The Inflammatory Response: Understanding inflammation and the immune system in states of mind – Webcast Live from London

Saturday 1 February 2020 - Dublin

With Antony Haynes and Dr Elisabeth Philipps

Live-streamed events bringing the best of our conferences to your own venue

Through our state-of-the-art webcasting technology you will now be able to enjoy Confer’s most popular conferences without having to make the journey to London. This way you can…

  • Join the London event virtually in a Dublin venue
  • Network with local colleagues
  • Discuss some of the most interesting themes in psychotherapy
  • Communicate with the London speaker(s) during Q&A
  • Receive a CPD Certificate of Attendance

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FULL PROGRAMME

09:30
Registration and Coffee

10.00
Elisabeth Philipps and Antony Haynes
Mood States: the Relevance of Inflammation, Oxidation and Immune Related Activity
In this introduction to the science of the relationship between inflammation and mood, we will explore the relationship between alterations in these factors and emotional health. This will include an introduction to the gut-brain axis and its potential role in mediating inappropriate inflammation and its impact on mental health. Our speakers will elaborate which foods have an inflammatory/ anti-inflammatory effect, and why; how probiotics may reduce inflammation and what strains to consider, and lifestyle changes that enhance the management of unwanted inflammation.

11.15
Coffee

11.45
Antony Haynes
Looking Deeper at Inflammation: Neurotransmitters, Hormones and Sleep
This presentation will introduce the role of neurotransmitters and hormones, the impact of stress and how inflammation disrupts healthy signalling. A neurotransmitter is a chemical messenger that carries, boosts, and balances signals between neurons and other cells in the body. These can affect a wide variety of both physical and psychological functions including heart rate, sleep, appetite, mood, mental health and fear. The talk will consider the importance of sleep in the management of inflammation, oxidation and immune activation within the body, and other ways in which stress management techniques, such as diet, can reduce inflammatory effect.

13.00
Lunch – a lunch of anti-inflammatory foods will be provided

14.00
Elisabeth Philipps
Exploring Neuroscience from a Lifestyle Perspective
There is accumulating evidence that dysfunction of glutamatergic neurotransmission, particularly via N-methyl-d-aspartate (NMDA) receptors, is involved in the pathophysiology of major depressive disorder (MDD) and other mood disorders. Here we will learn about the importance of the NMDA Receptor and simple, practical lifestyle and dietary steps such as the use of magnesium and gut rebalancing which can lead to more harmony in the brain, leading to improved, balanced mood.

15.15
Tea

15.45
Elisabeth Philipps and Antony Haynes
Case Studies
Finally, case studies will be shared which exemplify the effectiveness of these scientific insights. These will describe practical and simple ways of having safe lifestyle (including nutritional) changes that can tackle persistent inflammation, oxidation and immune activation.

16.30
Discussion

17.00
End

FEES

Handouts and tea/coffee included:

Self-funded:
£60

Self-funded x 2:
£100

Self-funded:
£55 (IACAT, PSI, IACP, IAHIP, ICP and EEAI members)

Live webcast to your own device with on demand access for 28 days:
£60
(Webcast FAQ)

CPD

Certificates of attendance for 6 hours will be provided at the event

VENUE

TBC

SCHEDULE

Saturday
09.30 Registration and coffee
10:00 Start
11:15 Coffee
13:00 Lunch
15:15 Tea
17:00 End

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