Blog on the Range

“Where you stumble and fall, there you will find gold.” – Joseph Campbell

Bugs for your Brain – Managing your Microbiome for Mental Health

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Your gut health and your mental health are intimately related, primarily due to the trillions of bacteria in your gut - your microbiome. You might’ve heard about “good” bacteria versus “bad” bacteria, but did you know that some strains have unique roles in mental health? These “psychobiotic” strains are key, and are just one more piece of evidence why working with your gut microbiome is one of the best ways to improve your gut and [...]

Dr. Campbell on The Rehab Podcast

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"Dr. Kendra Campbell is the founder of Free Range Psychiatry, an organization that believes in the potential for human beings to thrive without the need for psychiatric medications. Imagine going to the psychiatrist and not getting a prescription for an antidepressant, antipsychotic, or antianxiety medication. It’s almost unheard of. Free Range is different. The doctors at Free Range Psychiatry work with patients to taper off of psych meds, to manage psych med withdrawal symptoms, and [...]

Probiotics: How to Get Started

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Did you know that your body is currently home to trillions of bacterial cells? These little bugs make up your microbiome and actually play a HUGE role in your mental health. In fact, we know that you can Heal Your Gut to Heal Your Brain and that probiotics are key players in this process. However, getting the most benefit from introducing probiotics into your diet requires a bit of know how. Shopping for probiotics can [...]

Heal Your Gut to Heal Your Brain

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It might be surprising to you that your gut health and your mental health are actually quite closely related. In fact, I could even argue that they are the same thing. The science out there surrounding the mind-gut connection is growing by the day. So far we’ve learned that your gut produces around 95% of the serotonin in your body, along with many other neurotransmitters, many mental health issues can be linked to gut dysbiosis, [...]

You Don’t Have to Do it All

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We receive messages all the time about how we need to DO MORE. The media tells us that we need to accomplish more and exercise more and this is what I have been telling myself for years. Here's the crazy thing that I've discovered. Apparently, I actually NEED to DO LESS! For the past two years I have been tracking my health stats, activity and HRV (Heart Rate Variability) using an Oura ring . I have [...]

PSYCHIATRIA – Why Health Coaching?

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In the latest episode of Psychiatria, I explore how I became a health coach. When I think about it, a holistic psychiatry practice is an interesting place to begin practicing as a health coach. Oftentimes, people come here seeking, sometimes urgent, medical support. They might be struggling with their psych meds and want help getting off, or in need of treatment for related conditions. As a health coach, I can’t do any of these things. [...]


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