Subject: Source: Whitney's new research and office updates

Source For Well Being
January 2017
Happy New Year!  I hope that you are all experiencing and enjoying the peaceful quiet that usually comes after the holidays.  I’m writing to update you with some recent news and information. 

As many of you know, I have been adding another facet to my work that started last fall. As the result of some extraordinary diagnostics and treatment that my daughter, Hailey, received for her learning disability, our lives have changed dramatically. This transformation has stimulated a new passion in my practice, and as a result I took a 22-hour class on Mastering Brain Chemistry last November.  I am currently integrating that information into my practice along with brain function, brain health, and metabolism diagnostic forms, basic neurological testing, and new supplementation. 
In February, I will be taking the Amen Clinic Brain Coaching Certification, a 50 hour course where I will be trained to utilize the Amen Clinic’s diagnostic tools (except the SPECT imaging scans) and their treatment protocols. For more information please visit As well, during this time I also will be taking classes in scalp acupuncture to further improve my knowledge in this area.
Update on Beau:  Beau is 18 months old now and settling into his pet therapy job quite well. He has proven to be quite intuitive and seems to sense when people want more interaction with him, or if they would rather that he just greet them at the door. Since Beau is still technically a puppy until age 24 months, he does still have his occasional high-energy moments, and I really appreciate everyone’s patience in working with us/him at those times. As he and I continue to work together, it is clear to me that he is a huge part of my practice and my clients’ treatments.  For this, I am extremely grateful and feel fortunate to have his presence in my practice.  
What does this mean for you?  I will continue to use Traditional Chinese Medicine as the foundation for my treatments.  It will continue to be my primary method of treatment, as it is a holistic perspective that I deeply value and am confident of its effectiveness. This includes Acupuncture, Chinese Herbs, Food Therapy, Guided Visualization, Meditation, and Exercise.
What will this new research add to my tool box?  I will have a stronger understanding and ability to treat PTSD (post traumatic stress disorder), learning disabilities, Irlen Syndrome (Scoptic Sensitivity Syndrome), memory issues, and brain health; including strengthening areas in the brain that may be weak or unbalanced to help prevent such neurological issues as dementia, Alzheimer’s, and Parkinson’s disease.  

My long-term vision is to incorporate the newest and best in western neuroscience into my current practice of Chinese medicine. Using knowledge from both worlds I will be better able to diagnose and treat overall health, with an emphasis on brain health, which includes digestive health.
When? During the month of February I will be studying full-time and, regretfully, unable to see clients. January 27th will be my last day in the office, and I will return on February 27th for treatments. I’m sorry if this causes any inconvenience, but I believe that in the long run it will strengthen my abilities as a practitioner and, ultimately, is the best way to serve your needs. During this time while I am taking online classes, I will still be able to fulfill herbal request. Please don’t hesitate to email or text me your requests.   
If you have any questions, please do let me know.  I am so very excited to bring new skills to my practice, combining thousands of years of wisdom with the newest in Neuroscience, in order to assist us all into the next phase of our lives.  

With Gratitude for you,


78 Riddle Rd, Swannanoa, NC 28778, United States
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