The Forum - Jun 27, 2017

Brian D. Jones & Me

Dr. Brian Jones
What exactly is Naturopathy and what does a Naturopathic Consultant do?

Brian D. Jones: "Firstly, the Naturopath approach is, 'Letting Our Body Teach Us to Heal.'  In a world that sometimes may seem too much to handle, I, in correspondence with Power to Heal, work to renew and restore energy and power to our mind, body, and spirit in ways that will assist clients to invite and expand purpose, power, and passion into their everday lives.

I offer consulting and Natural Health approaches for common and chronic conditions.  Clients include children through mature adults.

While often working with excellent traditional medical care, I am able to provide complimentary approaches to conditions such as cancer, diabetes, thyroid, hormonal and digestive conditions, men's and women's health, learning and behavioral issues, eldercare, as well as weight and stress management, to name a few.  Often, care of this type is able to provide comfort and relief as well as unlock answers to chronic conditions. 
Naturopathy can often offer possible approaches to many common conditions, too.

Offering approaches to healing known as 'The Nature Cure,' I base my approach on the active participation of my clients, sound nutrition, restoring and expanding cellular energy and nutrient balance, opening elimination channels, and detoxification.  To do this, following an initial dialogue and evaluation, Naturopaths educate and empower clients to make choices about utilizing natural substances such as herbal and homeopathic preparations, natural and organic vitamins, supplements, and enzymes as well as natural bodywork, natural herbal and botanical skin care, exercise and fitness, and social and emotional consulting to assist clients in making choices on how they wish to approach achieving optimal health."

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Baby Steps towards Changing

Ellen F Cook MA Go To GuruHere are some tools and activities helpful in changing from our Counseling Go-To-Guru

Learn the facts about the personal costs of a poor habit - EDUCATE!

Realize the burden and disappointment one puts on family, friends, and society with the poor habit.

Get emotionally charged with the prospect of making the change; recognize one's abilities and past accomplishments that show the capacity to make the change.

Carefully consider how one started the bad habit and why.

Make a deep committment to the desired change.

Reward oneself appropriately for the real progress in change.

Recognize, know, and consciously encounter the thoughts that keep reccurring in the bad habit.

Strip your environment of temptations as much as possible, and choose new and empowering people and places.

Arrange help and support from others.

No matter what you are attempting to change, implementing the above suggestions will certainly empower your inner strengths and desires to accomplish a happy, healthy life.

 

Article by Ellen F. Cook, MA


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