|  Newsletter, Jan. 18, 2012

Newsletter, Jan. 18, 2012

Welcome to all my new subscribers, and for all of you, I plan to keep providing a unique and valuable angle on your health and well-being. My focus has been on “the brain”—mind, mood and memory, as described in my book, Natural Highs, and in my report, Reclaim your Brain. Now I have a wonderful gift for you, one that I’m very proud of, and so happy to share:

My New Book is Now Available as a Free Download!

A new guide for physicians and other healthcare professionals, as well as the educated/interested public:

Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) Treatments in PsychiatryDone as an educational project by the nonprofit Safe Harbor, the book is packed with information on a broad range of treatments that improve mental health while promoting wellness and decreasing dependency on medication.Amazingly, after only one week, there have been over 2,500 downloads of the book in 150 different countries, and it’s moving quickly up the charts!Chapters cover:

  • An introduction to the philosophy of wellness and recovery
  • Importance of full medical exams
  • Lifestyle changes, including diet, sleep, and exercise
  • Allergies, toxins, and poisons
  • Nutritional treatments
  • Breathing techniques, yoga, and mindfulness

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The book closes with a look at “The CAM Psychiatrist at Work.” I had the opportunity to bring together all the elements of the previous chapters into real-world diagnostics and treatment.

I had the good fortune to work with lead author and editor, Dan Stradford, founder and director of Safe Harbor, who has dedicated many years to the cause of natural mental health care, and with fellow authors, Christine Berger, Ph.D., University of Maryland School of Medicine, and Garry Vickar, M.D., Washington University School of Medicine

Complementary and Alternative Medicine Treatments in Psychiatry will also be available for purchase as a hard copy on Amazon.com in mid-February.

I hope you will read this book, share it with friends, family, mental health professionals, and anyone who could benefit from learning more about taking charge of their mental health (and can’t we all?).

Together we can make a difference!

Enjoy!

Yours in good health,

Hyla Cass, MD

P.S. For those of you in southern California, I’ll be speaking about “Women, Mood and Hormones” at David Wolfe’s Longevity Now Women’s Conference, Feb 10-12 in Costa Mesa. You can listen to my recent interview with David here, as well as watch a video clip of my presentation at his last conference. I’ve had great feedback on it, too (thank you!).