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Natural Mental Wellness: food and natural remedies to support wellbeing

20+ hours of content

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12 months of access to material

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Do you feel you can live, learn, work, play, and love well? Our mental health affects every aspect of our lives at every life stage. With mental health challenges on the rise, this practical course will help you learn tools, nutrition and lifestyle advice to improve your mental wellness or support others using a holistic health approach.

What you'll take away from this course

Deeper understanding of mental health
How to identify signs and seek support
Understanding of the role of nutrition
Natural remedies for mental wellness
Lifestyle skills to support yourself and others

In this short course, study six core topics, starting by deepening your knowledge of mental health and how it affects our lives. Learn about common conditions and their prevalence. Understand when and how to seek support. Then, examine the role of nutrition on your mental wellbeing. Discover herbal remedies, flower essences, aromatherapy and plants. Explore stress, burnout and effective management techniques. Finally, develop lifestyle habits to nurture your mental health naturally.

Topics Include

Introduction to Mental Health Understand what mental health is and how it impacts our lives at every life stage
Types of Mental Health Conditions Learn how to identify early warning signs and factors that affect your mental health
Food and Mood Study the role of nutrition on your mood and mental health
Natural Remedies for Mental Health Discover herbal remedies, flower essences, aromatherapy and plants for mental health
Managing Stress and Burnout Examine the signs, symptoms and management of stress and burnout
Healthy Lifestyle and Self-care Develop healthy lifestyle habits that support your physical and mental wellbeing

During this course, recognise the vital role mental health has on our overall health. Develop practical strategies to address your mental wellness naturally with food, herbs and lifestyle changes.

Dive into our rich array of online resources, including videos, podcasts and interactive quizzes, all designed to help nurture your mental wellbeing or support someone you care about.

Using our intuitive, industry-leading learning platform, you have the flexibility to study entirely online, in your own time and at your pace. Your learning is supported by an interactive Learning Journal, which you will download and use throughout the course. Remember, if you need it, learning support is one click away.

This course is designed and supported by experts and academics at the forefront of the industry and backed by Endeavour College of Natural Health’s higher education credentials.

Your instructor

Lexi Crouch is a Clinical Nutritionist based in Brisbane working in the field of Eating Disorders & Mental Health since 2016 as an educator, advisor & speaker. She completed her Bachelor of Health Science (Nutritional & Dietetic Medicine) thro…

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Awardees are able to deepen their knowledge of mental health and how it affects their lives, identify early warning signs and factors that affect mental health, implement practical strategies for mental wellbeing, talk about mental health and seek support. Awardees appreciate the links between nutrition, mood and mental health and have developed an understanding of herbal remedies, flower essences, aromatherapy and plants for mental health.

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If you love this course, why not enrol in another short course in mental health and wellness, nutrition, business or natural health? Or you may want to explore a degree with Endeavour College of Natural Health.

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