Benefit from decades of clinical experience and supportive research evidence as you acquire the knowledge to improve mental health outcomes.
Guided by Dr. James Greenblatt, board-certified psychiatrist and thought-leader in integrative medicine, this course series examines the established evidence for orthomolecular applications in psychiatry. Each course reinforces the importance of evaluating an individual’s nutritional biochemistry as a factor in the pathogenesis of mental health disorders, enabling clinicians to confidently and effectively improve their ability to diagnosis and treat patients.
This course contains four modules designed to provide health care professionals with a framework for integrating nutritional diagnosis and treatment in the clinical management of Depression. Evidence-based interventions focused on inflammation, the microbiome, dietary macronutrient balance, and micronutrient supplementation for supporting methylation and drug-induced nutrient depletion will be presented. Live module presentation dates: March 1, 8, 15, 22 Additional Information
Schizophrenia & Psychosis Course
Schizophrenia is a highly variable, multifactorial mental disorder producing a spectrum of symptoms ranging from odd but harmless behavioral abnormalities to full psychosis. The concept of biochemical individuality is therefore of particular importance within integrative approaches to treatment of this unique illness. This six-module course incorporates the theories of orthomolecular medicine into nutritional psychiatry, presenting decades of supportive research evidence. In addition to vitamin deficiencies, multiple contributors to inflammation are implicated in the etiology of schizophrenia and addressed in a comprehensive, integrative treatment plan for use in clinical practice. Live module presentation dates: May 3, 10, 17, 24, 31, June 7 Additional Information