The Ancestral Health Society of New Zealand is proud to bring together in New Zealand two of the world’s leading researchers in the field of Food, Mood, and Nutritional Psychiatry – Professor Felice Jacka and Professor Julia Rucklidge – over two events (Wellington and Auckland) this coming September. Auckland Event on September 9th. Booking essential. $75.00 with discounts for students and seniors
Professor Felice Jacka, Director of the Food and Mood Centre (Deakin University) and Founding President of the International Society for Nutritional Psychiatry Research (ISNPR), ran the first randomised control trial of a dietary intervention for major depression. Professor Julia Rucklidge leads the Nutrition and Mental Health Research Group (Canterbury University) and her research has focused on the role of micronutrients as a therapy for various mental health experiences. Both speakers bring a wealth of knowledge to this area and will make for a fascinating day to have them both speak.
Both these women are world leaders in the field of nutritional psychiatry who conduct trailblazing research and work hard to bring awareness to the role of nutrition in psychological wellbeing. We are thrilled to have them join us for this event and to share their work with our community.
Additional guest speaker:
Dr David Codyre, FRANZCP, Consultant Psychiatrist, Clinical Lead Mental Health, Nirvana Health Group
“Taking an Integrative Clinical Approach to Common Mental Health Conditions in a Primary Care Setting”
The cost is $75.00 (with discounts for students and seniors)
Please book your place here https://ancestralhealthnz.org/event/food-mood-auckland/