Nutrition for Mood and Cognitive Repair
Effective Strategies to balance mood and enhance cognitive function
This course will provide state- of- the- art knowledge about the application of nutrition and herbs to addressing mood and cognitive health in your patients.
This course is designed for nutrition professionals and other health professionals and nutrition- savvy individuals who work with foods, supplements and herbal medicines to enhance mental health and cognitive performance.
You Will Learn How To:
- Decrease inflammation and thereby decrease depression
- Apply specific nutrients improve and stabilize mood
- Balance circadian rhythm to support mood, sleep and cognitive
- Recommend specific nutrients supplements and herbs to improve mood
- Assess the effects of Blood pH diet and anxiety and nutritional interventions
- Incorporate fats for brain and cognitive repair
- Use glandulars for brain and cognitive well being
- Apply specific supplements and herbs to address insomnia
- Address “sundowning” in dementia
- Use detoxification strategies for optimal mental well being
At the end of this course you will have a detailed overview and action plan that will allow you to understand how nutrition can improve mental health and cognitive function.
Note: In this course, I provide specific products from Biotics Research Corporation that I use in my clinical practice successfully with patients by the. While I recommend these particular products I do not personally earn a commission on these sales and there are equivalent products found elsewhere by equally reputable companies. You can also see excellent resources for products mentioned on my website at http://drlesliekorn.com
Dr. Leslie Korn is a renowned expert in mental health nutrition and traumatology and has provided over 50,000 hours of clinical care in nutrition, bodywork and psychotherapy.
She has blazed trails by introducing somatic therapies for the treatment of mental illness at Harvard Medical School, where she was a clinical fellow in Psychology and Religion. She is a Nutritional Therapy Practitioner, National Board Certified in Polarity therapy and Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork and a licensed mental health counselor and National approved clinical supervisor. She completed her graduate training at Harvard Medical School, Harvard School of Public Health. She was clinical director at New England School of Acupuncture, Associate professor at California Institute of Integral Studies and is Core Faculty at Capella University. Her passion is to coach clinicians in the application of mental health nutrition and integrative approaches for mental and physical well-being and to help them grow their practice. She is the author of Nutrition Essentials for Mental Health: A Complete Guide to the Food-MoodConnection, Rhythms of Recovery: Trauma, Nature and the Body, The Good Mood Kitchen, Eat Right, feel Right, Multicultural Counseling Workbook and Preventing and Treating Diabetes, Naturally: The Native Way.