Blog on the Range

PUFAs for Anxiety: The Evidence to Date


I have had tremendous success using omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFAs) to treat everything from anxiety to depression and psychosis. However, keep in mind that the quality absolutely matters, as does the specific constituents of the supplement. Treatment with omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFAs) may decrease symptoms of anxiety in patients with a range of conditions, [...]

PUFAs for Anxiety: The Evidence to Date2018-10-27T23:32:25+00:00

Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy Group Seminar


“Each morning we are born again. What we do today is what matters most.” - Buddha What if a simple shift in perspective moment by moment – especially in those moments that are tough or frightening, or discouraging – could make all the difference? What if it could give your life back to you, in [...]

Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy Group Seminar2018-10-24T20:25:46+00:00

Start Your Own Telepsychiatry Private Practice!


We are excited to now offer consultative services to psychiatrists who are interested in starting their own telepsychiatry private practice. For a limited time, we are offering a comprehensive package for only $599 that includes: One hour video consultation with Dr. Campbell Access to documentation that covers many aspects of starting a telepsychiatry private [...]

Start Your Own Telepsychiatry Private Practice!2018-10-11T17:53:27+00:00

Group Therapy Now Available!


We are very excited to offer group therapy (for patients age 17 and older) at Free Range Psychiatry! We hope to be able to offer a more affordable (and very effective!) therapy option to all of our patients. We will be starting our first group on Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) on Saturday, December 1st at 2:00 PM. The group will [...]

Group Therapy Now Available!2018-10-08T22:17:28+00:00

More Evidence Links Mediterranean Diet to Less Depression


Adherence to a healthy diet, particularly the plant-rich Mediterranean diet, and avoidance of sugary processed foods that promote inflammation are associated with a reduced risk for depression, a new systematic review and meta-analysis suggest. This is yet more confirmation that a healthy diet not only improves physical health but also mental health, lead author Camille [...]

More Evidence Links Mediterranean Diet to Less Depression2018-09-30T01:06:47+00:00

The Little Things Aren’t Little


"The little things? The little moments? They aren't little." ― Jon Kabat-Zinn During my morning runs I always make point of attempting to be "present" and "mindful" as much as I can. Today, as I was running by a bench that I have passed hundreds of times before, I noticed the most beautiful fungus growing. It [...]

The Little Things Aren’t Little2018-09-25T19:38:19+00:00

Healthy Midlife Diet May Preserve Memory, Prevent Mental Illness


Maintaining a healthy diet in midlife is independently associated with a larger hippocampus years later and may protect against mental illness and cognitive decline, researchers say. "This is the first major study to investigate long-term diet impact at midlife on hippocampus structures. Our study contributes to the growing body of evidence that shows overall diet [...]

Healthy Midlife Diet May Preserve Memory, Prevent Mental Illness2018-09-14T23:12:15+00:00

It’s Time to Meditate


Most of my patients already know that I am huge proponent of daily meditation. I do my best to try and meditate for at least 5 minutes every day (although I am quite guilty of missing this goal many times!) The list of mental and physical health benefits of meditation is quite long, but includes: [...]

It’s Time to Meditate2018-08-05T13:43:23+00:00
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