swarthmore College, and an MFA in film production from Chapman University. His narrative work includes the short film, "The Line" (Brooklyn film festival), and "A Period Piece" (SXSW).