Meet April Cockshutt. Clinical herbalist and Certified Nutritional Practitioner. For the next three weeks, April will be guiding you through the power and healing capabilities of herbs for stress and anxiety management. She will do so through a 3-part series. The first installment will introduce you to two types of herbs in particular: Adaptogens and Nervines.
While you may think you’ve never heard of this tropical citrus fruit (at least here in North America), you may be surprised to know that you have likely already crossed paths with the powerfully sweet aroma of Bergamot Oil at least once.
Learn about its common uses, and how it may improve many health struggles, from mental health, to skin care and everything in between.
We rely on our friends for a lot of things, and that definitely includes providing emotional support when things are difficult. So it makes sense that teenagers struggling with mental health challenges would turn to their friends to vent, unload, and ask for backup. But it can be difficult to figure out when a friend who is feeling down or anxious is just moody and when it’s something more.
Judging by the billions of dollars spent each year on tranquilizers, sleeping pills and anti-depressants; frazzled nerves have become a major problem in North America today. Are there any natural alternatives to all these drugs? The answer is yes!
Our gut health and digestion are an extremely important part of our overall health and sense of well-being. It is only through proper nutrition and digestion that we are able to properly fuel our bodies and minds.
The Clinic provides individualized psychological assessment and treatment. This means that your program of treatment will be designed especially for you. You will collaborate with your therapist to design a treatment program that meets your unique needs.