HOSTED BY KIMBERLEY WILSON CPSYCHOL
What affect does diet have on mental health? Is there any evidence that exercise can improve depression? And how?What can you do today to promote long-term brain health?
Mental health disorders are one of the leading causes of health distress worldwide, and they can affect anyone at any time.
Though we can't prevent them altogether, there is good evidence that certain habits can reduce your risk of developing mental health concerns such as depression and Alzheimer's Disease. But research is useless if you don't know how to use it.
In this interactive seminar Kimberley will introduce you to the science and the habits that you can start to incorporate immediately into your daily life to help your brain be more resilient to the stresses of modern life.
What you will learn:
The session will cover the two main processes that underlie brain health and how your everyday choices affect them.
Kimberley will give you an overview of the gut-brain axis and describe how nutrients and food additives interact with the gut, and what the research says about how this impacts the brain.
Practical, actionable tips for the six different lifestyle factors that contribute brain health, including nutrition, exercise and sleep. These are effective strategies that she has used successfully in my own clinic.
This seminar, which is open to everyone, is adapted from a course that Kimberley developed for psychologists that has been accredited by the British Psychological Society for Continuing Professional Development. This means you can be sure that the information is accurate and up-to-date.
This session will be helpful for anyone with a brain they want to take care of! It will also be additionally valuable to those working in health and fitness: nutrition professionals, PTs, allied health professionals and those who work in the Wellness industry.
Date: Saturday 17th November, 10.00am - 12.00pm
Location: British Psychological Society, 30 Tabernacle Street, London, EC2A 4UE
Please note, this event is not organised by The Merit Club
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