#348 – Nutrition and Mental Health with Whole-Psychiatry Founder, Robert Hedaya, MD

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Robert J. Hedaya, MD, DFAPA is the founder of the National Center for Whole Psychiatry in Chevy Chase , Maryland. Dr Hedaya believes that better mental and physical health can be achieved with less medication by correcting bodily systems and getting to the roots of ill health. Using traditional and integrative approaches, Dr Hedaya assesses digestion,, nutrition, immune function, inflammation, detoxifiction, oxidative stress, hormones and genetics in every person he evaluates. Although he is a certified psychopharmacologist, through this method Dr Hedaya has found that his patients can achieve better physical and mental health, with less medication.

He is an active member of the Endocrine Society, a Distinguished Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association, a former Board Member of the Suburban Maryland Psychiatric Society, and board certified by the American Boards of Psychiatry and Neurology, Adolescent Psychiatry, and Clinical Psychopharmacology. Dr. Hedaya has been a consultant to the National Institutes for Mental Health, and is a Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at Georgetown University Medical Center , where he teaches courses on psychoendocrinology, affective disorders and cognitive behavioral therapy. He has received the “Outstanding Teacher of the Year Award” on three occasions from Georgetown University Medical Center. He is the author of three books: Depression: Advancing the Treatment Paradigm (2008, IFM.ORG), and the Antidepressant Survival Program (2000, Crown) and Understanding Biological Psychiatry (1996, Norton). He has been featured in the local and national media (20/20, 60 minutes, New York Times, Washington Post etc.) on multiple occasions and is a frequent nationally and internationally recognized speaker. He has an active blog on WholePsychiatry.com as well as psychologytoday.com

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  1. Elizabeth
    Posted May 2, 2013 at 9:19 am | Permalink

    Great show–thank you. There’s an affordable way to get loads of genetic information, including the mutations and conditions the doctor mentioned: 23andme.com is now $100 ($20 off that for additional family members), and you get raw data (located in account info.), which can be downloaded, then upload it to geneticgenie.org, and you can find out about MTHFR and many, many mutations and nutritional needs, etc.

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