Micronutrients in Mental Health Conference DVD Conference Program (Preliminary)

Julia Rucklidge, Ph.D.

Speaker's Bio Picture Biographical sketch: Julia Rucklidge, PhD (Calgary) is an Associate Professor in child clinical psychology at the University of Canterbury in Christchurch New Zealand and a practicing clinical psychologist. Her research interests include ADHD across the lifespan, early presentations of Bipolar Disorder, risk factors associated with young offending, and nutritional treatments for psychiatric disorders.

Publications on micronutrients:
Rucklidge, J. J., Johnstone, J., & Kaplan, B. J. (2009). Nutrient supplementation approaches in the treatment of ADHD. Expert Review of Neurotherapeutics, 9(4), 461-476.
Rucklidge, J. J. (2009). Successful treatment of OCD with a micronutrient supplement following partial response to CBT: A case study. Journal of Anxiety Disorders, 23, 836-840.
Rucklidge, J., Taylor, M., Whitehead, K., & Johnstone, J. (January, 2009). Can minerals and vitamins be used to treat mental illness?
Evidence from an open label trial of adults with ADHD and mood instability. Paper presentation for the NZCCP annual conference, Dunedin.
Rucklidge, J., Taylor, M., Whitehead, K., & Johnstone, J. (June, 2009).
Impact of a micronutrient supplement on ADHD and mood lability in adults with ADHD: Evidence from an 8-week open label trial. Poster presentation for the International Society of Research on Child and Adolescent Psychology's 14th Scientific Meeting, Seattle, USA.