In this episode of HealthMade Radio, Dr. Michael Karlfeldt interviews Dr. Maya Shetreat-Klein, MD, about connecting in nature to help support the healing of neurological challenges including autism, ADHD, and sensory processing with intentional connections to nature. In addition, they discuss the healing benefits of botanical medicines.
In this episode, learn about
Connection to nature as a healing tool:
- Bilaterally eye movements
- Sensory processing of sights and sounds
- Earthing for grounding
Answering Questions on Plant medicines and psychedelics breaking the stigma
- Could they become addictive?
- How Are They beneficial?
- How are they used in a therapeutic environment?
The future of psychedelic medicine
- Potential of reserving the progression of dementia
- Improving academic study
About Dr. Maya Shetreat-Klein
Maya Shetreat-Klein, MD, is an integrative pediatric neurologist, herbalist, urban farmer, naturalist, and author of The Dirt Cure: Growing Healthy Kids With Food Straight from Soil. Maya completed the University of Arizona’s Fellowship in Integrative Medicine and subsequently wrote the Introduction to Integrative Neurology curriculum. She has lectured on children’s health, education and time in nature, botanical medicine, biodiversity, and the relationship between health and the natural world. In addition, Maya has testified on topics including fracking, safe products for children, and the impact of chemical exposures on children’s health. She practices in New York City, where she teaches about Terrain Medicine.
Connect with Dr. Maya Shetreat-Klein
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