Full course description
MUIH PCE Lecture Series: Pre-conception, Conception, and the Effects of Trauma on the Lineage
Format: On-Demand, Self-Paced Lecture
Time to Complete: 1 hour
CEUs: 1 CEU (Nutritionists, NDs)
Credential: Certificate of Participation
In partnership with Maryland Naturopathic Doctors Association (MNDA), the MUIH Nutrition Department presented the 2018 Nutrition Symposium, Nutritional Genomics in Clinical Practice.
The field of nutrigenomics emphasizes the critical intersection of nutrition and genetic expression, and MUIH’s symposium centered specifically on translating nutrigenomics information for the clinician and clinical practice. The recorded presentation from the symposium by Dr. Leah Hollon will allow you to learn the science behind the field and gain practical skills to apply in practice to meet the growing patient and client demand for information.
When we speak about maternal and paternal health, our therapies often support basic nutrition and general wellness. This can be useful, but this may not be enough for everyone. Fertility serves as a conduit of the past. Gametes hold the story, and in fact, the imprints of emotional, physical, and spiritual health as well as illness. Thus, with this understanding, pre-conception, and conception can hold opportunities for healing one’s lineage. Yet, if unhealed can lead to illnesses in future offspring. The truth is many patients carry these remembrances of their lineage, but are unaware of the sequelae. Thus, these old wounds call to a greater ethical responsibility. How do we heal the lineage? What is our responsibility as individuals, people and healers, to reduce future illness? This session will explore the biochemistry of how past familial illness can imprint and also provide specific healing therapies for future generations.
In this presentation, you will learn about the mechanisms and pathophysiology of how trauma can imprint on future generations; disease states or conditions that are highly linked to generational imprints of suffering; populations globally that may have a greater risk for intergenerational trauma; and specific techniques or therapies that can be used as support and healing for parental health and future generations.
Dr. Leah Hollon holds a BS in Psychology from Virginia Commonwealth University and a MPH from the VCU School of Medicine. Dr. Hollon completed her ND degree and residency training at NUNM. She has served as an Assistant Professor of Pharmacy and is a co-owner of Richmond Natural Medicine. She has been an editor for the American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education (AJPE), has been published on the use of alternative medicine within Central Appalachia, and assisted in the establishment of a drug court program in Southwest Virginia. Her time within Appalachia led to tailored support for PTSD, where today the majority of those she sees present with unresolved trauma. She has worked within the field for 18 years, where some of her earliest research focused on intentional injury within a level 1 trauma center ED. Additionally, she is passionate about educating future practitioners, where she serves as the first ND residency site within Virginia.
What you will get:
· Total 1 hour of lecture video
· Lifetime access to the lecture for review & application
· Certificate of Participation & CEUs
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