Blog on the Range

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

Do You Need an Online Holistic Psychiatrist?

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We are thrilled to announce that due to the current  COVID-19 pandemic and changes to telemedicine state licensing laws, we can now offer our psychiatric services to individuals living in most states across the country. We will continue offering our online holistic psychiatric services in states where it is permitted as long as the public health emergency remains in place, or until licensing laws are changed. If you're interested in learning more about what we [...]

Can Dirt Make You Happy?

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The short answer to this question: Yes! the simple act of getting a little dirty can bring a smile to many faces. If you’re not a puppy or a toddler or a die-hard nature lover like myself, you might need a little more convincing. Let me introduce you to the hygiene hypothesis. It suggests that we are seeing a rise in chronic inflammatory diseases due to significant changes in our microbiome. These changes are likely [...]

Can the Earth Heal You?

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We’ve all heard the phrase, “get grounded” before. Perhaps it was during a yoga class, in an inspirational Instagram post, or from your friend who is a self-proclaimed tree-hugger. What does it actually mean to be grounded? There are many different ways to understand the concept, but it essentially focuses on connecting with the earth. In meditation and yoga, practitioners are often guided to direct their attention to their points of contact with the earth [...]

Just Let Go

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"The secret to happiness is letting go." -Buddha I had a wonderful epiphany on my run yesterday but haven't had the time to write about it as a blog post. So, please check out this short Vlog below to hear about what I discovered on my daily morning run! 

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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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