Human beings are the authors of our own pain, suffering, anguish and affliction, and very often, the mental health profession only fuels the fire. For a lot of people, life gets progressively worse after a mental illness diagnosis when it’s supposed to be better, showing that there’s a huge dysfunction. When a diagnosis becomes bigger than our identities, it’s hard to see past it and author our own empowerment.
How do we change the conversation on mental illness so that it’s not only more empathetic, but also a less damaging and disempowering life sentence?
In this episode, holistic psychiatrist, speaker, psychiatry expert witness, coach, and filmmaker, Dr. Fred Moss talks about changing how we deal with mental illness so that we see the truth, not the grim reality we’re constantly served.
When I'm resonating with another person, who I actually believe is hearing me for what I’m trying to say, a whole new set of healing sets in which far exceeds anything any antidepressant, anti-anxiety agent or even any therapy can produce. -Dr Fred Moss
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Dr. Fred Moss is a holistic psychiatrist serving in many capacities: telepsychiatrist, speaker, psychiatry expert witness, telehealth educator, mental health coach, and filmmaker. A desire to help people has been the force leading him to various settings and roles as a psychiatrist over the years and compelling him to continually look for better, more effective ways to provide the highest quality care. He is the amazing person behind Welcome To Humanity and Global Madness.
For more information head over to https://welcometohumanity.net, to get his book, Find Your True Voice here. You can also connect with him on LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter. You can also listen to his podcast or email firstname.lastname@example.org.