Welcome back to the Full Capacity Living podcast!
Yes…I am still here. This last year it was necessary for me to let this go to work on my own healing and grief from the passing of my sister from breast cancer. It’s still pretty unbelievable to say out loud.
I truly believe that taking the time to work through grief is so necessary not only to our mental health but our physical health. Burying it only creates dis-ease and as a health coach who’s work is about supporting health and wellbeing in others it was imperative that I work to heal myself.
As with all things this is a work in progress but if you are here now listening to this I want you to know that I so appreciate that you have come back to my podcast. Or if you are new to discovering it welcome…check out my first season…so many great conversations.
Not a day or week went by in the last year that I didn’t think…I need to get my podcast going again but I needed to do it when I could put the energy toward this project that it deserved.
It’s truly a labor of love for me.
It’s been a year…this podcast conversation with Dr. Jill Crista was recorded about two weeks before my sister passed away. I will be eternally grateful that I could be with my sister in those last moments with her in my arms.
Supporting others to achieve optimal health has always been my passion but even more so now as there are so many ways we can discover the root cause of our health issues and live better lives.
So to that end I give you Dr. Jill Crista….she is a leading expert at the forefront of mold-related illness diagnosis and treatment.
Dr. Jill is an author, educator, and Naturopathic Doctor, and is on a mission to raise medical literacy about mold and mold-related illness. Dr. Jill now serves on the Governor-appointed Naturopathic Medical Examining Board for the state of Wisconsin.
Dr. Jill earned her Naturopathic Doctor Degree with Honors from the National University of Naturopathic Medicine in Portland, OR in 2003. In 2012, she completed the Physician Training Program with the International Lyme & Associated Diseases Society. She’s always had a passion for plant medicine. In 2019, she was privileged to join her adored mentor, Dr. Jillian Stansbury, on an ethnobotany field study in the Peruvian Amazon.
She was the owner, director, and practicing member of two integrative clinics offering naturopathic medicine, integrative medicine, acupuncture, chiropractic, physical therapy, craniosacral therapy, and massage. It was here that she witnessed the efficacy and synergy of a team approach to patient care.
As a peer-reviewed published author, she’s now focusing on research, teaching, and writing, specializing in neuroinflammatory conditions such as mold sickness, brain injury, and PANS/PANDAS.
She has served on the board of the Wisconsin Naturopathic Doctors Association, as President for 6 years. She worked on the American Association of Naturopathic Physicians committee for licensure, which culminated in achieving licensure for Naturopathic Doctors for Wisconsin.
Without further delay…please enjoy this eye opening conversation where we dig into all things mold related, which is much more than you might think
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