Ketamine therapy and its applications in integrative psychology are both at the leading edge and still in its infancy as to what is possible and what is being developed and tested. Dr. Jeffrey Becker specializes in neuropsychiatry and functional medicine and joins Daniel on this episode to discuss what is currently being done in his practices and what new insights and applications are being discovered with this tool.
Ken Wilber discusses “waking up” and “growing up,” the two major types of self-improvement practiced throughout human history. He covers states of consciousness as well as stages of human development, methodologies for arriving at higher stages, and how we can use integral theory and integral approaches to heal individual physiology and psychology.
Guided by a certainty that our bodies are designed to heal Dr. Heather Sandison talks with Daniel about the future of medicine and what that might look like in part 1 of this series. They explore the difference between naturopathic and western allopathic medicine, how you define health and how N=1 for personalized medicine translates to clinical studies.
Dr. Zach Bush joins us this week to discuss the relationship between gut health and the microbiome and how that translates to our immune system and cognitive performance. They also discuss the limitations of prebiotics and probiotics and give tips on how to repopulate your gut.
Dustin DiPerna discusses key stages of human development, and practices we can integrate into our lives to transform consciousness. He shares his framework for understanding the various areas of human growth – “wake up, grow up, clean up, show up.”