Sarah Workman is a Registered Clinical Social Work Intern in private practice and at a local magnet high school. Sarah has special training and certificates in Nutritional Psychiatry, ADHD Coaching, Gut Health and Nutrition, and the treatment of eating disorders. Sarah is also a licensed attorney and a Certified Family Mediator. Sarah is currently earning her PhD in Integrative and Functional Nutrition. Sarah loves singing and teaching world dance and tap dance. Sarah and her partner and their many children live in two different houses in Sarasota with their unrelenting laundry.
Day 1 Session 1B - Gut Feeling: Integrating Nutritional Concepts into Psychotherapy Practice
Gut Feeling: Integrating Nutritional Concepts into Psychotherapy Practice
This presentation is tailored for mental health professionals seeking to explore the extraordinary impact of nutritional psychiatry on the treatment of mental health symptoms. Attendees will participate in discovering the intricate relationship between diet and mental well-being, gaining insights into the specific nutrients that play pivotal roles in supporting cognitive function and emotional stability. Supported by compelling research evidence, this presentation talk emphasizes the value of incorporating nutritional interventions alongside traditional mental health treatments.
Collaborative care approaches will be explored, showcasing the potential for nutritional psychiatry to complement existing mental health treatments. Attendees will leave with a deeper understanding of how patient education and empowerment can actively engage clients in their mental wellness journey. The presentation will also address potential barriers and challenges, equipping mental health professionals with tools to critically evaluate and overcome obstacles in implementing nutritional psychiatry interventions.
Overall, this presentation aims to empower mental health professionals with knowledge and skills to enhance the comprehensive care they provide, promoting holistic mental well-being for their clients.
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