Integrative mental health events

Closing The Gates to Brain Deterioration: how to help your ‘tired all the time’, brain fogged clients

9 March 2019, UK

Tom O’Bryan will address the latest research on the ‘Leaky Brain’ and Breach of the Blood Brain Barrier (B4). Where does it come from? And what to do to fix it? This information is of critical value with brain fog, depression, anxiety, learning difficulties, attention deficit, autism, alzheimer’s disease, parkinson’s disease, seizures, and many more.

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Optimum Nutrition for the Mind

16 March 2019, UK

This worskhop, while focussed on nutrition, also includes simple lifestyle changes and exercises for optimising mental health and helping de-stress, stay centred and sleep well. Patrick Holford will also explore the advantages of a high fat ketogenic diet for neurological disorders.

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Hidden Mineral Imbalances: Their role in metabolic syndrome, stress and accelerated ageing

30 March 2019, UK

We consume an acidogenic, minerally-depleted Western diet, which creates ongoing pH disturbances. Latent acidity depletes vital minerals in a vicious cycle leading to chronic disease, with research linking mineral disturbances to endocrine and metabolic dysfunction, stress, weight gain, ageing, poor brain function, metabolic syndrome and cardiovascular disease.

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iCAAD London Conference

6-8 May 2019, UK

Europe’s leading behavioural, mental and emotional health conference, specialising in addiction, recovery and wellbeing.

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10th Annual Integrative Medicine for Mental Health Conference

15-18 August 2019, US

The conference will give practitioners a holistic approach to successfully diagnose and treat underlying causes contributing to the manifestations of neurological, behavioral, and psychiatric disorders. Better outcomes are reached when the causes are addressed and treated through a combination of specialized testing and nutritional therapies, even in combination with traditional approaches.

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How to Prevent and Reverse Cognitive Decline: using personalised medicine to make Alzheimer’s a rare disease

14 September 2019, UK

Alzheimer’s disease should be—and shall be—a rare disease. At the lectures, Dale Bredesen will discuss the first examples of the reversal of cognitive decline in Alzheimer’s disease and the personalized, precision medicine approach that has now been used in thousands of patients, as well as updates to this therapeutic approach.

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ISNPR Conference: Nutritional Medicine as Mainstream in Psychiatry

20-22 October 2019, UK

This meeting will reflect the broad and evolving spectrum of Nutritional Psychiatry research, from the sub-cellular to translation and implementation science. There will be a strong focus on basic science and the biological processes and factors that underpin the links between diet, nutrition and mental health, including the gut-brain axis, immunological and metabolic processes and molecular science.

More info here.

Event highlights

Coming soon – Recounts of the events we attended. Stay tuned!

Integrative Healthcare Symposium Annual Conference

22-24 February 2018, US

Multi-disciplinary practitioners come together to connect, learn, collaborate and develop insights and techniques that they can incorporate into practices.


UCLA Integrative Medicine and Mental Health

7-8 April 2018, US

The conference will provide a scientific update on the healing effects of music and sound on the brain, mind and body. The conference will include lectures and experimental workshops.


Nutrition & Health Conference

30 April-2 May 2018, US

This conference provides insights on nutrition, prevention and healthful living from internationally recognised researchers, educators and clinicians. It is designed for physicians, nutritionists, pharmacists, naturopaths and interested members of the public.


Mental Health America Annual Conference

14-16 June 2018, US

Mental Health America is a community-based nonprofit dedicated to addressing those living with mental illness and to promoting overall mental health.


Integrative Healthcare and Applied Nutrition Summit

30 June 2018, UK

The IHCAN Summit features industry-leading speakers presenting the most cutting-edge research in the integrative health and complementary and alternative medicine field.


Integrative Medicine For Mental Health Conference

6-9 September 2018, US

The conference will give practitioners a holistic approach to successfully diagnose and treatment underlying issues contributing to the manifestations of neurological, behavioural, and psychiatric disorders.


Academy of Integrative Health & Medicine Annual Conference

22-26 September 2018, US

The Academy of Integrative Health & Medicine Annual Conference includes a variety of lectures presenting scientific evidence and practical ideas, and provides an opportunity to share in education, research and networking.


Could Nutrition Treat Mental Illness? with Prof Julia Rucklidge

4 October 2018, UK

What we eat affects our mental health. In this lecture, Prof Rucklidge will challenge the current treatment regime for mental disorders and suggest an alternative course of action.

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Applying Functional Medicine in Clinical Practice

4-8 October 2018, UK

Applying Functional Medicine in Clinical Practice is a comprehensive, patient-centered educational program that helps deepen the clinical understanding and practical application of the Functional Medicine Matrix Model.

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Reclaim your Brain – an Exclusive Lunch and Seminar with Patrick Holford

10 October 2018, UK

A specially curated 3 course ‘mind-focused’ lunch and seminar with Patrick Holford, who will explain how to unaddict your brain, regain control, improve your mood and memory.

More info here.


The Lancet Summit: Inflammation and Immunity in Disorders of the Brain and Mind

15-17 November 2018, Spain

The Lancet Summit will explore the clinical field of immunological disorders of the brain and mind, starting with the basic science of immunology and the brain, and then moving into the roles these systems play in neuropsychiatric health and disease, and ending with a clinically-focused debate on screening and treatment.

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DNA, Diet and Mental Health with Emma Beswick

26 November 2018, UK

Discover how our genes can play a unique role in our susceptibility to poor mental health. Emma will discuss the importance of looking at genetics in context – considering gene-to-gene and gene-environment interactions. She will present examples of genetic variances that can increase vulnerability to symptoms of low mood, anxiety, anger and most importantly what nutritional approaches can be adopted to support them.

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How to Combat Stress with Dr Rangan Chatterjee

9 January 2019, UK

Many people don’t realise that implementing small changes to their routine can reduce or completely eradicate stress. In this talk Dr Chatterjee will show how by addressing the underlying causes of our anxieties in four main areas: Body, Mind, Relationships, and Purpose, we can learn to cope and live a happier, more fulfilling and stress-free life.

More info here.