This course combines a live, monthly, hour-long group meeting with a self-paced online course. You learn advanced methods, interventions while doing case reviews.
As Integrative Mental Health Medicine Providers we will identify and resolve challenges encountered within your current caseload as we apply the BrainBow BlueprintⓇ.
Topics include client program adherence, the use of herbal, nutritional dietary, somatic, and other approaches in the BrainBow BlueprintⓇ, strategies to taper, reduce and eliminate medications, matching intervention plans to personality and diagnosis, and specific protocols for intervention.
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12 CE Credits
The Advanced Integrative Medicine consultation group allowed me to work with Dr. Korn directly over a significant period of time. Doing a deep dive on one case for an entire hour allowed me to apply the BrainBow Blueprint model in a safe learning environment. As a busy therapist, one hour a month for a year was minimal commitment with maximum client impact. Dr. Korn has the knowledge of an encyclopedia (or two!); and also has the heart of a teacher and mentor. I now conduct integrative intakes for all of my clients and I feel confident in prioritizing care and making recommendations.
Dr. Leslie Korn is a renowned expert in integrative medicine for the treatment of trauma and its physical sequelae including chronic digestive illness, insomnia, pain, substance abuse, diabetes, cognitive decline and “unexplained illnesses”. She has provided over 65,000 hours of clinical care integrating psychotherapy and somatic therapies with nutritional, culinary and herbal medicine. She completed her training at Harvard Medical School and The Harvard School of Public Health. She is licensed and board certified in 4 clinical disciplines. She has been faculty instructor at Harvard in the department of psychiatry and faculty at 2 Naturopathic medical schools. She lived for 25 years in the jungle of Mexico, where she worked alongside indigenous healers and directed a pro bono health center. Her clinical practice focuses on helping clients who are ill with restoring their health and reducing or eliminating medications.
Her mentoring practice focuses on helping clinicians create a successful, integrative medicine, trauma- informed career. Her ethic of compassion and care is informed by feminist values of social justice and her love for dogs.
Provided by Commonwealth Educational Seminars for Psychologists, Marriage & Family Therapists, Professional Counselors, Social Workers, and Nurses.
CE’s for Registered Dietitians, Nutritional Therapists, Integrative and Functional Nutrition Certified Practitioners are approved by the Integrative & Functional Nutrition Academy.
There is no known commercial support nor conflict of interest for this program.
|🚩||Purchase this course and receive a 60-minute bonus course, Nutritional & Integrative Tips During COVID-19, with 10+ best self-care strategies for you & your clients.|
This advanced-level program is geared to psychologists, social workers, marriage and family therapists, professional counselors, nurses, nutritionists, massage therapists, PT’s OT’s Psychiatrists, and others for use in the clinical setting.
Module 1 – The Second Brain: Trust Your Gut I
Module 2 – The Second Brain: Trust Your Gut II
Module 3 – Psychotropic Side Effects and Withdrawal I
Module 4 – Psychotropic Side Effects and Withdrawal II
Module 5 – Somatic Empathy – The template of Touch I
Module 6 – Somatic Empathy – The template of Touch II
Module 7 – Botanical Medicines for Mental Health
Module 8 – Integrative Medicine for Post Traumatic Stress and Complex Trauma
Module 9 – Traditional Medicine on the West Coast of Mexico
Module 10 – CAM Therapy for Stress Reduction
Module 11 – Change Mood with Food
Module 12 – Culture, Assessment and Diagnosis
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Chedid, V., Dhalla, S., Clarke, J. O., Roland, B. C., Dunbar, K. B., Koh, J., … Mullin, G. E. (2014). Herbal therapy is equivalent to rifaximin for the treatment of small intestinal bacterial overgrowth. Global Advances in Health and Medicine, 3(3), 16–24. doi: 10.7453/gahmj.2014.019.
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Frost, G., Sleeth, M. L., Sahuri-Arisoylu, M., Lizarbe, B., Cerdan, S., Brody, L., … Bell, J. D. (2014). The short-chain fatty acid acetate reduces appetite via a central homeostatic mechanism. Nature Communications, 5, 3611.
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The course starts now and never ends! It is a completely self-paced online course – you decide when you start and when you finish.
How does lifetime access sound? After enrolling, you have unlimited access to this course for as long as you like – across any and all devices you own.
If you are not 100% satisfied with this course you may send an email and you will be provided with a full refund, no questions asked.
Please note that due to the small class size and invitation-only nature of the Advanced Applications of Integrative Medicine for Mental Health (Levels 1 and 2), no refunds can be provided following payment.
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