We’re talking about Integrative Health Programs for mental wellbeing. Joining us is Dr. David Tomasi. He’s a psychotherapist, researcher and philosopher, as well the author of the bestselling book called Medical Philosophy and the co-author of a paper called Positive Patient Response to a Structured Exercise Program Delivered in Inpatient Psychiatry, which was published in 2019 in the Journal of Global Advances in Health and Medicine. It was also the most read research item from the University of Vermont. He’s a member of several National and International Academy of Sciences.
Dr. Tomasi works in the Inpatient Psychiatry Unit at UVM Medical Center, teaches at the University of Vermont and the Community College of Vermont. We’ll discuss how the combination of psychotherapy, nutrition and exercise together can help patients in an inpatient psychiatric facility. This is an important topic because approximately 50% of those with chronic pain also struggle with anxiety and depression, about 10% also struggled with PTSD and this episode, as well as podcasts in general, really dives into how we can integrate strategies, integrate different types of therapies and approaches to help people living with chronic pain. Let’s begin and let’s meet Dr. David Tomasi.
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