COMING OCTOBER 3, 2023
The new book by The Foundation for Art & Healing Founder, Jeremy Nobel, MD
Available for pre-order now!
Insight into our new world of loneliness that offers solace, hope, and solutions.
Dr. Nobel leverages many voices, from pioneering researchers, to leaders in business, education, the arts, and health care, to the lived experience of lonely people of every age, background, and circumstance. He discovers that the pandemic isolated us in ways that were not only physical, and that, at its core, a true sense of loneliness results from a disconnection to the self. He clarifies how meaningful reconnection can be nourished and sustained. And he reveals that an important component of the healing process is engaging in creativity. Make things!
Supportive, clear-eyed, and comforting, this is the book we will take into our new normal and rely on for years to come.
About The Author: Our Founder
Jeremy Nobel, M.D., MPH, is a primary-care physician, public health practitioner, and award-winning poet with faculty appointments at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health and the Harvard Medical School. He is the founder and president of The Foundation for Art & Healing, whose signature initiative, Project UnLonely, addressing the personal and public health challenges of loneliness and social isolation, has gained national visibility.
- How the loneliness epidemic impacts our individual and collective health, and what you can do about it
- The science behind how creativity connects us
- More about the different types of loneliness, the territories of loneliness, and the “pyramid of vulnerability”
- The three things that matter most in alleviating loneliness
“By accepting loneliness as a useful bodily distress signal, it is possible to accept the pangs of loneliness as invitations to explore and grow.”
– Project UnLonely: Healing Our Crisis of Disconnection
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Our Founder and President, Jeremy Nobel, MD, MPH, is one of the country’s foremost experts on the use of creative expression to address public health issues such as loneliness and today’s epidemic of loneliness. To read more about his background, you can visit his website. For media requests or inquiries about Dr. Nobel, please contact us through the below button.