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bulletAll three books comprising the Transformation Trilogy are now available online in paperback, hardback and eBook formats.
bulletJanuary 28. The revised Internet Enabled eBook, now called Nutrients Quiet the Unquiet Brain will shortly be available for purchase at Xlibris, Amazon and other online book sellers. The timeless story of a family, our family  dealing with bipolar disorder is the same. New research is presented as well as updates on our family's journey.
bulletI was invited back to the 2015 Physicians Round Table Conference in Orlando Florida. The conference runs from 20 to 22 March. I will be presenting on the Topic: "Mental Illness--Not What We Think."
bulletMarch 13-16 2014 Physicians Round Table conference (Download flyer here) My topic: Borrelia burgdorferi, Depression and Psychosis.
bulletCurrently working on a new book to be entitled Beyond Mental Illness. If you would like to know when the book will be available go to www.beyondmentalillness.us and sign up.

Past Events

bulletThe interview by Sue Vogan with me entitled "Antibiomania" was published in July 2007 at Public Health Alert.  The article discusses the role antibiotics can play in provoking or halting psychosis. The August issue is specifically about psychiatric aspects of Lyme and is recommended. 
bulletAn article by the author entitled "The Power and Peril of Paradigms" was published in the Fall edition of the Lyme Times.
bulletThe July issue of the Townsend Letter contains an article written by the author entitled the "Two Minute 24-hour mania manager."
bullet Sunday, April 30, 2006 A free teleconference entitled "Mental Illness Symptoms and Lyme" starts at 4 PM Eastern Daylight Time and ends at 6:25.  Sponsored and organized by Tony Parker, Kingston, New York.
bulletSaturday, April 29, 2006 at the Center for the Arts in Grass Valley from 10:AM to 4:PM Alternatives to Mental Illness and Addictions, a workshop by David Moyer, LCSW (AK), LT Col, USAF Ret Cost: $20 per person $30 per family Call 1-877-688-8637.
bullet April 13, 2006 David Moyer will again be Sue Vogan's guest on IN SHORT ORDER.
bullet April 1-2, 2006 -  Author will be representing Nu-Tune Press at the Hope to Heal Lyme Conference at the  Hyatt Regency Reston. Sunday morning at 8 AM he will present some of the ideas in his book. 
bullet March  4-5 2006 Author will have a booth of "Too Good to be True Books" at the annual Health Fair at the Miner's Foundry in Nevada City.  All books are are available at wholesale prices for those attending the April 29 workshop in Grass Valley.
bullet March 3, 2005
Tune in at 9:00 PM EST on March 3, 2006 to IN SHORT ORDER with Sue Vogan. This week, Sue's guest will be David Moyer, licensed Social Worker and author of "Too Good to be True? Nutrients Quiet the Unquiet Brain."
bullet February 18, 2006 - On Saturday, February 18 from 2-4 PM there will be a book signing at Borders located at 2323 S Decatur Blvd, Las Vegas, Nevada (702)258-0999   View Map
bulletJanuary 15, 2006 from 1-4 PM Alternatives to Mental Illness and Addictions workshop at Rouge Valle Metaphysical Library
bulletJanuary 14 2006 from 4-6 PM author David Moyer, a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and retired Air Force Lt Col will be at Vitamin Market at 250 NE Garden Valley Boulevard in Roseburg Oregon for a signing of his book Too Good To Be True? Nutrients Quiet the Unquiet Brain - a Four Generation Bipolar Odyssey. Moyer is the adult son of Ray W. Moyer, a person who made a name for himself in Roseburg as a local gadfly in the late 70’s and early 80’s. All throughout his life David Moyer saw his father go from one misadventure to another in the style of the fictional Don Quixote.

Ray Moyer, who died at the age of 87 in July 2004 once ran for a local school board. He tried to rally public support against the then County Superintendent of Schools. He spent time in the Douglas County Jail for disturbing the peace. He wrote many letters about his “CTA-OEA” organization to Roseburg residents and across the country, including the White House. He was so disruptive that at one time a judge actually banned him from the city of Roseburg. Mr. Moyer, a World War II disabled veteran exhibited this unusual and troubling behavior because of a mental illness called bipolar disorder.

David Moyer wrote the book after his own son began to exhibit some of the same symptoms as his grandfather. As both a mental health professional and a member of a family that struggled with and still struggles with bipolar disorder, he has a unique perspective, one that has taken him to paths less traveled. His book discusses, among other things, the role that nutraceuticals - ordinary vitamins, minerals and amino acids - can have in quieting the unquiet brain of those with bipolar and other central nervous system disorders. Among other innovative treatments he discusses in the book is the treatment of chronic infections such as Lyme disease for some.

The book was written to help patients, families, teachers, mental health professionals, doctors, nurses, police and judges to better understand and deal with a wide range of mental disorders, and especially bipolar disorder. This medical detective story finds hidden clues to aid in understanding and treating the disorder. One of these, a method Moyer calls the “two-minute 24-hour mania manager” was first reported in the literature in 2004. This is a method that has stopped mania instantly without drugs or electroshock treatment for up to 24 hours.

The public is invited.
bulletJanuary 13, 2006 - From 7-9 PM there will be what promises to be a very interesting combined book event at East West Books in Seattle. One book, Friends and Family Bipolar Survival Guide by Debra and Paul Meehl discusses practical management issues as they pertain to both the patient and family. This book is written from the standpoint of mainstream management of the disorder. The other, Too Good to be True? Nutrients Quiet the Unquiet Brain provides new perspective for assessing and diagnosing the disorder. While the two books offer fundamentally different perspectives, they share an important common one. Whatever the treatment, consistent application of effective strategies is absolutely needed and a network of informed loving support is crucial to success. 
bulletJanuary 12, 2005 - Author will be at Kaili's Kitchen in Seattle to sign books on December  from 4-6 PM. Kaili's is an innovative gluten free restaurant in Edmonds Washington.
bulletDecember 16, 2005 - Third Place Books in Seattle will host a book event with author on Friday, December 16 starting at 6:30 PM. Author will speak on the "Power and Peril of Paradigms."
bulletFrom 11AM to 3PM on October 22nd author will be signing books at the October Fest at Sunrise Foods in Roseville on Douglas Avenue.
bulletFrom  Sept 26 to  the second of October , author will make a return visit to the Travis AFB Bx representing his book as well as the "Too Good to be True?" line of books offering solutions not only for bipolar disorder and other mental disorders, but also for smoking, drug and alcohol abuse, ADD, autism, depression, surgery complications, and cancer. He will be available for discussions, signings from 9AM to 8 PM daily.
bullet25 Sept - Author will be available for discussion and signing of his book at the annual author's open House at Odyssey Books in Grass Valley from 2 to 3 PM.
bullet15-21 August author will be manning a booth at the Travis AFB Main Bx during business hours. Books from the "Too Good to be True?" book series will be available for sale.
bulletThursday 11 August, author will present at The Book Barn  at 135 NW Minnesota, Bend Oregon at 6 PM
bullet15-17 July Too Good to be True? Nutrients Quiet the Unquiet Brain will be available at the Salem Art Fair and Festival at the Oregon Reads tent.  Author will be at the booth on Saturday, July 16 from 12-2 PM and Sunday, July 17 from 10 AM to 2 PM for signings and discussions. 
bulletMay 7 in Connecticut  there will be an all day conference on the 30th anniversary of the discovery of Lyme disease.  The book will available there as well as additionals books on Lyme disease. If you are near the area, check it out. They have some great speakers planned.
bulletApril 12th at 7AM PST  Dr Pieter Taams. M.D., N.D. interviewed author on VoiceAmerica, the industry leader in internet talk radio on Health and Wellness.
bulletOn Mar 28, 6 to 8 PM at the Longs Store located at 738 Bancroft Road, Walnut Creek, Ca 94596 author will present a workshop entitled "The Power and Peril of Paradigms."  Attendance is free but reservations are required as there are only 15 seats available. Call toll free 1-877-688-8637 or click on the link below for reservations.
POWER & PERILS OF PARADIGMS
The models, or paradigms we use to understand mental illness have an impact on our treatment strategies. This presentation by David Moyer, the author of Too Good to be True? Nutrients Quiet the Unquiet Brain - a Four Generation Bipolar Odyssey, will focus on some specific ways different paradigms of mental illness can affect treatment outcomes. For example, using psychiatric medications or supplements to treat symptoms that have not been accurately diagnosed can be harmful, even deadly. Conversely, matching the correct treatment to the correct model can be curative.  Mr. Moyer will provide a broad overview of paradigms of care using examples from his book as well as recent events in his family's bipolar odyssey. 
bulletOn March 16, 6 to 8PM at the Longs Store located at 738 Bancroft Road, Walnut Creek, Ca 95996 author will present a workshop entitled  "Can Nutrients Quiet the Unquiet Brain ? Attendance is free but reservations are required as there are only 15 seats available. Call toll free 1-877-688-8637 for reservations.
bulletFeb 24-27 author will be attending the Heart Health and Lyme Disease Symposium sponsored by Orthomolecular Health Medicine at the Cathedral Hotel in San Francisco. Books will be on sale there.
bulletLocal or national buyers from Borders can now place the the book in their stores and schedule book events as well.  Check here for future events.
bulletJan 4, 2005, from 7-9:00 PM at the Rogue Valley Metaphysical Library  Event Center at 258 A Street #2, Ashland, Oregon, 97520 (Ph 541-552-9119) author will discuss how nutrients can quiet the unquiet brain.
bulletOctober 8 from 6:00-8:00 PM the author will be facilitating a workshop entitled "Can Nutrients Quiet the Unquiet Brain?" at the Longs Drugs Wellness Center at 2662 Del Mar Heights Road, Del Mar California. Cost is $10.00 per person/family. Minimum class size: 6. To register send check or money order to Nu-Tune Press, P.O. Box 691, Penn Valley Ca 95946.  (Indicate the location and date.)  You may also call call 1-877-688-8637 to make a reservation. Checks will be returned if the minimum number does not register. 
bulletOctober 7 at 7:30 at the Glendale Hilton at 100 W Glenoaks Boulevard, Glendale, California, author will be selling "too good to be true" books before and after the Safe Harbor  Fourth Annual Awards Celebration and fund raiser. Come hear speakers Dr Laura Schlessinger, Dr Doris Rapp, and Dr Melvyn Werbach while supporting Safe Harbor, an organization dedicated to finding and sharing alternative solutions to mental illness. Tickets are $95.00 in advance, $125 at the door. There will be hors d'oeuvres and entertainment by Robbie Brown and Family.
bulletOn Sunday, September 19 from 12-1PM Cary Nosler from the Wide World of Health will interview author from 12 noon to 1:00 PM on Talk 650 KSTE
bulletOn Sunday, Sept 12, local authors, including this writer, will be signing their books at Odyssey Books at 11989, Sutton Way, Grass Valley. Too Good to be True will be featured from 3:30 to 4:30 PM
bulletOn Friday August 27 at Sunnyside Health Foods at 2033 W Bullard, Fresno California author will be speaking and signing books from 3-5 PM.  
bulletMay 21, from  12:00-1:00, author will present a class entitled, "Nutrients Quiet the Unquiet Brain" at the Longs Wellness Center at the corner of Highway 49 and Combie Road near Auburn California.
bulletApril 30, author will speak at the Friends of Restorative Orthomolecular Medicine (FOR-OM) meeting at the 33rd International Society of Orthomolecular Medicine conference in Vancouver BC at the Fairmont Waterfront Centre Hotel Ballroom from 6:45-9:45. www.orthomed.org. Come to hear Margo Kidder as well as leading edge authors whose books deal with promising nutritional approaches to mental disorders.
bulletApril 22, - book reading/signing from 5 to 6:30 PM at Jackson's Books, Pringle Park Plaza - 320 Liberty Street S.E. Salem Or., 97301
bulletApril 21, 2004. book event at Ashland Food Cooperative, 237 N First, Ashland Oregon (541-488-3255)
bulletApril 16, book reading/signing from 7:30-8:30 at Avid Bookstore 617 Second St, Davis Ca (530-758-4040).
bulletFebruary 25-26 American Library Association meeting at Seattle Convention Center
bulletNov 17, book reading/signing at Robin's Bookstore at 7 PM at 108 S. 13th St, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Call 1-215-735-9600 for any details.)
bulletNov 14-16 author will be in Philadelphia for the annual Lyme Disease Association  and the Lyme and Associated Diseases Society  conferences (Nov 14, 15-16) respectively at Hyatt Hotel at Penn's Landing.
bulletNovember, 2003 appearing on local community access television, FCAT on  Healing Insights with Susie Daggett. First interview is Monday, Nov 3, 8 PM, Saturday, Nov 8 8 AM and Sunday, Nov 9, 5:30 PM. Second interview is on Monday, Nov 10, 8 PM, Saturday, Nov 15, 8 AM and Sunday, Nov 16, 5:30 PM.
bulletOctober 8, 2003 Safe Harbor Annual Awards in Los Angeles. See www.alternativementalhealth.com. Author will be there and books will be for sale.
bulletSunday, Sept 14, 2003 local authors, including this writer, will be signing their books at Odyssey Books at 11989, Sutton Way, Grass Valley. Too Good to be True will be featured from 3 PM to 4 PM.
bulletThursday, June 25, 2003 Nu-Tune Press becomes a Longs Drugs vendor. If you can't find Too Good to be True? Nutrients Quiet the Unquiet Brain  or other "too good to be true" books in Longs Drugs, ask the manager to order it for you.
bulletFriday, June 20, Baker and Taylor receive first shipment of books; national distribution is now a possibility.  
bulletSaturday, June 7, 2003 4-7PM - book signing at Sacramento Natural  Foods Co-op, 1900 Alhambra Blvd, Sacramento California
bulletMay 26 through June 5: California Book promo tour including Non Pharma II, "Non-Pharmaceutical Approaches to Mental Disorders, Pasadena Sheraton Hotel, May 31 through 1 June. 
bulletSaturday, May 17, 2003 1- 4 PM - book signing at Sundance Bookstore, 1155 W. 4th Street #106, Reno Nevada
bulletAuthor in Alaska promoting book May 4-9. Attending 29th Annual School on Addictions May 5-7
bulletThursday, February 20, 2003 7 PM - book signing at Odyssey Books, Grass Valley California
bulletJan 29, 2003 7 PM  - book signing at the Barns and Noble Bookstore in Roseville California.
bulletJan 10, 2003 3 PM - Mary Starret's Radio Talk Show on Portland's Channel KPDQ features an interview with the author.

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