Appropriate nutrient intake can transform a person in the depths of depression to a well-grounded state of confidence and self-esteem. It can make a person who is over stimulated calm down and attain a more relaxed outlook. It can unlock a psychotic case from the containment of unreality. Mental health conditions that we assess and treat include schizophrenia, depression, anxiety, ADD, OCD, learning disability and addiction.  We consider the following key nutrient/nutritional imbalances or deficiencies: niacin dependency, B12 and folic acid deficiency (undermethylation), hypothyroidism, heavy metal toxicity, copper toxicity, protein deficiency or catabolism, iron deficiency, and hypoglycemia.

Everyone has a unique biochemistry and physiology and thus each individual has a unique nutritional profile.  By identifying one’s unique nutritional profile improvement can be attained by correcting any imbalances.  It is essential to physical and mental well-being that the underlying systems in our bodies are working at an optimal level.

Prospective clients are often curious if they may have any biochemical-nutrient deficiencies that may be contributing to their condition.  We understand the need to know and offer this assessment to help.  This assessment links individual symptoms with nutrient imbalances commonly found in mental health. 

If you are interested, please fill out the assessment form.  All information is kept in strict confidence.

The clustering of symptoms into distinct categories is an ongoing process.  For a more reliable assessment of health status we recommend the targeted lab test method described on the services pag

Click here: Mental Health Nutritional Assessment Tool