Integrative Mental Health: What is it?
"Integrative" mental health starts with the basic foundation of wellbeing and works with the most effective techniques harvested from all over the world. 40 min webinar + a few articles +short vids.
Integrative mental health is a recent advance in mental health care. Like holistic psychiatry it attends to body, mind and spirit; but, "Integrative" also brings you the most effective treatments from all cultures. It goes beyond the limitations of psychiatric medications and may replace the need for them. It includes the responsible use of psychedelic-assisted therapy.
At your convenience. Anytime. With no limit.
All online. Presentation includes practical remedies and lots of cartoons, a 39-minute slide show, recommended books, websites, and many other resources and contacts.
We adhere to: Simplest is often best
You will find value in: What’s been tried and true continues to be true over time.
Mostly--you will feel inspired. It's all doable.
Best of all:
You will get perspective on the mythologies underlying the effectiveness of psychiatric medications and enter into the world of effective non-drug treatments for mental health issues. Although drugs do have their time and place, and can even save lives, we suggest you start caring for yourself in more natural ways that are highly effective before turning to the drugs that can disrupt brain function and may have very severe side-effects. They simply don't work for all people.
There is no charge. However, if you find value in it, please consider giving IMHU a donation. We are a charitable organization and depend on student registration fees and donations to continue with our service. Any donations made are tax-deductible. Click on imhu.org/contributions to learn more.
This course is not a replacement for a qualified personal health advisor. Should you or a loved one be in a personal crisis please consult a qualified health professional to address your unique needs.
I enjoyed this course. Very informative.
I enjoyed this course. Very informative.Read Less
It is wonderful to get a breath of fresh air when speaking about health. I love this approach and found this course to be very informative thank you!
It is wonderful to get a breath of fresh air when speaking about health. I love this approach and found this course to be very informative thank you!Read Less
i enjoyed the presentation and info including links and suggested readings. the injection of humor was appreciated too. thank you, stay safe.
i enjoyed the presentation and info including links and suggested readings. the injection of humor was appreciated too. thank you, stay safe.Read Less
I'm so grateful this information and your service is available.
I'm so grateful this information and your service is available.Read Less
Dr. Pam Shervanick, a psychiatrist, gives two webinars and shares two pre-recorded Q&A teleconferences about nutrients that help overcome Depression, Anxiety, Bipolar, and Psychosis/ Schizophrenia. Practical, detailed information.(1) 3.0 average rating
Learn about the new ways psychosis is being defined. You may discover that label is no longer appropriate--and mental healthcare providers are behind a whole new perspective on labeling and treating this "extreme state".(8) 5.0 average rating
Lila Massoumi is an influential psychiatrist who is Chair of the American Psychiatric Association Caucus on Complementary & Integrative Psychiatry. Watch a 75 min webinar with her as well as a 75 min Q&A session with previous participants.
Jill Leigh is Director of the Institute for Energy Healing in Portland, OR. This 84 min. webinar gives effective metaphysical aspects of grounding--especially useful for empaths and sensitives who find it hard to stay grounded. 1.5 CEs available
Sign up for the IMHU newsletter and get info on newest courses, blogs and more!