I’m teaching some wonderful courses this summer, including Nutrition and Cancer and the following boot camps:
Forming and Maintaining Optimal Habits. This course is for both health practitioners and consumers, and will address what stands in the way of health improvement – if people know what to do, why don’t they do it? Topics will include the psychology of change, obstacles to change, overcoming resistance to change, compulsive behaviors and how to change thinking and behavior in order to change weight and health status.
Taught live Friday July 14 7:00PM-9:00PM and Saturday July 15 2:00PM-5:00PM (eastern time). Classes will be recorded (both audio and video) for access at other times).
The Biological Causes of Autism and Effective Treatment Options. The incidence of autism has increased and continues to increase – so much so that one research group estimates that by the year 2050, 50% of American children will be affected. Why is this happening? What can be done to prevent this? And what should parents do if their child begins to regress? This course will provide answers to both health practitioners and concerned parents.
Tuition $495; special price $395 until July 15.
Taught live Friday September 8 7:00-9:00PM and Saturday September 9 2:00-5:00PM Eastern time. Classes will be recorded (both audio and video) for access at other times). It is anticipated that interest in this course will be high; there will be limit on how many can participate in live sessions (first, come, first serve).
I’ll be starting another professional mentoring class in July. This is a 6-month program designed to help people who want to help others to set up a business, develop business plans, gain clinical experience working with real people with real problems, and learn more about diet and health conditions. The class meets twice per month for two hours via conference call and the information you will learn is based on our proven track record.
And last but not least, I’m spending time in Port Clinton (right on Lake Erie), my happy place! Laptops and phones work just as well by the water as they do in my office. Thank God for technology!