Keynote Speakers
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Day 1:
Dr. Margarita Castro-Zarraga, MD 
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Day 2:
Dr. Consuelo Corazon Cagande, MD, DFAPA, DFAACAP   
DAY 1
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Dr. Margarita Castro-Zarraga, MD 
Dr. Marga Zarraga was selected as the 2021 Family Physician of the Year by the Massachusetts Academy of Family Physicians. She is a wellness advocate, family physician, and life coach. In addition to her coaching, she runs her medical practice, General Personal Primary Care - a pioneering direct primary care practice committed to delivering high quality relationship-based care to communities in Massachusetts.

Founder & Wellness Physician Coach, Marga Zarraga, MD

Founder & Primary Care Physician, Genera Health Direct

Former Medical Director & Subacute Hospitalist, LifeCare Center of the South Shore

Collaborating Physician, CVS Minute Clinic

Adjunct Assistant Professor of Family Medicine and Community Health,University of Massachusetts Medical School

Family Medicine Residency, The Brooklyn Hospital Center (2009-2012)

Visiting House Staff, Department of Internal Medicine, NYU Langone Medical Center (2010-2011)

Junior Clinical Fellowship in Cardiac Surgery, Brigham & Women’s Hospital (2008-2009)

Doctor of Medicine, University of the Philippines College of Medicine (2000-2005)
DAY 2
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Dr. Consuelo Corazon Cagande, MD, DFAPA, DFAACAP   
Dr. Cagande received her medical degree from Cebu Institute of Medicine, in Cebu, Philippines. She trained in General Psychiatry at the Robert Wood Johnson Medical School/Cooper University Hospital in Camden, NJ and Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Fellowship at Johns Hopkins University Hospital, Maryland. She was a Residency Training Director for 12 years, a Psychiatry Medical School Course and Clerkship Director at Cooper Medical School of Rowan University, New Jersey. She has been an invited speaker nationally and internationally, published articles, authored book chapters, and editor of a textbook on Positive Psychiatry, Psychology and Psychotherapy. She is an American Psychiatric Association Area 3 Assembly Representative. She is currently an Associate Professor of Psychiatry at Perelman School of Medicine of University of Pennsylvania, Division Chief of Community Care and Wellness and Senior Associate Program Director and Fellowship Advisor in the Department of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Her main areas of interest are anxiety disorders, trauma, medical education, integrated behavioral health and access to care issues. She is married to an Anesthesiologist and has two daughters, a fashion designer and a teenager who competes as a fencer and does Tik Tok.