Council

James Eyerman, M.D.

North Bay Counties Chapter Chair

May 2019 - Apr 2020

Dr. James Eyerman practices psychopharmacology/psychotherapy/Ayurveda and Integrative Holistic Medicine/Psychiatry, [both native and mainstream medical approaches], employing a vairety of therapies; biological/ depth psychological/ family and psychospiritual:EMDR/Dialectic Behavior Therapy/Mindfulness Based Cognitive Behavioral Therapy/Ericksonian Hypnosis/Expressive Arts Therapy/Holotropic Breathwork. He has an Archetypal psychotherapy and dream analysis background.

 He trained with Drs. Eli Robins, Sam Guze, Donald Goodwin, Robert Woodruff, Robert Cloninger, Theodore Reich, George Murphy, and Pete [Ferris] Pitts at Washington University/ Barnes - Renard Hospital in St. Louis; and Dr. Eyerman became an expert in diagnosis and pharmacological therapeutics. He has lectured extensively across the United States and in Europe.

Alternative Medicine: Dr. Eyerman is certified in Integrative Holistic Medicine, Ayurveda, Transpersonal Psychology, Holotropic Breathwork, and Psycho-Spiritual Breathwork. He has lectured on the therapeutic benefits of Holotropic Breathwork at Washington Universitiy-St.Louis, the American Psychiatric Association/Italian Psychiatric Association Meeting—Sienna, University of California San Francisco, and EUROTAS conferences in Crete and Milan. He been trained in western herbology. He has been the Medical Director at the Ayurvedic Spa/Maharishi Ayurvedic Health Center in Sainte Genevieve, Missouri. He trained in Ayurvedic Pulse Diagnosis and Jyotish in India with Drs. Triguna and Balraj Maharishi and Dr Raju. He has been fortunate to study with the top physicians in Ayurvedic and Tibetan Medicine. He has trained with Don Manuel Quispe, pictured on the cover of National Geographiic in 1964 as "the Inca" . He studied Hatha Yoga, Pranayama, Meditation, Puja, and Homa with Shree Maa and other Yogis. He studied for over 10 years with a renowned Jyotishi, Narendra Desai. He received his direction from Thomas Merton who suggested he "read Jung and learn to meditate." 

Mission

To advance the quality and effectiveness of psychiatric care through advocacy, professional education and camaraderie.

 

 

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