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Exploring Depression: An Exploration of the 7 Models of Depression

$30.00

A 2 and a half hour overview of the 7 different pathophysiological drivers of mental health with a specific focus on depression, presented by Rachel Arthur.

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An Exploration of the 7 Models of Depression: Inflammation, Methylation, Dysglycaemia, Pyrroluria, Neuroendocrine, Neurotoxicity & Monoamine Models.

This seminar is about broadening our understanding of approaches to mental health – breaking right away from the ‘one size fits all’ model & being able to identify the best treatment approach for each individual patient that presents in your clinic. While the primary focus of this dynamic presentation is on depression, these 7 biological models apply to a wide number of psychiatric diagnoses and there is increasing evidence that much of the information is transferable, with a new consensus emerging that psychiatric solutions are less about the label and more about the pathophysiological aberration which lies behind.

WHAT YOU’LL LEARN:

  • A brief overview of the 7 different pathophysiological drivers of mental health with a specific focus on depression e.g from the inflamed brain to HPA dysregulation, from pyrroles to dysglycaemia
  • Familiarisation with the key clinical clues that point to each potential driver
  • Familiarisation with the key pathology clues (blood tests results) that point to each potential driver
  • Identification of the treatment objectives for each pathological driver
  • Latest evidence on most effective nutrients, herbs and nutraceuticals for management of each model
  • There will also be discussion via case illustration for individual support based on the unique combination of biological drivers

(Presented 2017)
Length: 2 hours & 44 minutes
Presenter: Rachel Arthur
Terms: This course is subject to future edits and alterations.
CPE Points: please click here for more information

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