Mental health refers to our cognitive, behavioral, and emotional well being - it is all about how we think, feel, and behave. Mental health can affect daily life, relationships, and even physical health. Likewise, deficiencies or imbalances in biological functioning can negatively impact mental health. Sub-optimal mental health can manifest itself through common physical symptoms such as sleeping too much or too little; eating too much or too little, low energy; drug, alcohol, and/or tobacco use; inability to focus; and many more. It can also be correlated with more lasting physical illnesses such as heart disease, cancer, diabetes, and osteoporosis.

Symptoms of inadequate mental health, major and minor alike, can have serious effects on physical performance, recovery, and well-being. Unlike traditional mental health professionals, the experts at The Miletic Center go beyond just masking the symptoms – our goal is to determine and treat the core root of your mental health concerns so you can physically and mentally feel your best.


Traditional psychiatry equates mental struggles to illness, which then equates to weakness.  Mainstream psychiatrists have been in a rush to try to attribute all mental issues to genetic underpinnings and their neurological products. This approach provides insurance companies and Big Pharma a platform from which to profit. At the same time, to the great misfortune of many patients, these ideas have become culturally adapted as harmful stereotypes.  read more >>