Have you ever had an “upset” with someone? Perhaps there is someone in your life that is not talking to you or you aren’t talking to? Many patients mention these situations to me, stating that their families are “dysfunctional”. What most of my patients don’t know is that I have had the same experience with my family and friends.
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The movie “Feed your Head” was watched in Calgary – and this video shows Dr. Bjorndal answering questions on the spot after the film viewing. The movie is about psychiatrists Abram Hoffer and Humphry Osmond met in Saskatchewan in 1951, and embarked on a quest to do what traditional psychiatry deemed impossible: to find a cure for schizophrenia.
This time of year has different meaning to many depending on your religious or spiritual background. Two years ago, I
wrote an article called “The Healing is in the Feeling” and this article is a follow-up to that. In the first article, I talk about
really feeling our feelings – both good and bad, happy and sad, painful or not – in order for true healing to occur.
Orthomolecular Medicine can be an effective treatment for mental and emotional health issues such as depression and
anxiety – especially if they’re caused by hormonal or chemical imbalances in the body.
I wanted to share something that might be a little “out there” with you about one of my views about depression and mental
illness. One view I have is modeled after the “western” or “scientific” view th
The reason I became a Naturopathic Doctor (ND) is simple: I was sick and tired of being tired and sick. I had a high profile job reporting to a high profile CEO in the investment management industry and had been diagnosed with several health challenges: cancer, depression, anxiety, and high blood pressure due to stress.
When talking to my mom the other day, we were having a discussion about our family dynamics with particular reference to the current season of Christmas. This is often a time when emotions can be running higher than normal for many reasons: expectations, past hurts or disappointments, pressure to see and do too much in a short period of time,