Finding My Psych promotes wellness through evidence-based clinical practice and research in Health Psychology and Behavioural Medicine. Through our regularly published articles and podcast episodes, we seek and promote an in-depth understanding of the psychological, behavioural, and cultural factors contributing to lifelong health and wellness.
Each individual must design their own path towards lifelong wellness, taking into account our individual physiology, goals, and emotional needs. Based on our experience at Finding My Psych, the following three principles guide our content, each focused on promoting optimal wellbeing.
- Regular Physical Activity: Wellness is impacted by the quantity and quality of physical activity we engage in on a regular basis. Optimizing our health requires that we put our body in motion doing activities that are both feel both challenging and rewarding.
- Plant-Based Living: You can’t outrun a bad diet. We promote the adoption of a plant-based diet with special attention to the macro and micro nutrients needed for lifelong wellness.
- Longevity Through Recovery: A life dedicated to recovery through abstinence, or the adoption of a controlled use framework, supports your physical, emotional, and spiritual gains. The less we use substances, the more visible our path.
Finding My Psych Services
Finding My Psych offers three core services targeting your physical, emotional, and spiritual wellbeing. We provide tools to help you navigate your self-directed lifestyle transformation experience. Each service allows you to directly connect with a Finding My Psych team member in an online group setting over the course of several weeks. Learn more by visiting our Services page.
Founder and Creative Director, Jerod Killick, M.S.
Jerod Killick is the founder and creative director at Finding My Psych. Jerod received his Masters Degree in Clinical Psychology in 1997 from the University of Idaho, followed by a post-graduate clinical and research concentration in Behavioural Medicine and Health Psychology.
Jerod currently works as a senior leader in mental health and addictions for Vancouver Coastal Health. Jerod is also the author of the novel, “Without A Testimony,” a coming of age love story steeped in religious conflict. In 2018, he released, “Youthful Discontent,” a short book of poems written in his youth.
In his free time, Jerod is a fine art analogue photographer. His work is deeply inspired by time spent with family back in Norway, moments from his childhood in Southeast Alaska, and the high plains deserts of the Pacific Northwest.
The content on Finding My Psych, and the Finding My Psych Podcast, is founded in evidence-based clinical practice and research. All content is meant for educational purposes only. Please note that all views and opinions expressed on the Finding My Psych website and podcast are solely that of the author, Jerod Killick, M.S, and does not necessarily represent those of his employer.
Consumers of our content are free to apply the information for self-help purposes at their own discretion. We do not provide personal counselling or online psychotherapy. It is important to seek one-on-one support and advice from your family physician, mental health clinician and/or counsellor, before adopting any of the tools promoted by our authors. Never stop or delay care due to information you find on the Finding My Psych website or podcast. Never start or stop taking any medication without seeking advice from your medical and/or mental health provider.
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