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Tyler Woods believes in a holistic approach to mental health care. That is because it does much more than just manage symptoms, it's an approach that emphasizes the interrelationship between mind, body, and spirit and can be any form of practice that is outside the realm of conventional western medicine. Holistic mental health and healing is an ongoing journey of discovery and ultimately is about living better, being healthier, and striving for wholeness and will offer great insight on this ...
 
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Bariatric surgery is an effective tool for long-term weight loss in patients with obesity; however, There seems to be a huge taboo with the medical profession with weight loss surgery and mental health. It's important for all patients to receive counseling before and after weight-loss surgery and afterward to set realistic expectations and learn to…
 
Every few years a new psychological term enters popular consciousness and is misused and misunderstood. This year’s term is “Narcissist.” It now seems that “Narcissist” is now a catch-all for anyone who’s wronged us. The term has been misused and overused so flagrantly that it’s now all but meaningless when it comes to labeling truly destructive te…
 
Join Tyler Woods Ph.D. as she talks about dysfunctional families. She explains how a family is dysfunctional if they regularly experience conflict, misbehavior, or abuse in a way that creates harm. The impacts of growing up in a dysfunctional family can be long-lasting. However, it doesn't have to determine your destiny and you can learn to heal. J…
 
Join Dr Tyler Woods as she talks about narcissists. She is very active in recovery with narcissistic people. She believes narcissists aren’t looking for friends or family rather they’re looking for obedient admirers. She explains that narcissists crave admiration and attention like a junkie crave their drug. Attention is their drug of choice. Narci…
 
Join Dr Tyler Woods as she talks about a real new issues called Fear of Missing Out (FOMO). It is an anxiety over the idea that other people might be having fulfilling experiences without you. FOMO often originates in unhappiness and low self-esteem, anxiety disorder and higher levels of fear of missing out. The problem with FOMO is the individuals…
 
Join Tyler Woods as she talks long distance to author and healer Ne Wolf about Psychoneuroimmunology or Pni. PNI researchers study how your emotions and thoughts impact your brain, hormones, and nervous system and also your immune system's ability to protect you. It can also work the other way - changes in the immune and endocrine systems create ch…
 
Should people in recovery from alcohol or drugs use medical marijuana? For people in recovery, there is a big difference between needs vs. wants. For a person in a normal healthy state, there is no need to take a substance with mind-altering components… that would be considered a “want.” However, for people in recovery who have health issues, surge…
 
Random acts of kindness and expressing gratitude can go a long way in improving your mental health. Science confirms that pro-social behaviors generate positive moods, particularly in people with anxiety or depression. By doing something nice for someone else, you’re also helping yourself at the same time. Join Dr Tyler Woods as she talks about kin…
 
Buddhism is becoming popular in western countries for a number of reasons and mental health providers around the world are now discovering to be both very advanced and effective. Western psychology adopts the attitude that the individual must be “helped”. Eastern psychology has a more holistic perspectives and recognizes that life is a universal pr…
 
We all know a pathological liar and we all want to try to confront these people and you can try to confront them in a gentle kind way however these type people have a way with making everyone see you the confronter as the crazy one. The key thing to remember is take care of you. The pathological liars is cunning and baffling and they have followers…
 
Join Tyler Woods today as she talks about how mainstream psychology attempts to fix mental health problems with medication while holistic mental health attempts to cure them with diet, nutritional supplements and changes in lifestyle. The hallmark in the holistic mental health approach is that each person is treated according to their unique needs.…
 
Join Dr. Tyler Woods as she talks about emotions and how they can bridge our thoughts, feelings, and actions are there to let us know how things are going in our lives. When our emotions are positive and free flowing, meaning allowing emotions to be felt and expressed with out resistance then it raises the movement within the cells of our bodies an…
 
Life is messy. Life is a strange melody of events and emotions. Some are good, some are hurtful. We have no real control over it, but we do have control over how we react. The more we accept emotional pain as a natural part of our life, the more emotional freedom we come to find when we are faced with hurt and soon we learn to find peace in the hur…
 
Taking responsibility is very tough because often times an abundance of shame comes with that. It’s easy to point the finger at others, it is tougher to point the finger back at ourselves. When we refuse to look at our own behaviors, we tend to cast them on others. Blame keeps us stuck in the same patterns. Tyler points out that when you blame othe…
 
Do you have any difficult people in your life? People who easily hurt with words? They appear defensive so they put you on the defensive. Do you have to watch every word you say around certain people for fear you will set off some trigger in them that causes them to lash out in anger. When you don’t heal, you hurt, you hurt others. Listen and learn…
 
It is important to understand that an accurate diagnosis is life-saving and many doctors often do not take enough time with patients to get to the root cause of their issues. Some people are extremely surprised that there are so many medical conditions that mimic depression. Many people on put on antidepressants for a medical condition because doct…
 
It is now said that a micromanager is considered a bully. What is micromanaging and how do we deal with it? When a person decides to micromanage, there are prolonged and repeated hostile behaviors conducted by at least one person toward one or more individuals when they are unable to resolve their conflicts in non-hostile manners and can causing pr…
 
Tyler Woods Phd examines what holistic mental health is. She talks about how it offers a drug free way to feel better. Holistic Mental Health looks beyond medications and helps the client connect with alternative mental health therapies like health, nutrition, spirituality, supplements, and can help change lifestyle habits to achieve optimal psycho…
 
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