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What I do....Life with Health Psychology of San Diego http://healthpsychology.org/life-with-health-psychology-of-san-diego/

1(669) 200-6033 Oceanside, Ca.
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A Health Psychology belief is with developing an understanding of how biological, sociological, environmental and cultural factors relate to physical and emotional health.

The research is beginning to discover that negative feeling states such as sadness, anger, rage, anxiety, jealousy, and envy, have a direct association to a person’s physical condition. http://healthpsychology.org/health-psychology-promotes-emotional-and-physical-health/
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Health Psychologys' roots are in the belief that everyone deserves proper medical and psychological care even when daily habits, career, or family life problems contribute to the decrease in physical health and/or psychological well-being. The bio-psycho-social model views health, wellness and illness as being a result of several different inter-related factors effecting a person’s life from biological characteristics, to behavioral and social conditions (Belloc, N. & Breslow, 1972).

Psychological determinants in health have been a focus since the beginning of the 20th century and results explain that people who eat regular meals, maintain a healthy weight, do not smoke, drink little alcohol, receive adequate sleep and exercise regularly are in better health and live longer. Full article here http://goo.gl/oj0ZC
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Fear, Post-Traumatic Stress and Growth http://healthpsychology.org/emotional-effects-of-terror/

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Here is the latest on my youtube channel https://youtu.be/AncEQET4yb4
I know it's a little long which is why I time stamped it. I have a few slots open for new clients. Cheryl A. MacDonald (healthpsychology.org)

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A little fun with psychology & defenses 
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