As a college or university educator, do you want your students to know more about how nutrition impacts mood, behavior, and mental health? Would you like to advocate for undergraduate or graduate-level courses and programs in Nutritional Psychology?
Nutritional Psychology (NP) is the field of study that examines the relationship between dietary intake patterns and psychological, cognitive, behavioral, interoceptive, perceptual and psychosocial functioning. It seeks to expand our understanding of the Diet-Mental Health Relationship (DMHR) and be used to support positive improvements in mood, behavior, and mental health.
CNP is the developer of the first accredited and APA-approved curriculum in Nutritional Psychology at the university level. We are advocating for the incorporation of NP education within college and university education systems of the future. By completing and submitting this form, you are: 1) Casting your vote to support NP Education in colleges and university programs in the future; 2) Helping us better understand how to serve the academic and student communities; and 3) Helping us advocate for a nutritional component to mental healthcare by 2030.