Benefit from decades of clinical experience and supportive research evidence as you acquire the knowledge to improve mental health outcomes through an understanding of nutrition.
Guided by Dr. James Greenblatt, board-certified psychiatrist and thought-leader in integrative medicine, this course series examines the established evidence for orthomolecular applications in psychiatry. Each course reinforces the importance of evaluating an individual’s nutritional biochemistry as a factor in the pathogenesis of mental health disorders, enabling clinicians to confidently and effectively improve their ability to diagnose and treat patients.
- Register to participate in individual courses, or receive a course bundle discount when registering for the three-course series.
- Each course is presented as a live webinar and recorded for ongoing access by registrants.
- Registrants receive a course manual (PDF) to support learning and clinical applications.
- A certificate of course participation will be provided upon completion of all of the modules.
James M. Greenblatt, MD
A pioneer in the field of integrative medicine, James M. Greenblatt MD has treated patients with complex behavioral and mood disorders since 1990. He currently serves as the Chief Medical Officer at Walden Behavioral Care in Waltham, MA, and as Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at Tufts University School of Medicine and Dartmouth College Geisel School of Medicine.
After receiving his medical degree from George Washington University School of Medicine, Dr. Greenblatt completed his psychiatry residency at George Washington University Medical Center. Dr. Greenblatt went on to pursue a two year fellowship at John Hopkins University School of Medicine to become board certified in child and adolescent psychiatry where he also served as the Chief Resident. During the fellowship, Dr. Greenblatt received specialized training in the diagnosis and treatment of disorders that appear in childhood, such as attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), behavioral disorders, autism spectrum disorders, and complex mood and anxiety disorders.