In the last blog, I talked about how food often represents something besides just food. We’re not always aware of this. For example, people may say “I love food.” But is it really food that they love or that food represents someone in their lives...
The recent crisis in the Gulf brought to mind, as I’m sure it has for many, how we take care of our home. The earth, our terrestrial home is under siege and it is heartbreaking to watch the damage she is suffering. We can use this macro lesson in caring for...
Fact #6 – Obesity is associated with a number of health risks. When you got to most doctors, they will tell you that if you don’t reach your “ideal weight” you will get heart disease, high blood pressure, and diabetes. Your risk for heart attacks and certain cancers...
I knew of Dr. Ross by her reputation at Sierra Tucson. Dr. Ross has brought that same level of creativity, wisdom and management ability to our Eating disorders program making The Ranch a leader in integrative eating disorders healing and recovery treatment. She is a brilliant clinician and a very cool human being.
LEE R. MCCORMICK Co-owner The Ranch
Dr. Carolyn Ross has been instrumental in the development of the Eating Disorder Program at Integrative Life Center. Her experience and expertise in integrative models of treatment is extensive and her ongoing consultation with our treatment team provides sound medical guidance as well as creative approaches to clients with eating disorders, addictions and other trauma related conditions. Over the past five years, Dr. Ross has made herself available whenever we need her and we can count on her to provide the most cutting edge approaches to treatment in the field. A wealth of knowledge, without a doubt!
Dr. Carolyn Ross is a pioneer in the use of Integrative medicine for the treatment of mental health issues and eating disorders. Her compassion and understanding bring hope to patients and family members whose lives are affected by these difficult problems by showing us that transformation and healing at the deepest level are possible.
ANDREW WEIL, MD
Dr. Ross’ expertise goes well beyond eatings disorders – it’s really about addictions. Her insights into why people become addicted and why the “Just Say No” approach has been failing for decades is eye-opening. What was most interesting is her integrative approach that does work. Great presentation!
Kevin Ehlinger WildeProgram Chair, Rotary Club of Del Mar / Solana Beach