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The Future of Psychiatry by Scott Shannon, MD

A schizophrenic person living in the United States today have significantly lower outcomes compared to those who are lived during the 1930s. More people at today are struggling when it comes to dealing with addiction, mental illness and having a dysfunctional system. Which gives us reason to believe that we need to find a new… Read More

Nutritional Supplements for Child and Adolescent Mental Health by Noshene Ranjbar, MD & Amelia Villagomez, MD

Survey done to youth between the age of 7-17 shows that many people are looking for nutraceuticals. Dr. Amelia Villagomez expresses that during monitoring having an abnormal elevated calcium concentration with a Vitamin D deficiency could be because of hypercalcemic disorder that results in hyperparathyroidism which you would want to address instead of giving additional… Read More

Why I practice integrative psychiatry

I’ve been in practice as a psychiatrist for almost 20 years now. When I finished my training, my tool kit was essentially no different from what trainees today are provided with: a good deal of information about how to prescribe our medications for depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, and psychosis, along with a bit of training… Read More

Love for the Amygdala

Mind experiences reality through ordinary and non-ordinary perception. Brain, however, is limited in perception to the 5 ordinary senses: sight, sound, smell, taste, touch. Non-ordinary perceptions include dream imagery, gut feelings, intuition, synchronicities, and deja vu, for example. Shamanic journeying and other deliberately-induced hypnotic trance states such as ketamine-assisted psychotherapy, with skillful guidance, can also… Read More