Henry Osiecki
 

This mental health course covers the processes of the Nutritional Treatments for Mental Health. It also covers brain neurochemistry and neurotransmitter functioning. It better enables the practitioner to treat conditions such as ADHD, Schizophrenia, Depression and much more. The mental health course was put together by the highly respected nutritionalist/biochemist Henry Osiecki.

This Post Graduate mental health course provides the practitioner with information that enables them to better help patients and understand mental health disorders.

The entire mental health course is based on a series of essays. The course can be done completely at home (NO seminars, classes or exams).

Naturopaths, Medical Doctors, Chiropractors, Herbalists, Wellness Consultants, Massage Therapists and Nutritionalists. Study mental health using the latest, most scientific information on the nutritional treatment of mental health.

The practitioner must have a minimum of an Advanced Diploma or a Diploma of Applied Science or an allied health profession. Call 1800 074 004 of click here for further information.

The mental health course takes about 12 months based on 3-5 hours per week. The course can be done as quickly as wanted or done part time (over 3 years). fast track this qualification if you want to.

Total cost for this mental health course is $3995.00. This includes all prescribed texts, postage and notes. You can pay this course off (see below for details).

Yes. You can study mental health and pay the course costs up front or, pay $350 per month plus a deposit at no extra charge. There is a discount for paying it up front. Please ask for it when you call up or click here to E-mail us..

The mental health course duration is 3 years. This however is very flexable.

How do I learn more about the mental health course?

Click here to download an enrolment form.

Click here to E-mail us for further question.

Or call 1800 074 004 for further information.

This mental health course is delivered by Health Schools Australia (a Government Accredited Registered Training Organisation established for 45 years). Click here to contact us.

Latest Mental Health News

31 Mar 2008

OBJECTIVE: Exercise may improve one's perceived ability to control overeating related to negative emotions through psychological pathways such as reduced depression; however, the volume required is unclear.
METHOD: Methods. Severely obese women (N = 88) participated in a 24-week exercise and nutrition treatment incorporating self-regulatory skills training, and were assessed on depression, self-efficacy, self-regulatory skills usage, weight, and waist circumference, at baseline and treatment end.
RESULTS: Subjects completing low-moderate (40-149.9 minutes/week) and public health (≥150 minutes/week) volumes of exercise had significant and similar reductions in depression scores. No significant changes were found for those completing <40 minutes/week. For all subjects aggregated, depression change was significantly related to change in self-efficacy to control emotional eating; however, this relationship was completely mediated by changes in self-regulatory skill usage. When changes in depression, self-efficacy, and self-regulatory skills usage were entered into multiple regression equations as predictors, only self-regulatory skill changes explained significant unique portions of the overall variance in weight and weight circumference change.
CONCLUSIONS: Exercise of less than half the public health recommendation was associated with depression improvement, with no dose-response effect. Changes in depression, self-efficacy, and self-regulation may be salient variables to account for in behavioral weight-loss treatment research.

Adv Prev Med. 2011;2011:514271. Epub 2011 Mar 14.


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