At River Oaks Psychology, we understand the relationship between our mental health and our eating patterns. It’s complex, commonly misunderstood, and unfortunately not always addressed in one’s treatment journey. Ignoring how our mental health and nutrition are influencing one another can be a barrier to long-term wellness.
We are committed to our person-centered approach and seek to provide the highest quality mental health treatment possible, which in most cases, means that we are also exploring the connection between your mind and body wellness.
Let’s talk about your unique experiences with nutrition and get you to a better, stronger place. Your mind and body will thank you.
By Lauren Presutti From a young age, we’re taught that eating well is good for our bodies. But what we are not always told is
By Lauren Presutti Food is fuel for our bodies. Like any other body part, the brain also functions best with proper food consumption. With so