A holistic approach to mental illness: more than just pills

A holistic approach to mental illness: more than just pills

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A holistic approach to mental illness: more than just pills
with Dr Karan Sinha

Each year, 1 in 5 Australians experience a mental health condition, with almost one in 2 experiencing a mental health condition during their lifetime. In this webinar you will hear from Integrative Consultant Psychiatrist Dr Karan Sinha as he explores the question - Why is mental illness so prevalent in modern society?

Dr Karan talks about the role that nutrition, exercise and the power of mindfulness play in managing our emotional health.  Dr Karan believes medications can be helpful in more severe conditions and for short periods of time but to fully recover and heal from a mental illness, he believes in the use of other approaches.  These include guided meditation, introspection, self-compassion, assertiveness and physical exercise.

You will learn about:
•    The roles and limitations of psychiatry and medication
•    The roles and many variations of psychology
•    A solution: A compassion focused therapy based on ‘Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs’

Presenter: Dr Karan Sinha, Consultant Psychiatrist, MBBS, BMedSci, MPsych, FRANZCP

Dr Karan Sinha is a compassionate Psychiatrist who is a leader and advocate in his field for the holistic approach to mental wellbeing. He was brought up in Melbourne with a good balance of Eastern and Western values. He inspires his patients to adopt scientifically proven practices of guided meditation, self-compassion and exercise to assist in their recovery. He graduated from the University of Melbourne in 2011 and has developed his interests in Anxiety and Depressive Disorders. He has been working and specialising in the area of Psychiatry for the past five years sub-specialising in the area of General Psychiatry treating mostly adults and youth. He has extensive knowledge and experience with using current psychiatric medications and has been working with adults, youth, children and elderly in community outpatient and inpatient settings at Monash Health.

Duration: 1 hour, including 15 minutes Q&A

Cost: $50 ACNEM Members, $75 non-members, $15 ACNEM Student Members

Recording: You will receive an email with a link to the recording within 48hrs of making payment.