***Enrollment is now open for 2021 SUMMER Cohort - Level 2 ADVANCED Training***

2021 SUMMER Cohort – Level 2 ADVANCED Training – CLASS Dates The Level 2 ADVANCED Training program begins at either 9:00 am (morning section) or 6:15 pm (evening section) Mountain Time on Thursday, June 24th  and will meet every other Thursday through January 20, 2022.

Level 2 ADVANCED Training

Certifications in Amino Acid Therapy for Addiction Recovery and Sustained Mental Health

What will I learn?

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.

What skills will I be building?

Graduates will be able to assess their clients for possible issues in the above areas, refer out for further testing and treatment, and recommend basic nutritional and herbal interventions.

Certified Recovery Nutrition Coaches Level 2 ADVANCED (CRNC 2) are trained to:

Feed the brain first!

Access to our online portals with plenty of resources

Installment payment plans

Guided mentorship from experts

Be certified!

AM & PM class schedule options

Access to our alumni support group

Bring your practice to success

Expand your confidence, increase your competence

Success Stories

Charlie Johns, LPC, CAC III

In addition to thanking you for teaching this course, I want to express my gratitude for the information that was presented.  I feel as if my ability to provide services to my clients has been doubled by the knowledge.  Already a majority of my clients have begun to address their nutritional deficits and have indeed made some significant breakthroughs behaviorally as well as psychologically and emotionally.

Shannon Montoya LEVEL 1 CORE Student

LOVED the class...This program is approved for 30 categories 1 NANP CEU's. The program is top-notch & many NANP members have taken this course already (myself included) after finding it on our website in Advanced & Specialty Continuing Education, I did the original review.

Rachel Heater

I have been researching the mind-body-gut connection for years now and was given this Academy's information through Julia Ross. I want to take the course because I want to offer my community something other than drive-through-medication-management.

    Level 2 ADVANCED Training Curriculum

    Month One: Healthy Digestion and Absorption, Part 1

    Month Two: Healthy Digestion and Absorption, Part 2

    Month Three: Eating Disorders

    Month Four: Thyroid and Adrenal Hormone Issues

    Month Five: Reproductive Hormone Issues

    Month Six: Brain Inflammation: Symptoms, Causes & Solutions

    Month Seven: Major Mental Illness and Putting It All Together

    Month Eight: Case Presentations

    The Academy for Addiction & Mental Health Nutrition is pleased to provide CEU’s for all courses through:

    B.E. Education Group, LLC.
    1432 S. Lindenwood Drive
    Olathe, KS 66062

    B.E. Education Group, LLC is approved as a provider of continuing nursing education by the Kansas State Board of Nursing, Provider Number LT0258-0310. 

     B.E. Education Group, LLC is a pre-approved provider for Social Workers through the Kansas Behavioral Sciences Regulatory Board, KSBSRB Provider Number 14-002.  

     The  Level 1 CORE Training  is approved for  20 contact hours   applicable for RN’s, APRN’s, LPN’s and LMH re-licensure at a cost of $50.

     The  Level 2 ADVANCED Training  is approved for  32 contact hours   applicable for RN’s, APRN’s, LPN’s and LMH re-licensure at a cost of $80.

    Pre-approval by BSRB for continuing education credit is not required for mental health professionals. BSRB-approved providership for Social Workers is accepted for Psychologists, Professional Counselors, Master’s Level Psychologists, Clergy, Marriage and Family Therapists and Addiction Counselors. 

     It is the responsibility of each professional to know what their credentialing body accepts and what documentation needs to be sent for re-licensing.