“The source is more complex than the symptoms.” – Debra Campbell
A recent CivicScience poll revealed that the number of U.S. adults who reported taking at least one prescription medication per day now is 70 percent – a 14 percentage-point increase since 2019. Many people often come in to be treated for one thing, but rarely is it a singular issue in the body. During today’s show, Dr. Michelle Robin invites Debra Campbell to share why a multidimensional holistic approach is how where people get better – especially on the mental health front. Debra will also explain her own journey into the mental health landscape, and what inspired her to co-found Curis Functional Health – an organization that helps unlock people’s optimal health through physical, mental, and nutritional care. To end the show, she will also explain why mental health symptoms – such as depression – can be a culprit of other issues going on in the body.
About Today’s Guest:
Debra Campbell is the Chief Vision Officer at Curis Functional Health. She is a regional expert in PACT Couples Counseling, a style of relationship counseling that helps couples rebuild safety in their relationships using attachment theory, affect regulation, and neuroscience. She is one of approximately 50 PACT Level 3 candidates in the U.S. and is often featured on the radio, podcasts, and social media. With her unique background in applied sport psychology and positive psychology, Debra has worked extensively with professional athletes, CEOs, entrepreneurs, doctors, attorneys, and Olympic athletes. Her passion for getting clients to their optimal functioning was born out of her studies in elite domain performance and research on perfectionism. Previously, she worked with the U.S. Olympic Training Center, the U.S. Figure Skating Association, the International Center for Talent Development, Spectrum Club (South Bay), and The Sports Club (LA). She co-founded and sits on the board of the Relational Therapists of Dallas. She is the Past President of the Dallas Association of Marriage and Family Therapists. Her research has been presented at regional and national conferences for the American Psychological Association (APA) and the Association for Applied Sport Psychology (AASP).