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Tyler Woods believes in a holistic approach to mental health care. That is because it does much more than just manage symptoms, it's an approach that emphasizes the interrelationship between mind, body, and spirit and can be any form of practice that is outside the realm of conventional western medicine. Holistic mental health and healing is an ongoing journey of discovery and ultimately is about living better, being healthier, and striving for wholeness and will offer great insight on this topic.
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Bariatric surgery is an effective tool for long-term weight loss in patients with obesity; however, There seems to be a huge taboo with the medical profession with weight loss surgery and mental health. It's important for all patients to receive counseling before and after weight-loss surgery and afterward to set realistic expectations and learn to navigate the very drastic changes that occur. Join Dr. Tyler Woods as she talks about the lack of mental health with the ever growing industry of surgical weight loss. 
Every few years a new psychological term enters popular consciousness and is misused and misunderstood. This year’s term is “Narcissist.” It now seems that “Narcissist” is now a catch-all for anyone who’s wronged us. The term has been misused and overused so flagrantly that it’s now all but meaningless when it comes to labeling truly destructive tendencies. Join Dr Tyler Woods as she talks one of the biggest problem with becoming obsessed with the label “narcissist”.  It distracts us from the real truth. People who have emotional issues are often the ones slinging narcissist around. If they make others look bad they can look good. 
  Join Tyler Woods Ph.D. as she talks about dysfunctional families.  She explains how a family is dysfunctional if they regularly experience conflict, misbehavior, or abuse in a way that creates harm. The impacts of growing up in a dysfunctional family can be long-lasting. However, it doesn't have to determine your destiny and you can learn to heal. Join Dr. Woods as she talks about ways to heal from dysfunctional family and ways to empower yourself.  She talks about using dysfunctional family to gain strength and become a better person for it.
Understanding Narcissism

Understanding Narcissism


  Join Dr Tyler Woods as she talks about narcissists. She is very active in recovery with narcissistic people. She believes narcissists aren’t looking for friends or family rather they’re looking for obedient admirers. She explains that narcissists crave admiration and attention like a junkie crave their drug. Attention is their drug of choice. Narcissists need constant food for their ego, so they surround themselves with people who are willing to cater to their obsessive craving for affirmation. They become impatient or angry when they don't receive special treatment. Join Tyler as she talks about ways you can better cope with the narcissist and how you can better understand and protect yourself from them.
Fear of Missing Out FOMO

Fear of Missing Out FOMO


Join Dr Tyler Woods as she talks about a real new issues called Fear of Missing Out (FOMO). It is an anxiety over the idea that other people might be having fulfilling experiences without you.  FOMO often originates in unhappiness and low self-esteem, anxiety disorder and higher levels of fear of missing out. The problem with FOMO is the individuals it impacts spend their time looking for others to give them happiness and joy rather than looking inward to get it. Dr. Woods shares her recent experience with it and how it helped introduce her to this new problem in today's world. 
Join Tyler Woods as she talks long distance to author and healer Ne Wolf about Psychoneuroimmunology or Pni. PNI researchers study how your emotions and thoughts impact your brain, hormones, and nervous system and also your immune system's ability to protect you. It can also work the other way - changes in the immune and endocrine systems create changes in your nervous system which lead to changes in your emotions. Today they talk about PNI and depression.
  Should people in recovery from alcohol or drugs use medical marijuana? For people in recovery, there is a big difference between needs vs. wants. For a person in a normal healthy state, there is no need to take a substance with mind-altering components… that would be considered a “want.” However, for people in recovery who have health issues, surgeries and even life threatening diseases, the use of cannabis becomes a big “need.” Join Tyler Woods today as she talks about medical marijuana compared with recreational marijuana, medical cannabis has higher levels of CBD and lower levels of THC, the ingredient in cannabis that produces euphoric effects. Learn why medical marijuana does not affect your sobriety. 
Random acts of kindness and expressing gratitude can go a long way in improving your mental health. Science confirms that pro-social behaviors generate positive moods, particularly in people with anxiety or depression. By doing something nice for someone else, you’re also helping yourself at the same time. Join Dr Tyler Woods as she talks about kindness and how it can help you with depression , anxiety and other issues.
Dr Tyler Woods talks about holistic health both mental and physical with Ned Wolf, author of Nandia's Trilogy and natural healer, counsellor and medicinal dowser. This is part two as these two discuss natural healing.
Buddhist Psychology

Buddhist Psychology


Buddhism is becoming popular in western countries for a number of reasons and mental health providers around the world are now discovering to be both very advanced and effective. Western psychology adopts the attitude that the individual must be “helped”. Eastern psychology has a more holistic perspectives and recognizes that life is a universal process in which every individual is an essential part. Buddhist psychology invites the individual to decide first to seek change and help them through exploration of self. Join Tyler Woods as she explains more about Buddhist psychology and her personal journey into it.
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