Title: Cognitive Neurology, Fetology, Psychiatry, Psychology, Artificial Intelligence and Metaphysics: The Mind-Body Question in Review
Many people think of a human being in very simple ways. Most professionals treat you in the one or two models they have studied. It is rare to have a therapist who uses medication, interpersonal therapy, cognitive-behavioral therapy and spirituality. In terms of consciousness, some think consciousness is merely chemicals. Some feel consciousness and feelings are only memories stored in nerves. Others believe thinking is more a spiritual phenomena.
I try to draw on very unrelated disciplines to offer a broad model for the mind and emotions that uses the input of many disciplines. The best research I have read in the last 10 years shows one's mental health can be best improved by using many types of healing.