Fact: A wide range of non-pharmacological tools support the notion that psychiatric care is more than medication dispensement. Health, healing, and mental health form the bedrock of integrative psychiatry. It is from this ground-level vantage that we can begin to see our treatments, our tools, our tasks, and our patients in a light that fosters healing rather than the absence of symptoms. Integrative medicine seeks first to do no harm. Above all else, we want to protect the mind, body, and spirit of our patients. With proper support and the alleviation of obstacles, the mind, body, or spirit can often heal itself. This is one of the obvious though often overlooked facts of health, especially in the territory of the brain—that care comes best as a support mechanism, not an intervention.