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Treatment Model – Janet Settle, MD
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Treatment Model

The integrative psychiatry treatment model developed by Dr. Settle includes three arms:

  1. A variety of tools are used to reduce symptoms including nutritional supplements, prescription medications and mind-body techniques. Conventional psychiatry stops here. Integrative psychiatry goes deeper to address the root causes behind these symptoms.
  1. Using the latest functional/integrative medicine knowledge base, Dr. Settle addresses the physiologic root causes of mental health symptoms. Based on your symptoms and history, Dr. Settle investigates a personalized combination of the following potential problem areas: diet, hormones, inflammation, chronic infections, toxins, adrenal fatigue, and psychological trauma.
  1. No treatment of mental health symptoms is complete without appreciation of the psychological and spiritual traumas that pervade the human experience. Matter is energy. All physiologic symptoms (particles) have a psychospiritual or energetic correlate (waves). These negative patterns live in the right hemisphere of the brain outside of awareness. Trauma-specific, right-brain oriented attachment-based therapies are more effective for symptom resolution than conventional (left-brain) talk therapy.