12 LIVE MEETINGS WITH DR. LESLIE KORN
KNOW YOU’RE DOING IT RIGHT
Build Your Expertise in Applications of Integrative Medicine and Nutrition
This live, 12-hour course is open to participants who have completed the Advanced Applications of Integrative Medicine for Mental Health – Level 1.
We will meet live in small groups of 12 for monthly, one-hour meetings. Each meeting is preceded by self-paced online learning on a relevant topic.
We will identify and resolve challenges encountered within your current caseload as you apply the Brainbow Blueprint® methods as an Integrative Medicine Mental Health Provider, with a particular focus on assessment and testing strategies.
- Clinical measures of psychobiology and psychophysiology
- Enhancing program adherence
- An integrative approach to addressing polypharmacy and alternatives
- The uses of Vitamin B-12 and Omega 3 fatty acids including testing methods for mental health
- Concepts in evolving methods of trauma treatment
- The role of inflammation in depression and how it is measured
- Balancing exercises to support cognitive health
- 3 ways in which nitric oxide enhances mental health
- The benefits of intermittent fasting for a client’s cognitive well-being
- How to test telomeres and what they mean for a client’s mental health
- How to match intervention plans to personality and diagnosis
- Specific protocols for intervention at different stages of readiness and recovery
Know You’re Doing it Right
While I guide you through advanced methods and interventions you will build confidence in applying them.
Your Live Coaching Includes:
- 12 group contact hours with Dr. Leslie Korn
- An invitation to join my Advanced Applications Level 3
- Multiple case reviews
- Online course material to prepare for each topic
Frequently Asked Questions
You’re eligible if you have completed:
Advanced Applications of Integrative Medicine for Mental Health – Level 1
Brogan, K., & Siefert, A. (2019). Successful Discontinuation of Chronic Polypsychotropic Regimen and Resolution of Withdrawal Syndrome Through Nutrition and Lifestyle Interventions: A Case Report. Advances in mind-body medicine, 33(3), 22–30.
de Cabo, R., & Mattson, M. P. (2019). Effects of Intermittent Fasting on Health, Aging, and Disease. The New England journal of medicine, 381(26), 2541–2551. https://doi.org/10.1056/NEJMra1905136
Gulati, K., Rai, N., & Ray, A. (2017). Nitric Oxide and Anxiety. Vitamins and hormones, 103, 169–192. https://doi.org/10.1016/bs.vh.2016.09.001
Korn, L. E. (2012). Rhythms of Recovery: Trauma, Nature, and the Body (Routledge Mental Health Classic Editions) (1st ed.). Routledge.
Korn, L. E. (2020). Simple Home Exercises for Diabetes & Brain Balance (First Edition). DayKeeper Press.
Liao, Y., Xie, B., Zhang, H., He, Q., Guo, L., Subramaniapillai, M., Fan, B., Lu, C., & Mclntyer, R. S. (2019). Efficacy of omega-3 PUFAs in depression: A meta-analysis. Translational psychiatry, 9(1), 190. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41398-019-0515-5
Prousky, J. E. (2010). Understanding the Serum Vitamin B12 Level and its Implications for Treating Neuropsychiatric Conditions: An Orthomolecular Perspective. Journal of Orthomolecular Medicine, 25(2), 77–88.
Qin, D. D., Rizak, J., Feng, X. L., Yang, S. C., Lü, L. B., Pan, L., Yin, Y., & Hu, X. T. (2016). Prolonged secretion of cortisol as a possible mechanism underlying stress and depressive behaviour. Scientific reports, 6, 30187. https://doi.org/10.1038/srep30187
Ridout, S. J., Ridout, K. K., Kao, H. T., Carpenter, L. L., Philip, N. S., Tyrka, A. R., & Price, L. H. (2015). Telomeres, early-life stress, and mental illness. Advances in psychosomatic medicine, 34, 92–108. https://doi.org/10.1159/000369088
van Dixhoorn, J., & Duivenvoorden, H. J. (1985). Efficacy of Nijmegen Questionnaire in recognition of the hyperventilation syndrome. Journal of psychosomatic research, 29(2), 199–206. https://doi.org/10.1016/0022-3999(85)90042
Yehuda, R., Spiegel, D., Southwick, S., Davis, L. L., Neylan, T. C., & Krystal, J. H. (2016). What I have changed my mind about and why. European Journal of Psychotraumatology, 7(1), 33768. https://doi.org/10.3402/ejpt.v7.33768
1. Describe an integrative approach to addressing polypharmacy and alternatives
2. Define the uses of Vitamin B-12 and Omega 3 fatty acids including testing methods for mental health
3. Define 3 concepts in evolving methods of trauma treatment
4. Identify the role of inflammation in depression and how it is measured
5. Demonstrate balancing exercises to support cognitive health
6. Describe 3 ways in which nitric oxide enhances mental health
7. Define the benefits of intermittent fasting for a client’s cognitive well-being
8. Discuss telomeres, how to test them and what they mean for a client’s mental health
9. Assess 3 biological measures that directly related to psychological function
10. Demonstrate strategies for motivating clients in their self-care process
11. Define methods to present or reduce withdrawal symptoms from antidepressants
12. Name 3 lifestyle interventions used for medication withdrawal
We can schedule one-on-one advanced coaching or clinical supervision sessions. You will get 100% of my time and attention. We’ll meet via Zoom.
Click here to download my process and fee sheet
If you add yourself to the waitlist, you will receive an invitation when the next course starts.
We will meet once a month for an hour on Zoom. There will be 12 meetings, the course lasts for a year.
Because this is an invitation-only, small-group program over 12 months there are no refunds following payment.
You’re building your expertise in integrative medicine and nutrition and you want to know you’re doing it right…
The Curriculum Covers…
- Vitamin B-12 and Cognitive Function
- Evolving Methods of Trauma Treatments
- Inflammation as a Factor in Depression
- Balancing Exercises for Cognitive Health
- Assessing for Anxiety and Hyperventilation
- Defining Detoxification Strategies for Mental Health
- When to Use Intermittent Fasting
- Nitric Oxide & Mental Health
- What are Telomeres
- The Benefits & Testing of Omega-3 Fatty Acids
- Understanding Diurnal Cortisol & Mental Health
I’VE BEEN FEATURED, INTERVIEWED, OR PROFILED IN:
Dr. Leslie Korn is a renowned expert in integrative medicine for the treatment of trauma and its physical sequelae including chronic digestive illness, insomnia, pain, substance abuse, diabetes, cognitive decline and “unexplained illnesses.” She has provided over 65,000 hours of clinical care integrating psychotherapy and somatic therapies with nutritional, culinary, and herbal medicine. She completed her training at Harvard Medical School and The Harvard School of Public Health. She is licensed and board certified in 4 clinical disciplines.
She has been a faculty instructor at Harvard in the department of psychiatry and faculty at 2 Naturopathic medical schools. She lived for 25 years in the jungle of Mexico, where she worked alongside indigenous healers and directed a pro bono health center. Her clinical practice focuses on helping clients who are ill by restoring their health and reducing or eliminating medications.
Her mentoring practice focuses on helping clinicians create a successful, integrative medicine, trauma-informed career. Her ethic of compassion and care is informed by feminist values of social justice and her love for dogs.
Licensure: LMHC, MA. Lic #3214, exp. 12/2023; NPI: 1629659636
The Leslie Korn Institute For Integrative Medicine is neither a regulatory nor licensing organization and therefore not sanctioned to certify, license, or otherwise bestow the legal authorization to practice as a nutritionist, physician, or mental health professional.