Are you a Wildly Successful Health Counselor?

 As many of you know, I am a scientist by background, but making complicated science accessible to others is my passion!  I provide clinical education for wellness practitioners to help them to create wildly-satisfied patients and clients.  My expertise is presenting complex biochemical and medical concepts in a way that’s easy to understand and put into practice.  Whether you’re an RN, NP, LMT, PT, or CHHC, most of us could benefit from an easy-to-understand and practical review of biochemistry in a way that’s fun and full of clinical pearls you can apply right away.  When you satisfy a client, they remember you well.  But when you wildly satisfy a client, they tell everyone they know about you!  And that authentic word-of-mouth marketing will fill your practice to the brim.  I’ve had a full practice for years!  And immense joy in bringing relief and healing to so many lovely people.

It’s an exciting time for me as we gear up to kick off the next 2014 Wildly Successful Semesters in January.  Woohoo!  This year, we’ll feature clinical courses in myth-busting about Bone Density Myths & Truths, Heavy Metal Toxicity, and Asthma/Allergy Solutions, as well as our anchoring courses in Disease etiology, smart use of Supplements, and functional interpretation of Labwork.     Learn more here.

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Featured Recipe

chia pudding

A quick, comforting, and filling breakfast or afternoon snack.  Rich with protein and healthy medium chain fatty acids from coconut.  On our autumn Living on Purpose retreats, we enjoy this as an early-morning break-fast after outdoor yoga, which helped to satisfy everyone until our leisurely late-morning brunch.  Enjoy! 3/4 cup chia seeds 2 cans whole coconut… Read More »

Testimonials

I’m doing so much better than a year ago! Your helping me figure out that soy was the trigger for my IBS symptoms was a huge win. As long as I don’t eat it, I don’t have any IBS symptoms at all. It took me about 3 months after we stopped working together to get all the soy out of my fridge and pantry. I could not believe how many food items have soy!!! Soy flour, soy protein isolate, soy lecithin, soy oil….. It’s ridiculous. It’s also somewhat forced me to eat more whole foods by ridding my home of processed foods. I’m still taking all the supplements (mag, D3, fish oil) you recommended. I’m sleeping great and have not had to take any medications for over a year now! I also lost the 7 pounds I put on last winter before I had adopted all your recommendations; so that tell’s me all the changes I made the past 9 months are putting the right things in my body. I hope you are doing well and your business is thriving. Thank you again for all the help you gave me.

L.S.
Portland, Oregon