Dr Ann Childers is a child, adolescent and adult psychiatric physician with a special interest in nutrition, sleep, diabetes and metabolic syndrome in West Linn, Oregon in the US. Dr Childers runs the Life Balance NorthWest Lifestyle Psychiatry practice and has now incorporated telehealth into her practice and sees more than 50 patients a week. Her approach to psychiatric treatment is holistic and integrates standard psychiatric care with principles of nutrition and restful sleep. She welcomes those who desire an integrated approach to psychiatric care, sleep and metabolism management. Dr Childers was ranked among the 5 top MDs by Onalytica on the topics of obesity, diabetes and sugar. She is in demand as a local and international lecturer and has published a number of textbook chapters, among them Nutritional Aspects of Psychiatry for Child and Adolescent Psychiatry: The Essentials (Cheng and Myers, 2011). Her lectures and podcasts can be viewed and heard on YouTube and elsewhere. Dr Childers is a member of the American Psychiatric Association, the American Medical Association, the Nutrition and Metabolism Society, Obesity Medicine Association, a Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association and Medical Advisor to the Hypoglycemia Support Foundation. She is also a US Air Force Read more [...]
Category: DIETITIANS/NUTRITIONISTSAddress: 700 Gordon St, Ontario Shores Centre for Mental Health Sciences,
CanadaPhone: +1 416-357-8989
Valeria Burnazov is a mental health dietitian at the Ontario Shores Centre for Mental Health Sciences. She includes evidence-based advice on a low-carb, high-healthy-fat approach to patients where appropriate, based on research on the link between food and mood. For more information, you can call +1 416-357-8989 or email her at email@example.com
Category: PSYCHOLOGISTS/THERAPISTSAddress: 240 Waterworks Rd
Carolyn Rogers is a psychologist in private practice in Brisbane, Australia. She has a special interest and years of experience in LCHF nutrition, weight management, eating disorders, food addiction and holistic treatments for mental health conditions such as depression and anxiety. Before training to become a psychologist she was a registered nurse for many years, so she is very familiar with the medical model. She believes functional medicine has a lot to offer because it looks for the cause rather than just treating symptoms. This approach applies to mental health as well.