Nutritional Psychiatry Courses

Addiction and Mental Health Nutrition Courses

At Academy for Addiction and Mental Health Nutrition, we are dedicated to unlocking the transformative power of nutritional psychiatry through comprehensive courses tailored to your needs.

Our mission is to provide you with the knowledge and skills to understand the profound connection between nutrition and mental health. Whether you’re a healthcare professional seeking specialized expertise or an individual eager to enhance your own well-being, our Nutritional Psychiatry Courses are designed to empower you.

Level 1 Core Training

This LEVEL 1 CORE training is a six-month training program that thoroughly introduces students to the use of amino acids, specific crucial nutrients, and diet in addressing symptoms of neurotransmitter depletion, such as depression, anxiety, insomnia, addiction, cravings, and relapse. The use of vitamin and mineral co-factors, blood sugar regulation, and the 5-Star Pro~Recovery Diet ©, all of which are critical to brain function are covered in detail.

Level 2 Advanced Training

The eight-month, Level 2 ADVANCED Training program applies the tenets of functional biochemistry and functional nutrition to mental health and addiction recovery including a focus on digestion and absorption, dysbiosis and food intolerances, hormone regulation, nutritional causes of major mental illnesses, nutritional approaches to pain and insomnia, and the effects of toxicity and brain inflammation on mood, pain and behavior.

Our Short Courses

Introductory Course | Peer Coach Training

This program is designed to help you do just that. With the knowledge and tools to reduce cravings, depression, and anxiety, as well as improve energy, sleep, and gut health, you’ll be able to better serve those seeking improved well-being. Don’t wait any longer to become a more effective support system. Enroll in our program now to take the first step towards a more successful and fulfilling career.

"Feed the Brain First"

By the end of this cutting edge training, you will have a greatly expanded understanding of why what and when we eat matters to recovery and emotional well-being, and you will have a greatly expanded toolkit from which to create policy as well as to support client improvement.