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‘Music and the Mind’ returns to benefit Linden Oaks on May 19, 2023


Above / “Music and the Mind” again will benefit Linden Oaks Behavioral Health, located on the Edward Hospital campus in Naperville. Featuring Richard Kogan, MD, master pianist and distinguished psychiatrist, the performance at the Marriott Naperville is devoted to the music and mind of Leonard Bernstein. (PN File Photo)

Richard Kogan, MD (PN File Photo)

Linden Oaks Behavioral Health will host “Music and the Mind” beginning at 5PM on Friday, May 19, at the Marriott Naperville, 1801 N. Naper Blvd. The event is designed to bring attention and resources to mental health awareness and treatment. 

“Music and the Mind” will feature a musical performance by Richard Kogan, MD, master pianist and distinguished psychiatrist, as he performs a lecture and recital devoted to the music and mind of Leonard Bernstein.

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The event will feature cocktails from 5-6PM dinner from 6-6:45PM and Dr. Kogan’s performance from 6:45-8:15PM.

Tickets, which are $150 (through April 7 – $175 after), include an opportunity to mingle with guests and Dr. Kogan after the show.

Proceeds from “Music and the Mind” will fund programs, services and capital needs for the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of mental illnesses and substance abuse through Linden Oaks, a provider of complex services for severe mood, personality, eating, anxiety and addictive disorders.

For more information about “Music and the Mind” and to make a reservation, visit www.eehealth.org/loh.

Linden Oaks 24/7 Help Line / (630) 305-5027

For more information about Linden Oaks, visit www.lindenoaks.org. For immediate assistance and a free and confidential behavioral health assessment, call the Linden Oaks 24/7 Help Line at (630) 305-5027.

Report submitted by Keith Hartenberger, System Director, Media Relations, for NorthShore – Edward-Elmhurst Health.

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