Victoria L. Dunckley, M.D.
Integrative Child, Adolescent & Adult Psychiatry
Centre for Life, West Los Angeles
As an integrative psychiatrist, when I work with a patient, I look to see the whole person. From that place, I help them explore their path to mental wellness by uncovering the mysteries that have been missed, and addressing mental, physical, social, developmental, and environmental issues. Our ultimate goal is not just stability, but realization of full potential. There is always a path, no matter how complicated or hopeless your situation might feel.Read more
Victoria L. Dunckley, M.D, is an award-winning integrative child psychiatrist, author, speaker, and activist. She is a nationally-recognized expert on the impact of screen-time on brain health and development, and coined the term “Electronic Screen Syndrome” to describe how electronics can overstimulate and detune a child’s nervous system, causing mood, focus, sleep and behavioral issues.
A frequent media commentator for print, radio, documentaries and TV, she has been interviewed on such outlets as the Today show, NBC Nightly News, Investigation Discovery, Good Morning America, NPR, and Fox News LA. She also blogs monthly for Psychology Today.
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Dr Dunckley on Good Morning America: Parents with 2 young kids obsessed with electronics get an intervention (May 18th, 2017):
I’m excited to announce I’m joining forces with an alternative healing center called the Centre for Life, located in Los Angeles in the Marina Del Rey area. The new office is conveniently located near West LA, Venice, Culver City, and Santa Monica just off the 90W from the 405 freeway.
The Centre was opened by homeopath Avghi Constantinides and is serviced by acupuncturists, psychiatrists, a pediatrician, naturopaths, and hypnotherapists. To better serve my patients with a holistic approach, I’ve begun preparing for an additional board specialty in integrative medicine (American Board of Integrative Holistic Medicine). Working closely with other alternative health practitioners allows me to both further my education and refer patients for consultation in a convenient manner.
New Services: Along with micronutrient testing, I’ll now be offering neurotransmitter testing, food and chemical sensitivity testing, and hormonal and metabolic panels. These tests help individualize supplement regimens, optimize treatment, and minimize psychotropic medication use.