Free Virtual CE Webinar (1 CE) | 3/23- The Role of Hormones in Mental Health | Hosted by: Sierra Tucson 1- Free CE Webinar; 12-1 pm EST

Monday, March 13, 2023 11:30 PM | Anonymous

Please see information below for a free a CE webinar (1 CE) hosted by Sierra Tucson: The Role of Hormones in Mental Health; March 23, 12 pm EST

*CE approval information can be found at the top of the registration page under the tab “CE Information”*

Please contact Tamika Smith with any questions. , 703-850-5204

The Role of Hormones in Mental Health

Assessing and treating hormonal imbalances can be a powerful tool in an integrative, whole body approach to mental health care. Stress, addictions, nutritional deficiencies, menopause, medications and many other factors can impact hormone levels. Additionally, hormone levels directly and indirectly affect mood, energy levels, sleep and overall resiliency. In this presentation we will be exploring the specific ways in which hormones can play an important role in mental health treatment.

Learning Objectives

  • Identify clinical relationships between hormones and mental health concerns including anxiety, depression, pain, insomnia and fatigue.
  • Explain the complex relationships between stress and hormones including cortisol, thyroid hormones, estrogen, progesterone and testosterone.
  • Discuss strategies to improve patient outcomes by addressing hormonal imbalances.


Maureen Schwehr, NMD, serves as Sierra Tucson’s director of integrative services. Her department provides a unique combination of physical and mental health support for residents. Dr. Schwehr oversees a team of experienced and talented staff whose services include naturopathic medical consults, acupuncture, physical therapy, chiropractic services, massage therapy, shiatsu, zero balancing, somato-emotional release, and craniosacral therapy.

In addition to supervising staff, she works one-on-one with residents to help them determine the root cause of their problems. Focus is given to nutritional status and hormonal balance, supporting biochemical pathways that help the body function more effectively. Dr. Schwehr holds a doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine from Bastyr University in Seattle, WA.

Past experience includes a position as the medical director at Mirasol, a residential eating disorder facility. As part of the Sierra Tucson staff, she has the opportunity to be part of a truly integrative team that provides a unique, empowering perspective for residents.


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