Thank you for visiting Allmond Wellness. While I have enjoyed serving the community in this capacity during the peak of the COVID pandemic-I am now seeing clients in person and via Zoom at Whole Mental Wellness at 100 Clinton Street in Fayetteville, NY! The approach (Integrative/holistic Psychiatry) will be exactly the same at the new office. This transition will allow me to more efficiently serve my clients.
I will no longer be accepting clients through this website but am accepting clients through Whole Mental Wellness. Please visit the website Wholementalwellness.com for additional information or feel free to call 315-218-5909 to schedule an appointment.
Thank you so much for all of your support!
Make it a GREAT day!
Deanna Raymond Allen, PA, CIPP
Have you ever considered exploring the ROOT CAUSES of your depression, anxiety, moodiness or ADHD symptoms? Read on.
Allmond Wellness was established as a private integrative mental health/brain health practice in 2020 to provide clients with an alternative to conventional approaches.
Conventional medicine focuses on treating symptoms with pharmaceutical agents dictated by specific diagnoses, which are determined by the DSM-V (Diagnostic and Statistical Manual). While this approach works for some people, most are left struggling with undesired side effects and lingering symptoms. Many others do not respond to medications at all and find themselves hopeless.
Integrative psychiatry digs deeper into genetic variations, dietary short-comings, unaddressed trauma, inflammation, toxin exposure, and common micronutrient deficiencies. Addressing these issues usually leads to marked improvement in symptoms and brain functioning. This is often accomplished without the use of medications but, every client case is different. There are certainly situations where pharmaceutical agents are successfully prescribed to Allmond Wellness clients.
Additionally, there is a widening body of research that shows an intimate relationship between the microbiome-the bacteria that reside throughout the GI tract-and the quality of mental and physical health. These micro-organisms produce most neurotransmitters. These central nervous system chemicals play a vital role in overall well-being. Therefore, it is important that environmental and dietary choices are focused on nurturing this internal ecosystem.
When we become committed to improving our brain and gut health, we also lower our risk of many chronic health issues. Doing so also improves quality of life and longevity.
Come join me on this healing and educational journey!