Helpful Resources & Links
Biochemical Individuality and Nutrition
A combination of nutritional, physical, environmental, social, and genetic factors, influence your unique biochemistry including your mental health. Biochemical abnormalities can impair proper brain functioning and alter key levels of neurotransmitters.
William J. Walsh, PhD, FACN – Scientist and expert in the field of nutrient-based psychiatry.
Environmental Safety & EMF Exposure
Toxins in our food, air, land and water supplies have been linked to serious effects on our health including attention problems, sleep issues, anxiety and stress. Reducing your personal exposure to radiation, pesticides, pollution, and toxic substances lowers your risk of both temporary and long-term psychiatric symptoms and illness.
Environmental Working Group - An excellent site for navigating non-toxic consumer choices.
Mindfulness & Meditation
Understanding your body's stress response and learning how to modulate it with your own breath, movement and meditation is a useful skill for handling modern life's challenges, healing trauma, and recovering from illness.
Human Body-Field & Energy Technology
Cutting-edge health technologies have the ability to stimulate the body's own healing response, reduce stress and re-educate parts of the brain and body to create healthier patterns which can lead to a better quality of life.
Our environment, diet, lifestyle and micro-biome influence the way our genes are expressed. Research in the growing field of epigenetics helps us to better understand the roles that DNA, proteins and enzymes play in physical and mental health.
Diet and Gut Health
There are many consequences and correlations between what you eat, how you feel, and how your behave, including the kinds of bacteria that live in your gut. Dr. Shaw promotes eating real, organic food, supplying the body with nutrients that compliment your unique biochemistry.
David Perlmutter, MD – Functional medicine neurologist with an emphasis on the Paleo diet.
Samantha Gilbert – Nutritional therapist who utilizes biochemical individuality as the foundation for dietary choices.
The Candida Diet – Learn about the causes and symptoms of Candida overgrowth, plus how to treat Candida using
probiotics, anti-fungals and a low sugar diet.
Nonviolent Communication (NVC)
Nonviolent Communication (NVC) was originated by Marshall Rosenberg (1934 – 2015) over a period of about 40 years, as he dedicated his life to understanding what separates us and connects us, what brings us to violence and disconnection and what brings us to resolution and peaceful coexistence.
During that time he discovered that when we identify, understand and connect to our universal human needs and values, rather than diagnosing and judging, we have a much greater ability to understand one another in a way that empowers us to resolve conflict with empathy and compassion.