Registration for the BLUEPRINT Course is closed.
If you’re looking to brush up on, or dig deeper into the environmental chemical exposures that are affecting your clients, patients, customers, or audience, check out the courses below:
Tools For Teaching Toxicity, my flagship course, was created in 2012 with the intention of helping people to understand the role that everyday exposures play in chronic disease. Since then nearly 3,000 health professionals and healthy minded folks have “detoxed” their homes and now have the tools to help others do the same.
With an emphasis on reducing exposures, this course explores the most common toxins in the home environment, from pesticides on food, to chemicals in cookware, food packaging, and food storage containers.
This course has rolling enrollment and is only $197!
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MASTERCLASS: OBESITY is the first in a series of Masterclasses designed to offer a deeper dive into specific chronic health issues, like obesity, auto-immune conditions, autism/behavioral issues, etc.
This class includes a 60+ minute webinar, presentation slides and accompanying handouts, and is ideal for health professionals who want to understand a specific condition through the lens of environmental chemical exposures.
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The PURE course was developed after getting the same question asked hundreds of times; “what’s the best water filter to buy?”
What most people don’t realize is that there is no single, perfect solution to filtering your water. In order to be sure you and your family are drinking the safest and purest water possible, you need to know what contaminants are actually present.
This self paced course will walk you through exactly what you need to know, including how to read your water quality report, and how to shop for the best filter for your situation.
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The Certificate Course in Environmental Health is a deep-dive for health professionals who are eager to integrate the topic of toxins into their practices in a significant way. This course explores the history of the environmental health movement, from the turn of the last century up to modern day public policy around toxins, exploration of industry front groups, epigenetics, toxicology, and detoxification protocols.
We also explore the majority of the potential exposures we experience in and around our homes, from home construction, furniture, and carpeting, to bedding, personal care products, indoor air quality, basement, garage, and lawn care.
This course provides a strong emphasis on the practical application of how to assimilate this knowledge into your practice. It also offers small group business coaching on the best unique ways to integrate this topic and create your niche.
Blueprint is the precursor to Cert Course, but it’s not required to join. This course runs each fall, and enrollment is limited to 30.