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The Center for Nutritional Psychology supports The International Society for Nutritional Psychiatry Research (ISNPR) which is an organization which aims to:
Grow the field of nutritional psychiatry research by…
-Support the generation of high quality evidence for nutritional approaches to the prevention and treatment of mental disorders
-Share knowledge and building research collaborations
-Encourage a multi-disciplinary approach to nutritional psychiatry research
-Build capacity in early career researchers by matching ECRs with mentors or qualified organisations in order to facilitate internships and study visits
-Build partnerships with other disciplines and organisations with common aims
Facilitate Knowledge Translation by…
-Promoting events, special edition journal issues, and major updates within fields of related research
-Providing forums for open discussion of new research developments, methodologies, and ideas
-Holding meetings and events supporting the development of the field of nutritional psychiatry research
-Supporting the translation of evidence into policy and clinical practice by acting as a resource for research evidence and consensus
-Building partnerships with health bodies and relevant government organisations
Housed at Deakin University, this is a research center run by a team of researchers who study how food influences the human brain, mood, and mental health.
The Institute for Food, Brain, and Behaviour is an organization based in the United Kingdom. It is working to make nutrition research easier to understand, and using it to help improve people’s mental and physical health. The Institute also develops educational programs and works to influence public policy.
Psychiatry Redefined is an educational platform advocating for and teaching a new model of psychiatric treatment, one which places an emphasis on functional medicine tailored to psychiatry.
This research group tests various nutritional interventions as potential treatments for psychiatric and psychological illnesses. Recent published studies cover topics that include ADHD, maternal wellbeing during pregnancy, and depression.
This research group is working to expand nutrition research to focus more on dietary intake patterns and novel risk factors for health issues. It operates within the Stanford Prevention Research Center.
This research group strives to understand the relationship between diet, particularly intake of omega-3 fatty acids, and mental health in young adults.
This is a dual-degree Master’s program offered at Bastyr University. It combines clinical training in nutrition with counseling. Students who complete this programare qualified to apply for licensure as mental health counselors.
This is an undergraduate, joint honors degree program. It allows students to study both nutrition and psychology, with the option to major in either.
This is an undergraduate, joint honors degree program. It allows students to study both psychology and nutrition generally as distinct fields, with the option to specialize in specific areas.