You will complete this rich, dynamic course prepared to provide your clients with personalized, evidenced-based care that provides the missing link to mental health today. I will teach you the clinical art and science of nutritional, natural and integrative medicine to treat trauma and PTSD, depression, anxiety, insomnia ADHD and more, all methods proven to improve mood and mental health.
This certification training delivers state-of-the-art methods, including trauma-informed assessments and interventions, nutritional psychology, yoga, herbal medicine, detoxification and so much more. I will teach you how to navigate the complex relationship between what we eat and how it affects the way we think, feel, and interact with the world.
I developed this certification in response to my students, who often ask me, “How do I incorporate your methods into my practice?” “How can I do what YOU do?”
Following certification, you become eligible to attend my Advanced Applications of Integrative Medicine for Mental Health. I teach this course live, online. We meet in a small group on a monthly basis, to explore advanced methods, new interventions and do case review with live discussion. (For CMHIMP graduates only.)
Our clients want to have more balanced moods, reduce insomnia and anxiety, get off medications with side effects, and do so, naturally. Our clients want help with ADHD, focus, panic attacks, seasonal affective disorder and Bipolar.
I give you the tools and language to treat, educate, support client change, talk with other providers and make appropriate referrals
In this course I guide you step-by-step, using dynamic lectures, demonstrations, handouts, and real Q&A sessions as you learn to become a Certified Integrative Medicine for Mental Health Provider.
My goal? To support you to become a Mental Health Integrative Medicine Provider and create a satisfying career by helping your clients. And in the process, you will enhance your own health as well!
Following successful completion of this course, licensed clinicians become eligible to apply for certification
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The content and your teaching style helped keep me motivated and hopeful for the type of clinician I have always wanted to become. I am very excited to continue learning and to begin using the practical tools you offer, based on such extensive research and clinical experience.
You are the Jane Goodall of integrative medicine and nutrition.
Dr. Korn’s course on Integrative Nutrition and Mental Health is the most comprehensive program I have taken on this subject. It provides a strong foundation and tools for practice. It’s an excellent program!!
I love the work of Leslie Korn! It broke my brain! This course opened up my mind to new information that changed my life, my family’s life and allowed me to enhance the life of so many clients.
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.
CE’s for Registered Dietitians, Nutritional Therapists, Integrative and Functional Nutrition Certified Practitioners are approved by the Integrative & Functional Nutrition Academy.
24 CEU’s are approved by the Nutritional Therapy Association (NTA).
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.|
|🚩||When you complete this course, you receive access to the BrainBow Blueprint, a 30-video minute course to share with each of your clients about the role of mental health nutrition in their lives.|
This intermediate 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. The course is very accessible to non-professionals with an interest in their own health and well being.
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Certification is awarded to licensed clinicians and health professionals by Evergreen Certifications. Once you complete the 20-hour course and receive your certificate you will submit your certificate, proof of license, attest to 20 hours of clinical experience applying the concepts learned in the course, along with payment. Please apply here.
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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