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Lecture Overview

A key function of hormones is to regulate mood and cognition. For women in particular, fluctuations across the lifespan of hormones such as oestrogen and progesterone can have mild to extreme effects on mood. What research is there investigating the link between hormones and mental health?

Educators

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Katherine Maslen

Katherine Maslen is a leading Australian naturopath, nutritionist and the author of “Get Well, Stay Well: Reclaim Your Health and Get Back to Living”. Katherine is a passionate health advocate, having helped over 3000 people to reclaim their health through natural medicine and good nutrition. She is a regular media commentator, having appeared on the Today show, ABC radio, Good Health and Wellbeing Magazines, amongst others.

Reviews

4.7

13 Total Rating(s)

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Lisa Cairns
27 May 2019

The new knowledge I learnt from this will both beneficial to me in the workplace and also to me personally as I start menopause.

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Phoebe Ward
12 May 2019

Very interesting

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Colin Gardiner
01 May 2019

Good topic. Well presented with good content

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Crystal Eldridge
17 Jan 2019

Very interesting lecture. Gives a good reminder to see each person as an individual

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Kerrie Myhill
10 Sep 2018

Inspirational.

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Marian Soares
09 May 2018

Interesting and informative.

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diana asomaning
23 Feb 2018

Great resource

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Norest Mashonganyika
23 Dec 2017

well presented

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Emily Gillies
07 Nov 2017

Very interesting, I'm happy that the educator is encouraging physical activity to improve your mood! Exercise is definitely the key.

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Katie Sissian
02 Nov 2017

Very informative talk on hormones, Something I could definetely watch again