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Jesus-Centered Approach to Mental Balance (Favorite Episode)

Jesus-Centered Approach to Mental Balance

Original air date: June 24, 2023

Jesus-Centered Approach to Mental Balance

BY: Dr. Elaina George, Host & Contributing Health Editor
PUBLISHED: March 23, 2024 

Jesus-Centered Psychiatry

In case you missed it, Dr. Karl Benzio, co-founder and medical director of The Christian Residential Treatment Center Honey Lake Clinic and Medical Director of the American Association of Christian Counselors, joins Dr. George to discuss steps one can take to find mental balance in times of uncertainty with a Jesus-centered approach.

About Dr. Karl Benzio

Jesus-Centered Approach to Mental Balance

Karl Benzio, M.D., a board-certified Christian Psychiatrist, has held various health system clinical and leadership positions. He uniquely implements a faith-informed, Jesus-centered application of cutting edge psychiatric science to successfully treat patients, equip ministries, teach, write, and serve as a frequent media guest expert and conference speaker to provide expert social policy testimony. He holds a B.S.E. in Biomedical Engineering from Duke University and an M.D. from Rutgers-New Jersey Medical School; his Psychiatric Residency was at UC-Irvine. His expertise is integrating brain physiology, psychological science, and spiritual truths to teach decision-making processes, mechanics, and neuroplasticity with endless application to every facet of psychospiritual health and functioning. He loves Jesus and the Bible; has been married to his best friend, Martine, for over thirty years; and is a father to three incredible daughters: Dominique (husband Adam), Nicole (husband Connor), and Gigi.

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