Pam Conrad’s book answers to the growing interest in aromatherapy for mental health management, as well as the accompanying safety concerns about essential oil use and methodology. This timely and evidence-based book provides practical advice on how to use aromatherapy to help women’s mental health. It provides a holistic approach, presenting historical insights into mental health therapies, general aromatherapy concepts, and specific, practical advice for evidence-based aromatherapeutic treatments to address diseases such as anxiety, depression, and panic disorders. The book also gives helpful advice on how to assist kid mental wellness.
It covers a wide range of subjects, including bereavement, pregnancy, postpartum, PMS, and menopause. This comprehensive collection of ideas and guidance is a must-have resource for healthcare providers looking to broaden their holistic practice and address women’s mental health. It can be read in conjunction with Pam Conrad’s earlier book, “Health Aromatherapy: A Clinically Evidence-Based Guide for Nurses, Midwives, Doulas, and Therapists,” or as a stand-alone. It gives healthcare providers practical knowledge and evidence-based ways for incorporating aromatherapy into their care to improve women’s mental health.