The final event in the CAM Conference 2015 series is now sold out. The conference, being held on 7th November at the Cavendish Conference Centre, London, will focus on the topic of Mind/Body Nutrition.

Although spaces are no longer available you still have the chance to purchase the audio, video and presentation downloads. These will be sent to you after the event allowing you to gain a full day’s education; receiving the latest research and knowledge from three expert speakers.

You can do this by calling a member of the team on 01279 810080 or by heading to www.targetpublishing.com/cam-conferences-2015-audio-booking-form/.

The final CAM conference of 2015 will discuss how practitioners can trigger the healing process from the initial consultation, before any diet, supplements, bodywork or other modalities are employed and will feature three expert speakers.

Dr William Walsh, the keynote speaker at the November CAM Conference, is president of the non-profit Walsh research institute and directs physician-training programs internationally. Dr Walsh developed a science based nutrient system that has helped thousands of patients challenged by a number of disorders and diseases.

Dr Walsh will be speaking on the topic of advanced nutrient therapies for mental disorders, discussing how epigenetics research and improved understanding of methylation have led to powerful new capability in treatment of brain disorders. Dr Walsh’s presentation will describe nutrient therapies tailored for five depression biotypes, three schizophrenia biotypes, and various ADHD conditions. Dr Walsh will visit the nutrient imbalances with the greatest impact on brain function, and also the importance of the methyl/folate ratio in mental health.

Barry Sears, a leading authority on the impact of the diet on hormonal response, genetic expression, and inflammation, will also be joining the November line up. Dr Sears has published more than 30 scientific articles and holds 13 US patents in the areas of intravenous drug delivery systems for cancer drugs and hormonal regulation for the treatment of cardiovascular disease.

Dr Sears will be concentrating on the role of anti-inflammatory diets to modulate the mind-body-gut connection. His presentation will explore the role that diet-induced inflammation plays in the connections of the gut, with the brain and the body, with special relevance to neurological and metabolic conditions. In particular, the ability of an anti-inflammatory diet to modulate those interactions will be discussed.

The final speaker is Ashok Gupta, a trained Clinical Hypnotherapist, NLP Practitioner and Meditation teacher. Ashok’s clinic specialises in treating disorders such as ME/CFS, Fibromyalgia and MCS. Ashok has published several medical papers and initial studies on the effectiveness of the Gupta Programme treatment.

Ashok will be discussing the brain-body connection, focusing on the Amygdala and Insula hypothesis for neuroimmune conditioned syndromes. His talk will outline a novel hypothesis for how certain conditions occur, and how they may have neurological causes at their core. This talk will highlight some of the recent advances in neurology, which illuminate some exciting solutions to these conditions.

To enter yourself onto the waiting list for the November CAM Conference, please visit www.ihcanconferences.co.uk/cam-conference-november-2015-waiting-list/.

If you’d like to purchase the audio, video and presentation downloads in advance, please go to www.targetpublishing.com/cam-conferences-2015-audio-booking-form/.