ONGOING EDUCATION

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I love to learn although much of my education has been informal over the years. I have always had an interest in nutrition, or at least since I went vegan at age 19 (I am no longer vegan.) Some of my learning has been motivated by personal need – due to my struggles with anxiety, allergies, or autoimmunity, for instance. Or because of family issues with allergies and Raynaud’s. There is also a strong incidence of cancer in my family which motivates me to learn about behavioral epigenetics – our ability to turn on or off genetic switches depending on lifestyle choices (for instance,  our social or emotional experiences, diet and nutrition, and exposure to toxins).

Listed below are some of the educational experiences I have forked out money for – this doesn’t scratch the surface of the thousands of hours of webinars (thank you internet!), reading, asking questions, trial & error, and so on that have contributed to my training.

Bachelor of Education with a major in French Immersion Education: Grande Prairie Regional College, Université Laval – Québec, Faculté St.Jean- Edmonton. 6 years to become bilingual (I had no French training prior to my degree) and complete all requirements of my B.ED. except for final practicum. Incomplete.

Diploma in Natural Nutrition: Canadian School of Natural Nutrition. 2 year PT accredited program.

Applied Nutrition in Clinical Practice: Josh Gitalis, Functional Nutritionist . 2 day online course.

The Institute of Nutritional Leadership: Dr. Josh Axe, certified doctor of natural medicine and clinical nutritionist . 8 week online course.

Mindfulness Counselling Strategies – Activating Compassion and Regulation: Crisis & Trauma Resource Institute Inc. 2 day live course.

Holistic Nutrition Lab: Digestive Intensive: Andrea Nakayama, 4 week course on the science and art of functional nutrition.

The Power of Resilience: Helping Clients Overcome Stress and Setbacks with Strength and Stability: nicabm.com, 13 lesson program walking you through resilience – from its neurological origins to practical strategies and solutions.

If you’d learn to learn more about the work I currently do, please visit here or contact me.

I look forward to hearing from you,

Krista