Emotional Health, from Science to Whole Being

This work develops the concept of 'emotional health' as the presence of a bio-psycho-socio-cultural balance. Modern lives contain constant social, political and economic challenges, as well as ecological emergencies. Les mer
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This work develops the concept of 'emotional health' as the presence of a bio-psycho-socio-cultural balance. Modern lives contain constant social, political and economic challenges, as well as ecological emergencies. All of these can be causes of stress, leading to poor health and mental illness. This book serves to build the bridge between medical treatments with alternative and complementary medicine, as well as therapies, in order to highlight a bio-psycho-socio-cultural approach which can help us to find new solutions to these health problems. This book introduces the concept of planetary health, develops the concept of 'bio-psycho-socio-cultural balance', and defines the concepts which make up this balance.

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Dr Carol Dillon studied Medicine at the Salvador University, Argentina, and specialized as a Psychiatrist at the Neuropsychiatric Hospital "Dr Braulio Moyano", Buenos Aires, Argentina (2001-2005). After receiving her PhD in Mental Health Studies from Buenos Aires University, she is now a Professor of Neuroscience at Palermo University, Argentina, and works as a Clinical Researcher at the National Scientific and Technical Research Council. She also performs her clinical practice as a Neuropsychiatrist in the Neurology Section of the Medical Department at CEMIC University Hospital, Argentina, and is an international member of the American Psychiatric Association, as well as the World Federation of Biological Psychiatry. Her research explores depression, degenerative diseases, neuropsychiatric and neuropsychological symptoms, biological psychiatry and neuroscience.