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Nutrition and Mental Health in Kids & Teens: What Every Mental Health Professional Needs to Know
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Lethargy.  Irritability.  Difficulty focusing.  Low mood.  Anxiety.  Insomnia.  Impulsivity.
When kids and adolescents present with any of these symptoms, we’re quick to jump to diagnosis, therapy, behavior plans, and even medication.  And while those approaches may be valid, there may be more to the picture… 
Are you asking about nutrition?
Join Vicki Steine, DSC, LCSW, for this compelling 90-minute session on the impact of nutrition on young people’s mood, brain function, sleep, and more.  You’ll learn:
  • Basics of the Standard American Diet (S.A.D.)  as it relates to mental health
  • How poor nutrition can mimic mental health symptoms
  • The impact of sugar, inflammation, and “fake” nutrition on brain function
  • Recommendations and resources you can make for kids and families
  • And more!
Don’t miss this opportunity to gain insight into one of the most foundational pieces of mental health – sign up today!

Vicki Steine, Your Healthy Structure

Vicki Steine, DSC, LCSW, has been a social worker for 18 years, working in both inpatient and outpatient settings, and works with children and adults with ADHD, anxiety, depression, and Tourettes’ syndrome in her private practice in the Atlanta area. Dr. Steine received her Master’s in social work from the University of Georgia and her Doctorate of Science in holistic nutrition from Hawthorn University. She is Board Certified in Holistic Nutrition through the National Association of Nutrition Professionals, a Nutrition Certified Practitioner through the Integrated and Functional Nutrition Academy, and is a member of the National Association of Social Workers.

Dr. Steine enjoys combining her skills as a social worker and nutrition educator to help her clients who struggle with staying organized, keeping focused at work or school, and overcoming the anxiety and depression that often prevents them from fully living their lives. She integrates nutrition, mind-body exercises, and traditional psychotherapy methods, like Cognitive Behavior Therapy, to help her clients get on with living their lives optimally.

She has spoken at many conferences and delivered workshops providing education to professionals and lay people alike on the benefits of nutrition and improving mental health. Dr. Steine has had personal success using a holistic approach, including nutrition and supplements, to recover from a near death boating accident and debilitating depression. 

Speaker Disclosures:

Financial: Vicki Steine maintains a private practice. She receives a speaking honorarium from PESI, Inc.

Non-financial: Vicki Steine is a member of the National Association of Social Workers; the National Association of Nutrition Practitioners; and the Southeastern Brainspotting Institute. She indicates she has a bias toward functional and integrative medicine in treating long term health care/issues.

 


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