Dr. Teray offers natural and integrative programs for treating anxiety, panic, depression, insomnia, chronic stress, PTSD, adult ADHD, and chronic fatigue. She serves her clients locally in Berkeley, CA, as well as remotely by phone or video conferencing. She is also a speaker and author, and is the creator of the Deeply Happy Expert Series.
Dr. Teray has spent most of her life exploring what it means to be truly happy and well. Her inquiry has led to naturopathic medical training, research and energy work with Tibetan nuns in India, working in sustainable agriculture in the Philippines, and becoming a lifelong student of Eastern and Western spirituality.
Her methods include:
- Food as medicine
- Herbal medicine and nutritional supplements
- Hormone balancing (female and male hormones, adrenals and thyroid)
- Correcting digestive problems (an essential factor in brain health)
- Nutrigenomic therapy (for patients with MTHFR, COMT, MAO-A and other polymorphisms)
- Life purpose and spirituality-oriented coaching
- Guided imagery and mindfulness
Dr. Teray received her naturopathic medical degree from Bastyr University, an institution renowned for bringing science into natural medicine. She is also certified in hypnotherapy and neuro-linguistic programming (NLP). She is licensed in California and Hawaii.
- How to treat depression and anxiety without over pathologizing mood disorders.
- The serotonin myth and why depression isn’t a serotonin problem.
- The intersection of mind & body: physical wellness, purpose & meaning, and connection.
- Depression as a natural process.
LINKS & RESOURCES
- Depression is NOT a Serotonin Deficiency
- Why Aren't We Awesomer? - Michael Neill
- A role for inflammatory metabolites as modulators of the glutamate N-methyl-d-aspartate receptor in depression and suicidality.
- The New Psychiatry: Psychoneuroimmunology
- Deeply Happy Website
- Connect with Dr. Teray on Facebook & Twitter
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