Julia Britz is a licensed naturopathic doctor who received her training from Bastyr University in San Diego, CA. She specializes in supporting people who are struggling with mental health issues such as OCD, disorders eating and psychiatric medication tapering. Her passion for working with individuals suffering from these lonely conditions is that she too was a “hopeless case”, but got better.
Dismissed by doctors, she was told over and over there was nothing else she could try beyond pharmacotherapy, and so was inspired to create MyOCDdiary: an imperfect story.” She utilizes natural and integrative modalities including targeted amino acid therapy, peptide therapy, micronutrient therapy, bioresonance, botanical medicine and epigenetic analysis. Most recently she was the director of naturopathic medicine at Alternative to a meds Center in Arizona and now practices telemedicine. She can be contacted at www.drjuliabritz.com.
Topics covered in this episode:
Current State of OCD
Types of OCD & Eating Disorders
Medications for Mental Health Disorders
Male & Female Differences in Disorders
Borderline Personality Disorder
Addiction & Dependanies
Referenced in the episode:
The Lindsey Elmore Show Ep 184 | The Silent Epidemic Of Antidepressant Addiction and How to Truly Heal Anxiety | Ellen Vora
The Lindsey Elmore Show Ep 21 | The Fight For Equality in Media | Madeline DiNonnio
To learn more about Julia Britz and her work, head over to https://www.drjuliabritz.com/
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