In this episode of the Dear Mind, You Matter podcast powered by Nobu– Dr. Brooke Stuart talks about maximizing your potential, coming home to the present moment, and shifting your mindset, diet and lifestyle into healing mode. To listen to the full episode, check here!
The Recovery Village is an integrated behavioral healthcare management company dedicated to the treatment of addiction, substance abuse, eating disorders and mental health issues. In addition to treatment, The Recovery Village offers online education opportunities for professionals and individuals wanting to learn more about mental health. To date, they have hosted over 200 educational events in person and over 150 online webinars. The Dear Mind, You Matter podcast has been launched to expand reach and continue to have meaningful and critically important conversations around mental health. Find out more on their website right here!
Dr. Brooke Stuart is the founder and active president of Let Go & Grow® International and a holistic doctor in private practice, where she specializes in taking a holistic approach to mental health and high performance- assisting her patients in unlocking their own, intrinsic power to heal. Over the past twelve years, Dr. Stuart has worked with thousands of people through her online platform, speaking engagements, and one on one in private practice. Holding degrees in medical anthropology, psychology, and integrative medicine, Dr. Stuart uses a unique combination of holistic counseling and functional medicine to personalize and tailor treatments for her patients, locally, in Orlando, FL, and virtually, around the world. As a physician, she is deeply committed to her patient’s personal growth and development as she uses solution-oriented methods to clear issues, create health, and assist them in realizing and actualizing their true potential.
3:10: We want to shift our mindset, diet, and lifestyle into a healing mode.
8:30: As a society, we’ve decided to blame our genes, look for a quick fix and paint the plant green rather than putting in the work to change the landscape.
11:39: Just taking a breath of fresh air, being outside, going on a walk can change your entire state, uplift your mood, get everything processed and flowing.
12:15: If we place ourselves first if we build ourselves up, we have so much more to give to everyone and we can actually have more capacity to receive as well.
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This podcast is hosted by Allison Walsh and Dr. Angela Phillips. It is produced by Allison Walsh, Ashley Tate, and Nicole LaNeve. For more information or if you’re interested in being a guest on this podcast, please visit www.therecoveryvillage.com/dearmindyoumatter.