A caring patient-centred approach to the evaluation and management of mental health from a naturopathic perspective.
I have focused my naturopathic medical practice on mental health for almost two decades. Treatment aims to optimize mental health with nutrition, lifestyle counselling, and botanical (plant-based) medicines.
I am a clinician-researcher with the experience to develop practical naturopathic treatment plans based on your unique mental health needs. I also provide cost-effective psychotherapy to a select number of patients. I promise to be there for you every step of your journey. My aim is to treat you with respect, empathy, and kindness. While I might sometimes have an off day, I do my best to make every visit a positive experience.
Feel free to send an email should you have any questions about the services Dr. Prousky provides.
This involves a mental status assessment, the appropriate use of laboratory testing, measurement of psychological distress using validated rating scales, diagnosis, and a collaborative treatment plan that often involves referrals or recommendations for additional mental health services/supports.
Depression, ongoing mood instability, anxiety, persistent stress, and psychotic experiences are some of the most uncomfortable emotions that we can experience at some point in our lives. Through the integration of naturopathic mental health, we should be able to lessen the overwhelm you are experiencing, to help you live life more fully with enhanced meaning and purpose.
My approach is eclectic and draws from many different psychotherapeutic paradigms, but ultimately there is an overarching framework that holds the psychotherapy in a favourable, positive, and growth-oriented direction. Clients will be encouraged to strive towards personal growth, which should result in further opportunities to live better, to be healthier, to be more present-focused, and hopefully to have acquired a greater abundance of resiliency to handle life’s adversities.
How our current diet leads to malnutrition and other serious dietary diseases. Best to follow a diet that is whole, alive, fresh, and varied, rather than processed, dead, stale, and monotonous. Click here
CFS is an elusive, difficult to treat condition. Symptoms include fatigue, muscle and joint pain, felling unwell after exercise, unrefreshing sleep, and memory/concentration problems. This groundbreaking book directly addresses the myriad causes of CFS and offers restorative vitamin and other treatments capable of safely reducing symptoms. Click here
This is a rebranded version of "Naturopathic Nutrition" described above. This book discusses how our current diet leads to malnutrition and other serious dietary diseases. Best to follow a diet that is whole, alive, fresh, and varied, rather than processed, dead, stale, and monotonous. Click here
Texts to improve clinical practice
Anxiety is something we all experience. This book discusses some of the biochemical causes of anxiety, psychiatric diagnosis, contemporary treatment, and effective natural treatments, such as vitamins, minerals, amino acids, and essential fatty acids. Click here
Healthcare professionals will find this book to be practical as a clinical reference for evaluating patients from a nutritional perspective and for providing reliable treatment information . Click here
Several years before he died at the age of 91, Dr. Abram Hoffer was interviewed by Dr. Jonathan Prousky as part of the Grand Rounds for residents and interns at the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine. That seminal interview is reproduced in this learning kit, accompanied by an educational text designed to introduce orthomolecular psychiatric approaches, and provide integrative healthcare practitioners with a continuing education module. Click here
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