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Thinking Beyond Pharmacological Treatments of Mental Health

Robert Hedaya on the Physical Factors that Can Affect Mental Health

Problems with digestion and the immune system, inflammation, vitamin deficiencies, hormone imbalances, environmental chemicals—all are inter-related, and their impact on mental health is increasingly recognized.

A lot of the credit for this understanding goes to Robert Hedaya—founder of a new integrated approach to mental health called Whole Psychiatry. My recent conversation with Robert—part of our all-new webcast series on psychopharmacology—was an hour full of learning for me, and I think you’ll find his insights compelling and very helpful.

In this quick clip, Bob tells the story of the “a-ha” moment that led to his re-thinking of traditional psychopharmacological approaches. Take two minutes to watch and listen. And please stay tuned; I’ll be sharing more insights from this session in the weeks ahead.

Just click on the frame below to hear from Robert Hedaya.

This video is a taste of what you can expect from our all-new webcast series—Meds: Myths And Realities. It’s designed to demystify the do’s and don’ts of balancing medications and psychotherapy, get you up to date on the latest developments in psychopharmacology, and introduce you to proven alternatives to traditional approaches.

You’ll learn practical strategies for matching clients with appropriate interventions, how to work effectively prescribing physicians, and more. Join us for 5 stimulating sessions featuring recognized experts in the field—Caroline Williams, John Preston, Ron Taffel, Robert Hedaya, and Steven Dubovsky.

Meds: Myths And Realities
Everything Therapists Need to Know About

This All-New Webcast Series Begins Wednesday, May 1
Get all the details here!

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2 Responses to Thinking Beyond Pharmacological Treatments of Mental Health

  1. Aileen Pidgeon says:

    I am experiencing difficulty viewing the video. The screen comes up blank with an X in the corner. Any tips on how to overcome this issue would be appreciated. With thanks Aileen

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