holistic treatment

Do you treat conditions that aren’t autoimmune?

I certainly do, I just have a preference towards autoimmunity.  

Do you treat patients online?

Not currently, though I’m considering offering this service in the future. Let me know that you’re interested via the contact page, and you’ll be the first to know if and when I do. Sign up for my newsletter to be notified when Do it for You is offered online, that’s a nice affordable way to be introduced to my treatment style.

Will you work with gastroenterologist / rheumatologist / primary care physician?

Totally!  I would love to work with your doctor, in fact I prefer it.  When you fill out my introductory paperwork, you’ll learn more about that.  

What if I can’t afford your services?

I really do wish that my service was affordable for everyone, and understand that money can be tight. For this reason, please contact me if you want to work with me but cannot afford it. I accept one patient on my schedule with a sliding scale.

Do it for You

Do you offer the course online?

Not currently, but I’m shooting for a January 2020 online launch! Sign up for my newsletter to stay in the loop.  This in-person stuff is really hard to beat though.  Have you heard that the future is analog?

What if I can’t make all of the sessions?  

Missing one or two is OK, I totally understand that life happens.  If you already know that you’ll miss more than two, just wait to take the class at another time.  It really helps to be there.

Is one on one time with you included?  

Unfortunately not.  I’ll hold “office hours” sometimes before class, but those can turn into group discussions.  If you want one-on-one coaching or counseling, you’ll have to book that in addition to the course.  

Is this only for women?

Not at all!  It’s great to have men in the class.  If you are into this concept and want support to make positive changes in your life, this class is for you!  


Self-Marriage

Is this for real? What if I’m already married or want to be?

Well … I am an official officiant, but there’s no legal contract.  It’s mostly a symbolic way to commit to loving and nurturing yourself.