2020 Fellowship Start Date: October 1
This 3-month online fellowship draws clinical inspiration from the best-selling book Finally Focused by James Greenblatt, MD, pioneer in the field of functional psychiatry and founder of Psychiatry Redefined (PR).
In this convenient online fellowship, Dr. Greenblatt introduces his breakthrough Plus/Minus treatment plan for ADHD patients, providing a comprehensive overview of the biochemistry that contributes to this disorder, as well as corresponding functional medicine treatment strategies.
- Three-module course approved for 4.0 CME credits
- 6 hours of lectures from The New England Conference on ADHD
- 6 live group case discussions
- One year membership to the Psychiatry Redefined listserv
It’s time we deliver a better model of hope and recovery for our patients. Register today to begin utilizing a functional, patient-centric model of care in your practice.
Learn from Esteemed Clinicians
Register today and receive 6 hours of exclusive lectures from the New England Conference on ADHD!
Strength-Based Treatment: What I Have Learned About ADHD in 67 Years
by Edward Hallowell, MD
Nutritional Solutions for ADHD
by James Greenblatt, MD
Genetic Testing and Personalized Medications for ADHD
by Jay Lombard, DO
Environmental Toxins, ADHD, and Behavioral Problems
by William Shaw, PhD
Functional Medicine for ADHD Course
by James Greenblatt, MD
Included in the ADHD Fellowship is the Functional Medicine for ADHD course, which will help you understand and utilize an integrative, patient-centric model of care in your practice, providing a new model of hope and recovery for patients.
What You’ll Learn
- In Module 1, we present a neurobiological model of ADHD that relies on discovering and treating nutritional deficiencies, genetics, and environmental factors, primarily as they relate to lead or copper exposure.
- Module 2 explains the role of macronutrients—lipids, proteins, and carbohydrates—in the presentation of ADHD symptoms, along with the factors contributing to altered glucose metabolism that are commonly observed in ADHD populations. Dr. Greenblatt will also examine the roles of amino acids and vitamin D, therapeutic applications of oligomeric proanthocyanidins (OPCs), and a patient’s genetic profile in the absorption of particular lipids.
- In Module 3, we examine micronutrients and provide evidence-based functional medicine strategies for treating ADHD—copper/zinc balance, phosphorus, magnesium, iron, and lithium. Guidelines for testing, recommendations for supplementation and augmentation, and specific clinical pearls will be provided, with an emphasis on the practical ramifications of biochemical individuality in the treatment of this complex disorder. We conclude our course with “Beyond Biochemistry,” a discussion on the importance of patient collaboration, and listening more attentively to our patients, rather than merely directing them.
What You Get
The Finally Focused Fellowship in Functional Medicine for ADHD includes:
6 Hours of Group Interaction
Live, dedicated case discussions and small group supervision for program registrants.
1-year Membership in PR Listserv
Access to the private listserv for collaboration, discussion, and ongoing support with your peers.
3-Hour Online Course
This fellowship includes a 3-module course approved by AAFP for 4.0 Prescribed CME Credits.
6 Hours of Lectures
Special lectures by James Greenblatt, MD, William Shaw, PhD, Jay Lombard, DO, and Edward Hallowell, MD from the New England Conference on ADHD.
Live Group Supervisions
Join your fellow registrants for case collaboration, educational discussions, and direct mentorship from Dr. James Greenblatt during live video sessions (Zoom and/or GoToWebinar).
Group supervision video call-in details, links and specific meeting times will be sent to each registered fellow 1-2 days before the listed Group Supervision dates. Please note: these live discussions are open to registered fellows only.
Designed By Clinicians, For Clinicians
Discover a wealth of evidence-based instruction developed and led by Dr. James Greenblatt, a psychiatrist with decades of clinical experience in functional medicine and nutritional psychiatry.
James Greenblatt, MD
A pioneer in the field of functional psychiatry, James M. Greenblatt, MD, has treated patients since 1988. After receiving his medical degree and completing his psychiatry residency at George Washington University, Dr. Greenblatt completed a fellowship in child and adolescent psychiatry at Johns Hopkins Medical School. Dr. Greenblatt currently serves as the Chief Medical Officer at Walden Behavioral Care in Waltham, MA and serves as an Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at Tufts University School of Medicine and Dartmouth College Geisel School of Medicine.
An acknowledged functional medicine expert, educator, and author, Dr. Greenblatt has lectured internationally on the scientific evidence for nutritional interventions in psychiatry and mental illness. Through three decades of practice and research, Dr. Greenblatt is a leading contributor to the revolution of personalized medicine for mental illness.
In April of 2017, Dr. Greenblatt was inducted into the Orthomolecular Medicine Hall of Fame by the International Society of Orthomolecular Medicine, which has recognized significant contributors to science and medicine who operate from the perspective of biochemical individuality and nutrition-based therapies since 2004. Dr. Greenblatt shares this honor with recognized founders in the field of functional and integrative medicine, beginning with the pioneers of nutritional psychiatry Abram Hoffer, Linus Pauling, and Roger Williams.
His book series, Psychiatry Redefined, draws on his many years of experience and expertise in functional medicine for psychiatry. Dr. Greenblatt’s knowledge in the areas of biology, genetics, psychology, and nutrition as they interact in the treatment of mental illness has made him a highly sought-after speaker at national and international conferences and workshops. He currently offers online courses for professionals as well as specialized fellowship programs in the functional medicine approaches to psychiatry. For more information, please visit www.JamesGreenblattMD.com.