#Lyme Disease can be chronic, and debilitating, encompassing many infections, and damaging many organs and systems. But healing is possible.
Cistus tea seems to work well in repelling ticks, breaking down biofilm, and it tastes good too.
A long-term client asked me last night about compassion burn out. “You’ve been doing this for so long. Don’t you get tired of taking care of people and hearing everyone’s stories all day long? Are there people you wish you didn’t have to see?” I paused, took in the question deeply, and was happily surprisedContinue reading “Compassion Burn Out”
Lyme disease is a complex and difficult problem and its diagnosis is often missed. The good news is that it can be successfully addressed, even after many years.
A few tidbits from my latest training with Dr Dietrich Klinghardt.
I will be showing this gripping tale of microbes, medicine and money at the Greenwood Lake Library Thursday April 7 from 6:30-9PM. Discussion to follow.
Speaking to educators; my workshops on Healthy Weight Loss & navigating the holidays without weight gain; Neural Therapy training; and an upcoming interview! November starts off with a bang!
First report from Healing the Brain seminar with Klinghardt Academy of Neurobiology. Sharing some info on monitoring sensory input for autism.
Fran Sussman will be showing the Academy Award nominated documentary “Under Our Skin” at the Valley Cottage Library in Rockland County, NY on Wednesday, January 6 at 6:30PM. Please contact Fran for more information and to RSVP. There will be Q&A/Discussion after the movie. Fran has trained with Dr. Dietrich Klinghardt M.D., who is oneContinue reading “Showing Lyme Documentary “Under Our Skin””