In part 2 of this series, we continue the conversation with Dr. Daniel Emina about the use of SPECT brain scans in studying blood flow patterns that correlate with symptom clusters. Listen in as we dive a little deeper and talk about the process used to analyze data from SPECT scans to help create treatment plans for patients experiencing mental illness symptoms.Listen to Episode
In today’s episode, we have the timely opportunity to discuss Colorado Proposition 122 with one of its co-authors, attorney Josh Kappel. The Natural Medicine Health Act of Colorado would create a pathway to legalize psilocybin therapy in Colorado, and contains some very interesting nuances that make this initiative revolutionary and distinct from other state initiatives. We’ll talk about what this means for therapists, practitioners, and other facilitators. Join us as we dig into the details with drug policy reform advocate and founding partner of Vicente Sederberg law firm, Josh Kappel.Listen to Episode
In this episode, we sit down with Dr. Daniel Emina, Psychiatrist and Associate Medical Director at Amen Clinics, to discuss SPECT brain scans and the role that this revolutionary technology has in the field of integrative psychiatry. During this two-part series we’ll talk about the advantages of SPECT brain scans and even some of the controversy surrounding this type of imaging.Listen to Episode
In today’s episode, we discuss the new & exciting developments that are happening in Oregon, surrounding the Ballot Measure 109, which refers to the regulatory licensing and use of psilocybin products and services. Listen in as we go over details of this new Oregon law as we understand it, the risks and advantages of psilocybin as a therapeutic model, and a somewhat similar initiative that will be on Colorado’s ballot this coming November.Listen to Episode
In today’s episode, we’re joined by renowned speaker and bestselling author, Dr. Gabor Maté, to discuss his latest book entitled “The Myth of Normal: Trauma, Illness and Healing in a Toxic Culture”. Listen in as we discuss some of the highlights of the book, including the causes of illness, the effect that toxic culture has on our minds and bodies, and a pathway to health and healing.Listen to Episode
Money and mental health. It’s a topic that isn’t discussed as often as it should be, especially in the practice of psychotherapy.
In today’s episode, we sit down with financial therapist and author of, “The Art of Money”, Bari Tessler to discuss the psychology of money and where many money habits come from. Bari will also share few techniques that you can use to help your clients or patients, and even yourself, create a more mindful and meaningful relationship with money.Listen to Episode
What exactly is trauma? How many people actually carry trauma in their bodies? How do we know the actual source of our trauma’s when it’s not a specific event that happened? What if the source of one’s trauma is intergenerational—passed down from previous generations?
In today’s episode, we take a deeper look at these difficult questions that need answers in order to heal on the personal and collective level in society.Listen to Episode
As a society we have become more and more disconnected with nature. This phenomenon and the psychological and physical stress it has placed on many of us is referred to as Nature-Deficit Disorder. It’s a growing problem that was only heightened by the pandemic. Nature can regulate the nervous system in ways that are difficult to attain otherwise. Nature is truly food for the soul.
In today’s episode we’ll dive deep into a discussion on the correlation between nature and mental health, and discuss our personal experiences with nature’s healing power.Listen to Episode