Integrative Medicine for Depression

$375
Over four modules, clinicians of all specialties will become adept in identifying and assessing the biologic abnormalities—nutritional, genetic, metabolic, and environmental factors—that underlie the diagnosis of depression in numerous patients. Employing a model of functional medicine, you will learn the diagnostic tests you should be running on patients, the role key nutrients play in maintaining neurologic health, and biologic treatment protocols that can be easily incorporated into your practice.

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Integrative Medicine for Anxiety

$375
In this four-module course for clinicians of all specialties, Dr. Greenblatt makes the case for a functional and integrative medical approach to anxiety that moves away from traditional symptom classification and polypharmaceutical approaches. Protocols for patient testing are offered alongside specific nutritional interventions to address anxiogenic physiology, as well as other integrative treatments—exercise, yoga, and herbal supplements—that will enable you to maximize therapeutic interventions for your patients.

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Integrative Medicine for Managing Medication Side-Effects

$199
This course provides methods for managing medication withdrawal and side-effects (sexual dysfunction, weight gain, suicidality) through a lens of functional and integrative medicine. In particular, we examine nutritional interventions to ameliorate the withdrawal symptoms associated with SSRI antidepressants. We conclude with a general discussion regarding the role of medication in psychiatry.

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Integrative Medicine for ADHD

$375
This three-module course introduces Dr. Greenblatt’s breakthrough Plus/Minus treatment plan for ADHD patients, while also providing a comprehensive overview of the biochemistry that contributes to this disorder. Treatment strategies such as specific nutrient deficiencies will be discussed in-depth as a supplement or alternative to medication.

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Low-Dose Nutritional Lithium

$199
This course offers an immersive look at one of the oldest elements in the known universe – lithium – through an orthomolecular lens, seeking to redefine its association with human health and illuminate its potentials as a treatment for neurologic and psychiatric ailments.  An empirically substantiated rationale for the incorporation of lithium into functional protocols for disorders ranging from depression to Alzheimer’s will be presented, along with guidelines for the safe and effective administration of low-dose nutritional lithium.

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Integrative Medicine for Schizophrenia & Psychosis

$259
Developed with support from the International Society for Orthomolecular Medicine, this course incorporates classical theories of orthomolecular medicine, including Lingus Pauling, Carl Pfeiffer, and Abram Hoffer’s groundbreaking contributions, in the context of modern psychiatry. We address, in particular, the micronutrient deficiencies, toxic neurochemical aggregations, systemic inflammation, and other etiologic factors in the treatment of schizophrenia and psychosis.

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Biological Models for Suicide Prevention

$129
Developed in collaboration with the International Society for Orthomolecular Medicine, this course plumbs the underlying biochemical, nutritional, genetic, and environmental factors that lead to a diagnosis of suicidality.

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The New England Conference on ADHD

$149
Held in Manchester, NH in 2017, the “New England Conference on ADHD” features a number of today’s most prominent experts on functional and integrative psychiatry. This webinar includes five lectures, including the Q & A portion, on the subject of functional medicine approaches to ADHD.

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Adaptogens In Psychiatry

$125
In this unique course, naturopathic physician Peter Bongiorno (ND, LAc) examines the long history of plant adaptogens (natural plant materials with a variety of pharmacologic compounds) in the treatment of psychiatric illness. Based on millennial-old knowledge regarding the medicinal qualities of particular adaptogens, this course provides clinical guidelines for supplementation regimens based on patients’ diagnostic profiles.

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Integrative Medicine for Addiction

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Co-taught by Dr. James Greenblatt and Dr. Arwen Podesta, this course explores the role the role of serotonin and dopamine in reinforcing addiction, along with genetic influences and psychosocial factors in addiction susceptibility, under the paradigm of a functional and integrative psychiatric medicine approach.

Integrative Medicine for Irritability, Anger, Self-Injury, and Aggression

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This three-module course evaluates irritability, anger, self-injury, and aggression from an integrative functional medicine perspective, illuminating key biochemical imbalances that can exacerbate these destructive and potentially dangerous behaviors. Focusing on the biologic mechanisms through which intrinsic and environmental factors may precipitate aggression, it also explores evidenced-based strategies for testing and integrative treatments such as nutritional supplementation, mindfulness and meditation practices, phytochemicals, and yoga.

The Role of Spirituality in Changing Brain Chemistry and in the Treatment of Depression

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While belief in a higher power or adherence to spiritual tenets has long been accepted to benefit the human psyche, studies have shown that spirituality can cultivate healing in both mind and body. This course explores fascinating research demonstrating measurable neurologic and biochemical effects of spirituality, effects that invite the incorporation of spirituality, mindfulness practices, and meditation into integrative approaches to the treatment of depression and other psychiatric disorders.