Authors expand diet, exercise equation into realms of psychology, sociology, neuroscience

Authors expand diet, exercise equation into realms of psychology, sociology, neuroscience

Andrew Garrison MS CPT HC and Sally K. Severino MD announce release of ‘Wellness in Mind’

 

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – Personal trainer M. Andrew Garrison MS CPT HC and psychiatrist Sally K. Severino MD combine their seemingly unrelated professions to deliver wellness in a three-part process: Information, Introspection, and Intersubjectivity in “Wellness in Mind: Your Brain’s Surprising Secrets to Gaining Health from the Inside Out” (published by Lulu).

“My lifelong pursuit of wellness turned into a passionate business model as I discovered that most all people desire the same things in life: Family, Faith, Happiness and Health,” Garrison says.

Expanding the diet and exercise equation into the realms of psychology, sociology and neuroscience, “Wellness in Mind” helps readers develop their “Being Image.” It also posits that wellness can be achieved through human connection and co-creation with others.

“This book delivers knowledge and training to enhance daily wellness habits without the pressure of attaining instant results,” the authors say, adding that they hope readers will come away with “Strategies for wellness in the forms of movement, nourishment, fuel, relaxation, living in the present, and ethical interaction.”

“Wellness in Mind”

By M. Andrew Garrison MS CPT HC and Sally K. Severino MD

Hardcover | 6 x 9 in | 142 pages | ISBN 9781483442631

Softcover | 6 x 9 in | 142 pages | ISBN 9781483442648

E-Book | 142 pages | ISBN 9781483442655

 

About the Author

Andrew Garrison MS CPT HC, president and CEO of BodyFacts Wellness Services, delivers personal and workplace wellness as a speaker and trainer. His expertise is recognized by the American Council on Exercise. Garrison lives with his wife and two children in Albuquerque, N.M. More information is available at: BodyFactsWellness.com.
Sally K. Severino MD earned her medical degree from Columbia College of Physicians and Surgeons. She served 17 years at New York-Presbyterian Hospital before becoming professor and executive vice-chair, Department of Psychiatry, University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center, where she is currently Professor Emeritus of Psychiatry. More information can be found at: www.neurospirit.net.