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With Humility I was invited to speak at the Dalai Lama’s Men Tsee Khang’s 8th Body Mind Life Conference

I am humbled to announce that I am traveling to India to speak at the Dalai Lama’s Body Mind Life Conference, “Nurturing Children’s Mental Health.” 9/30/18 & 10/1/18 Dharmshala, India.  Here is the description of my talk: Children’s mental health is one of the most important topics to be discussing as ONE HUMANITY. Did you […]

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Can you say #RAWRRR?

 RAWRRR!                             Did I really let out an inviting cat call “Rawrrr” as a guest on Clean Eating Dirty Sex when discussing “spicing up” relationships? I did. Oh my… I feel like I lost my virginity on air Did it feel good? Yes. Scary? Yes. When we are out of our comfort zone WE grow […]

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Supporting Loved Ones with Addiction

  Facebook Twitter YouTube Pinterest Supporting Loved Ones with Addiction Thursday, August 30 Lisa – We hear a lot about the “opioid epidemic,” and while it certainly is of significant concern, there are many other types of addictions people struggle with every day. Alcohol, gambling, smoking, shopping, sex, food… the list is open-ended.As difficult as […]

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Peak Mind Performance

On my podcast this week I spoke to licensed psychologist Dr. Steve Hannant about “conditioning the mind for success!” I think that is a goal for our children, teens, and adults – don’t you? Dr. Steve had an amazing training experience in psychology that included a unique blend of East meets West mental health mentors. […]

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Spirit – Mind – Body

I am grateful as a doctor to be living at a time when the Mind, Body, Spirit paradigm shift has been introduced and embraced by many. I honor and thank the Pioneers of Integrative Medicine that have paved the way for succeeding generations. The “humanistic relationship” and therapeutic trust between my patients and myself has […]

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Embrace Your Neurostyle

We are living at an amazing time in history. Truly. Our understanding that we are multidimensional beings is just starting to become part of the mainstream vernacular. We all perceive and process our environment in our own unique way. An awareness of our own unique “neurostyle’’ allows us to thrive throughout our lifetime. When working […]

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