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My Chakra Art Project

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I am massively excited to share with you that I have begun a Radiant Warrior Yoga Teacher Training at Yoga Farm Ithaca. So far, it has been everything that I was seeking, and more. We were asked to do a "Chakra Art Project" as a homework assignment. Here is what I did. It is everything that I am: imperfect, silly, and colorful.

Dr. Campbell Speaking at Coffee and Connections

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We are excited to announce that Dr. Campbell will be speaking at an upcoming webinar hosted by Northwestern Community Service: Coffee & Connections A Virtual Series for Parents brought to you by the Northwestern CSB's Prevention Department This week's topic: Finding the Positive Guest Speaker: Dr. Kendra Campbell, MD Date and Time: May 18 at 10:30 a.m. Location: The comfort of your home. We will be talking about finding the positives and reframing negative thoughts. [...]

Want to be a Free Range Psychiatry Intern?

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We are thrilled to announce that we are actively seeking an intern to join our team at Free Range Psychiatry! We're looking for someone who: Has excellent organizational and communication skills Is at an undergraduate level or higher (pre-med or medical school is great!) Is motivated, fun, and enjoys laughing and moving their body Has at minimum basic technical/computer literacy/competency (social media platforms, MS Office, internet apps, more experience is a plus) Has excellent writing [...]

Breast is Best, Unless it’s Making Mom Depressed

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If you are a mother or know someone who has had a baby in the past 30 years, chances are that you have heard the phrase "breast is best," which is meant to convey the benefits of breastfeeding over formula feeding. Indeed, the list of health benefits of breastfeeding for babies is quite long and includes: Protection against allergies and eczema. Reduction in GI problems, diarrhea, and constipation. Reduction in the risk for viruses, urinary [...]

The Coronavirus Silver Lining

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“Every cloud has a silver lining.” - Source likely John Milton The current COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic has cast one of the largest dark clouds our world has ever seen. As of this moment in time, the total number of Coronavirus cases worldwide is 2,199,560 and the death toll is 147,749. One cannot even begin to put into words the emotional and physical devastation that this virus has caused across the globe. Children have lost their [...]

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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. I am board certified, although I do not believe that is what necessarily makes me an effective psychiatrist. I worked for years inside the world of “academic psychiatry” and for the “health insurance based” system. Unfortunately, this work ultimately led me to a life of burnout, fatigue, and despair. I have extensive training in the psychopharmacological (medication-based) treatment of mental illnesses. []