Women’s Health

Just four hours could change thousands of women's lives.

The current approach to women's health care isn't working. The result is a staggering loss of life as well as diminished vitality for far too many women.

This is your invitation to be a part of the change.


Dear Practitioner,

There's a shift happening in health care: Women are demanding a new approach to health care and unless you are an informed practitioner, you could be left behind.

Medical research has depended far too long on the generic male model as a reference point. As a result, most treatments are optimized with only one gender in mind.

The cost of this limited perspective compromises the health of women throughout the world.

Unless we're aware of the exciting new work coming out on women's health, or skilled in how we might implement these new applications into our practice, we're not serving women as well as we might.

This is what got us to wondering:

What would happen if we created a venue for re-thinking women's health?

Leading experts will be speaking openly and sharing their knowledge, experiences, and wisdom. We'll be gathering together from all over the globe in this special 4-week, teleseminar series - New Findings in Women's Health: Coming into Vitality and Wholeness.

A Mind/Body Medicine Approach to Women's Health

Christiane Northrup, MD

  • Why Everyone Should Care about Women's Health
  • How Women Can Overcome Guilt and Other Self-Perpetuating Abuse
  • The Myth of Youth: How Women Can Flourish as They Age
  • Genes vs. Environment: How this Age-Old Debate Plays Out in Women's Health
  • The Under-Acknowledged Threat: Heart Disease Risk in Women

A Mind-Body Approach to Addressing Infertility

Alice Domar, PhD

  • A Scientific Update on Fertility
  • Infertility Stinks! The Role of Stress and Depression
  • How Lifestyle Choices Can Increase Fertility
  • How to Be Happy without Being Perfect
  • How to Help Patients Cope with the Emotional Impact of Infertility

Burn-Out and Other Women's Health Challenges: How to Overcome Obstacles to Leading a Healthful Life

Joan Borysenko, PhD

  • The Role of Spirituality in Women's Health
  • The Science of Women's Empowerment
  • A Psychological, Spiritual, and Biological Approach to Burn-out
  • The Low-Down on Anti-Depressants: Belief over Biology or a Bio-Chemical Miracle

What You Should Know about Women's Hormones

Pamela W. Smith, MD, MPH

  • What Everyone Needs to Know about the Interplay of Women's Hormones
  • The Low Down on Hormone Replacement Therapy
  • How Women Can Obtain Optimal Hormone Functioning
  • Is 60 the New 40? How Women Can Age Optimally
  • How to Improve the Quality of Women's Nutrition

What if wrong answers aren't the exception, but the norm?

Even a quick glance at medical journals shows how once touted studies are falling to the sidelines.

Hormone replacement was once recommended in part to reduce the risk of heart disease in postmenopausal women. That was the medical consensus until a comprehensive study showed that such an approach did not reduce the risk of heart disease, and worse, taking HRT actually increased the risk of breast cancer in a significant portion of women.

Remember when a woman couldn't find out if she was pregnant without consulting her doctor? Around that same time, menopause was often considered a disease.

For health care to change . . . to be truly responsive to women and their needs, practitioners need to create a new vision of women's health.

In each of these calls, we'll get to the core issues that women yearn to know more about. And by the end of the series, you will be able to look at your own practice through new eyes, getting a sharper focus to prevention and treatment.

How will you know if this series is right for you?

And it definitely isn't if you don't trust the legitimacy of women's health.

Only if your patients can benefit from new findings about hormones, nutrition, and optimal aging will this 4-part teleseminar series be of benefit.

So, what are some of the specifics you will learn?

  • Why hormonal shifts even after menopause make overall balance complex
  • Five life-style changes that can benefit women's healthy aging
  • Why hormones (such as adrenalin, cortisol, estrogen, testosterone and insulin) need to be better integrated for optimal metabolism
  • The effect of excess insulin on aging in women
  • What happens when the adrenal gland is constantly overloaded with stress
  • Why hormonal imbalances can be factors in seemingly unrelated diseases

Exciting new findings from leading experts on women's health are changing our thinking about hormones, nutrition, and optimal aging.


Gold Subscription
$137 (a $174 value)
A link to download each of the 4 teleseminar recordings for your library
A link to download a PDF transcript of each teleseminar to keep details readily accessible
6 CE/CME Credits (more information HERE)
A Bonus teleseminar with Donna Eden on Women's Health and Vitality
A Bonus teleseminar with Judith Orloff, MD on Emotional Freedom: How to Liberate Patients from Negativity
A Bonus teleseminar with Mia Lundin, NP on Health, Hormones, and a Woman's Brain
A Bonus recording with Joan Borysenko, PhD; Janet Quinn, RN, PhD; and Marion Woodman, PhD on A Woman's Journey
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$137



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Women's Health and Vitality

Donna Eden

  • Why Women's Bodies Need to Evolve
  • Energy Medicine for Women: How to Improve the Body's Natural Ability to Heal
  • Dancing with Hormones: An Alternative Approach
  • Menstruation, Menopause and In-Between: How to Target Energy Medicine Techniques for each Stage of Life

Emotional Freedom: How to Liberate Patients from Negativity

Judith Orloff, MD

  • Tapping the Power of Emotional Freedom
  • The Power of the Negative: How to Help your Patient Counteract the Emotional Drain in Her Life
  • The Intuitive Power of Dreams
  • Why Helping your Patient Know Her Emotional Type Can Enhance Her Emotional Growth
  • How Emotional Freedom Impacts Women's Health

Health, Hormones, and a Woman's Brain

Mia Lundin, RNC, NP

  • The Low Serotonin Epidemic: Why Balancing Hormones is Essential
  • How to Optimize Treatments based on a Woman's Hormonal Phase
  • The 4 Step Plan for Correcting Hormonal Imbalances
  • Why Helping your Patient Know Her Emotional Type Can Enhance Her Emotional Growth
  • The Role of the Thyroid and the Adrenal in Brain Health

A Woman's Journey

Joan Borysenko, PhD; Janet Quinn, RN, PhD; and Marion Woodman, PhD

All human beings go through cycles in their lives, progressing from infant to child to adolescent to adult to elder. While each stage builds upon previous biology and experience, evolving from one stage to the next sometimes requires a dying to what we have been in order to complete our metamorphosis. While the infant does not lament becoming the toddler, or the child mourn the approach of adolescence, women have been portrayed as lamenting our continued maturation into midlife and the eldering years.

In this workshop, we will study the woman's journey - physically, emotionally, mentally and spiritually at all ages - providing a framework for the deepening, widening circles of wisdom and relationship that develop as we mature. A blend of didactic information, small group work, large group discussion, imaginal exercises, poetry, song, and storytelling will provide a multidimensional learning experience.


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Strength, for many women comes from spiritual beliefs . . . and a deep sense of belonging and connectedness to others




But, how can medicine with its focus on drugs and surgery make room to capitalize on the unique spirituality and relatedness of women?

  • Can illness lead to an expanded spiritual perspective?
  • Rituals and practices to empower your patient and sustain her well-being
  • How abuse, addiction, and cultural inheritance belittle a woman's self-image
  • Why burn-out is a dangerous loss of relationship to self




Only if we know how to integrate these new findings into our healing protocols can we bring to our patients their full benefit.

We'll look at how to enhance a woman's natural capacity to heal

  • How our get-well-quick society encourages women to rely on pharmaceuticals that can have drastic side-effects
  • How to help women embrace menopause and see it as a new beginning
  • How women can acknowledge their own needs without feelings of guilt
  • Life-saving words to relieve stress and burnout

"Like most busy practitioners I have a long list of things to do and it sure helps to know where to direct my energy for the greatest benefit. Your teleseminars do help me shorten the learning curve!"

Dr. Gina S. Honeyman, Chiropractor
Boulder, CO

"Your information was delivered in such an accessible and well paced manner that it left me feeling really enthused about using it. I could see how each example could be applied to my work without any difficulty."

Helen MacWhite, Counseling/Psychotherapy
Dublin, Ireland

"Your dedication to the profession, getting the ideas out and excellent content of your seminars on line is terrific. I look forward to continuing to participate and benefit from these sessions and videos."

Clare O'Brien Doyle, Psychotherapy
Pennington, NJ

Too many times...

Women fall into bed exhausted only to have the day replay itself until the list for tomorrow starts revving up. And when that happens they often feel diminished, eroded, and simply less.

And even if there is a moment of free time, the image of perfection often stalks like a shadow with its whole litany of shoulds and oughts. Yet women barely have time to get to their appointments with you.

Haunted by so many cultural snapshots of perfection, we shouldn't be surprised when we hear them say, "I'm just not enough."

Women are living longer than men. But studies are showing that they often have poorer health prognoses and suffer from more chronic disease.

Women now represent 60% of those over age 65 and 71% over the age 85. And with those percentages predicted to increase, the one-size-fits-all model is not taking us where we need to be.

Advances in medical diagnoses and treatments need to be designed and evaluated with women in mind.

How does one measure the worth of a woman's health?

What happens if you miss out on this first, one-of-a-kind series?

Maybe nothing dramatic. . .

But then again, just by broadening your knowledge alone, you might make a huge and significant difference - even a life-saving difference for just one of your patients.


Gold Subscription
$137 (a $174 value)
A link to download each of the 4 teleseminar recordings for your library
A link to download a PDF transcript of each teleseminar to keep details readily accessible
6 CE/CME Credits (more information HERE)
A Bonus teleseminar with Donna Eden on Women's Health and Vitality
A Bonus teleseminar with Judith Orloff, MD on Emotional Freedom: How to Liberate Patients from Negativity
A Bonus teleseminar with Mia Lundin, NP on Health, Hormones, and a Woman's Brain
A Bonus recording with Joan Borysenko, PhD; Janet Quinn, RN, PhD; and Marion Woodman, PhD on A Woman's Journey
I'm Going for the Gold!
$137



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