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Balancing Brain Chemistry with Dr William Walsh

Jun 03, 20

Dr Walsh has been educating medical professionals all over the world how to implement his clinically proven and evidence-based methods for restoring imbalances in neurochemical pathways

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Postnatal Care and Wellness with Julie Cottle

Jan 15, 20

In this episode, Naturopath and Certified Lactation Consultant Julie Cottle shares how best to support the health and wellness of new mothers during the postnatal period.

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Oct 09, 19

So how exactly do happiness, positivity, and socialization improve health? They profoundly influence stress levels, inflammation, and the release of feel-good chemicals, all of which play roles in autoimmune management.

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Oct 08, 19

Your inner world deeply affects all aspects of your physical health, including function of the immune system, brain, hormones, and so on. Simply put, positivity makes for better health.

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Dialectical Behaviour Therapy and Art Psychotherapy for Mental Health with Megan Shiell

May 08, 19

How familiar are you with borderline personality disorder? Have you heard of Dialectical Behaviour? In this podcast, we talk to Megan Shiells about this therapy and when you might refer clients for care.

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Apr 02, 19

Want to learn how to incorporate evidence-based integrative medicine into therapies for depression and anxiety? This workshop is for you. 

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Tackling Teenage Mental Health with Dr Adrian Lopresti

Mar 13, 19

Dr Adrian Lopresti has both reviewed current evidence and plans to conduct further research into CM's in teenage mental health. Today we pick his brains about working integratively with youth in mental health.

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Feb 15, 19

A 2014 study published in The Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health concluded that middle-aged men are more likely to experience premature death due to worrying and frequent arguing with partners, relatives, friends and neighbours. The study, which sampled nearly 10,000 men and women, showed that men who experienced frequent stressful social situations such as worries and demands from their spouses and children had a 50-100% increased mortality risk.[1]

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