Dr. Adrian Lopresti is a Clinical Psychologist in private practice and senior researcher at Murdoch University, Western Australia. He has over 20 years of clinical experience working with children and adults suffering from a range of mental health conditions.
Dr. Lopresti has experience in a range of psychological therapies and has received extensive training in nutritional and lifestyle treatments for mental-health disorders. Dr. Lopresti regularly publishes in peer-reviewed and high-impact journals on the effects of diet, nutraceuticals, sleep, and exercise for the treatment and prevention of depression, anxiety, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), and bipolar disorder. He has completed several clinical trials investigating the effects of curcumin, saffron, and ashwagandha for the treatment of anxiety and depression in children and adults. Dr. Lopresti is also the founder of Personalised Integrative Therapy, and regularly conducts educational workshops both nationally and internationally.
Dr Adrian Lopresti and Dr Julia Rucklidge discuss the biochemistry of stress and her research into the impact of nutrients for people after extreme disasters such as earthquakes and terrorist attacks.
Dr Adrian Lopresti is joined by psychologist and addiction expert, Dr Nicholas Kardaras who describes how excessive technology use affects our brains.
Dr Adrian Lopresti is joined by Dr Michelle Jongenelis, to discuss how we can create lasting behavioural change in our clients.
As we deepen our understanding of the gut-brain connection, what's becoming clear is that probiotics may have a powerful role to play in the management of mental health conditions.
It is estimated that up to one-third of people experience sleep problems. This is a significant concern as poor sleep affects work and academic performance and is associated with an increased risk of most mental and physical disorders.
Dr Adrian Lopresti has both reviewed current evidence and plans to conduct further research into CM's in teenage mental health. Today we pick his brains about working integratively with youth in mental health.
Unfortunately, the demand for mental health services is an ever increasing burden. What's becoming clear is that there is a strong need for personalised medicine and a multi-modality approach