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Trauma, Nature, and the Body
Leslie E. Korn Ph.D., MPH, LMHC, ACS, NTP
Women have one more tool to respond to stress, and it works wonders.
Neutralize PMS with these quick tips.
A forgotten method can help others deeply relax.
Creating the "good mood" kitchen
How stress and trauma contribute to Diabetes Type 2, and what to do about it.
Coffee black, straight up!
Strengthen resilience with food and herbs.
Effective treatment of inflammation, pain, and depression without NSAIDS.
Spirit molecules: Allies for healing from Trauma.
Alternate nostril breathing is good for PTSD and mental health.
Smoothie your way to a Super Mood.
How Dogs Can Facilitate the Healing of Trauma.
Integrative medicine aids tobacco withdrawal.
Coffee is a Drug, Not a Beverage, So drink up! Just not too much.
Two best recipes for daily enjoyment and benefit.
Seek out "The 3 Sisters" of sleep.
Hanai ‘awa a ikaika ka makani. Feed with kava so that the spirit may gain strength.
Yoga and nutrition for bulimia and purging.
Help clients use food to improve their mood and their energy.
Detoxification is an essential part of a prevention and treatment program for recovery of mental health, including PTSD, depression and addictions.
Insomnia and mania will both respond to these natural solutions.
What do migraines, fibromyalgia, IBS and mental illness have in common?
A revolution in mental healthcare includes many effective, non-pharmaceutical approaches.
Nutrition is the missing key in successful mental health treatment.
Are you looking for a simple self-care way to reduce dissociation associated with PTSD?
Looking for a delicious, antioxidant anti-inflammatory beverage to serve in your waiting room for depressed clients? Or just to drink yourself?
Engage children teens and adults with a culturally meaningful art project for Day of the Dead or Halloween
Food is either medicine or it is poison, and people who experience traumatic stress require food that is medicine; food that is poison exacerbates the effects of trauma on the mind
Want to reduce anxiety and sleep better, naturally? These two supplements can help.
What colors are you eating? The whole spectrum of nutrition.
Leslie Korn, Ph.D., is a clinician specializing in Integrative Mental Health, Nutrition and Traumatic Stress.