Nutritional Psychiatry: Your Brain on Food Course Course is organized by CE International and will be held on Jun 25, 2019 at Port St. Lucie Civic Center, Port Saint Lucie, Florida, United States of America.
Who Should Attend:
• Nursing Professionals
• Physical Therapy Professionals
• Occupational Therapy Professionals
• Mental Health Counselors, Therapists Social Workers
• Medical Professionals
• Nursing Professionals (all nursing professionals - RN, NP, LPN, etc.)- 6 Contact Hours
• Pharmacists - 6 Contact Hours
• Registered Dietitians and Diet Technicians - 6 Contact Hours
• Physical Therapy Professionals - 6 Contact Hours
• Clinical Social Work, Marriage & Family Therapy and Mental Health Counseling - 6 Contact Hours
• Occupational Therapy Professionals - 6 Contact Hours
Nutritional psychiatry is a growing discipline that focuses on the use of food and supplements to provide
these essential nutrients as part of an integrated or alternative treatment for mental health disorders.The link
between poor mental health has long been recognized by dietitians working in the field of psychiatry.
Recently, psychiatrists are now becoming increasingly aware of the benefits of using nutritional approaches
to mental health, calling for research into this new field of treatment.
It is now known that many mental health conditions are caused by inflammation in the brain which ultimatelycauses our brain cells to die. This inflammatory response starts in our gut and is associated with a lack of nutrients from our food such as magnesium, omega-3 fatty acids, probiotics, vitamins and minerals that are all essential for the optimal function of our bodies.
This course explores the current research regarding nutritional psychiatry focusing on mood disorders,
depression, anxiety, ADHD, autism, microbiome-gut-brain axis, obesity, food addition and binge-eating disorder. Intermediate level.
This course can be attended either live onsite, live online or on-demand.
• State the relationship between diet, nutrition and mental health.
• Define key targets for nutritional intervention: The immune system, brain plasticity and the microbiome-gut-brain axis.
• List dietary deficiencies that contribute to the development of mental health disorders.
• Explain the connection between intestinal inflammation, brain inflammation and mood disorders.
• Recognize the research on the role of diet and dietary supplements in treating depression and anxiety.
• Define dietary strategies for treating children and adults with ADHD.
• Identify the research on nutrition and dietary interventions for autism spectrum disorder.
• Explain the relationship between leaky gut, ADHD, and autism along with how inflammation affects behavior.
• List the five main types of overeating and how diet affects neurotransmitters.
• Explain the science of food addiction and brain signals.
• Name diet strategies for treating binge eating behavior.
|Contact No. :||214.624.9870
|Registration Type||End Date||Price|
|Single Registration Early Fee||14 Jun,2019||USD 84.00|
|Single Registration Regular Fee||24 Jun,2019||USD 94.00|
|Group (3 or more at same time) Early Fee||14 Jun,2019||USD 79.00|
|Group (3 or more at same time) Regular Fee||24 Jun,2019||USD 89.00|