biopsychosocial model

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Treatment Resistance and the Biopsychosocial Model

According to the biopsychosocial model, mental health and wellness exists at the intersection between our biology, our psychology, and our environment.

Not Getting Better? Insist Upon The Biopsychosocial Model (Part 5)

Begin to Untangle Your Life Perhaps, like Sandra, you lost a parent at a young age; or have a loved one...

Not Getting Better? Insist Upon The Biopsychosocial Model (Part 4)

The Conclusion of Sandra’s Story Sandra began to reveal her deep feelings of guilt over attending school in a distant city...

Not Getting Better? Insist Upon The Biopsychosocial Model (Part 3)

The Role of Genetic Testing Under The Biopsychosocial Model Despite the fact that Sandra was in crisis and desperately longed for...

Not Getting Better? Insist Upon The Biopsychosocial Model (Part 2)

Sandra’s Story Last week I introduced you to The Biopsychosocial Model and Sandra, a young physician suffering from depression and anxiety...

Not Getting Better? Insist Upon The Biopsychosocial Model (Part 1)

The Biopsychosocial Model Almost half of the new patients that come to our practice have been recently treated by two or...

The Psychiatrist as Psychotherapist

Those psychiatrists trained in “The Golden Age of Psychiatry” received intensive training in various modalities of psychotherapy, such as psychodynamic, cognitive-behavioral, and family systems; as well as learning the science of psychopharmacology. These fortunate physicians are able to evaluate and treat the whole person, including the ability to address biological, psychological, social/environmental, and existential issues throughout the course of therapy with their clients, according to the Biopsychosocial Model.

Your Mighty Moody Microbiome – Part 1
Your Microbiome – An “Invasion of the Body Snatchers”?

In our new series, “Your Mighty Moody Microbiome,” you will learn how the DNA in these microorganisms is an extremely important “manufacturing plant” that also helps regulate the DNA in your body’s cells, and how you can use that information to improve your emotional health.