Blog on the Range

Where you stumble and fall, there you will find gold.

Three Ways to Save Your Life

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There is little disagreement that we are currently living in some of the most stressful and challenging times in history. With the world seemingly falling apart due to violence, political discord, planetary destruction and a worldwide pandemic, it's easy to fall into hopelessness and despair. You may have noticed that you have been experiencing worsening pain, anxiety, and depression. The good news is that there is hope and there are simple things that you can [...]

Let’s Talk About Sweat, Baby

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Maybe it grosses you out, or maybe you own it. Either way, it happens to all of us. Sweat is a natural part of being human, but, for some reason, society seems to have a problem with it. Sure, the feeling of sweat dripping down your back or the smell it can leave behind is a bit unpleasant, but sweat actually does a lot of good for our bodies. You might be surprised at how [...]

Welcome Dr. Jennifer Giordano

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We are thrilled to announce that we have a new psychiatrist joining our team, Dr. Jennifer Giordano! Dr. Giordano has used an integrative and holistic approach to health and well-being with patients for over 10 years. She completed medical school at Michigan State University and residency training at Henry Ford Health System in Detroit. From Dr. Giordano: "Being human isn’t simple. We don’t come with instruction manuals. I understand that when we don’t feel good, [...]

Make Your Own Toothpaste and Mouthwash

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Over the past year, my family has been trying our hands at all kinds of DIY projects including a hydroponic garden, brewing kombucha and making our own housecleaning products and toiletries. There are many benefits to DIY products, the two biggest being that you can save a ton of money by making your own stuff, and you can use all natural ingredients. Most of the commercially available products contain long lists of frightening chemicals (just [...]

Dance Naked Every Day

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Tonight I had a naked dance party with my toddler and my infant. This is an almost nightly event in our home. Tonight we danced to some Macklemore songs, including "And We Danced." As I jumped around the room, I let everything go. I flung my body intensely and soaked in the moment. It was so epic that it occurred to me that if everyone danced naked every day (with full intensity in the moment), [...]

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About the Author

Dr. Kendra Campbell, MD

Psychiatrist and Founder

I am a psychiatrist who thinks “outside of the medical box” and “colors outside of the lines.” I have worked in a variety of clinical settings including inpatient, outpatient, emergency rooms, forensics/jails, consultative services, and house calls. I completed most of my medical training in New York City, including my psychiatric residency at SUNY Downstate in Brooklyn and Public and Emergency Psychiatry fellowships at Columbia University in Manhattan. I worked for almost three years at the New York Presbyterian Hospital/Columbia University Comprehensive Psychiatric Emergency Program (CPEP/Psychiatric Emergency Room) as an attending psychiatrist and Assistant Director.

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