Conscious Wellness, at its root, is a collaboration with individuals who are invested in discovering their own health wisdom through honest and loving self-reflection.
Changes in diet and lifestyle are supported and sustainable when we attend to our relationship with self. Intrapersonal issues in self-worth, self-empathy, and self-care are investigated with firm gentleness in order to highlight underlying and misguided motivations. Our behavioral choices and the way we feel about ourselves on a daily basis is deeply informed by the beliefs we have created over a lifetime about who we think we are and what we believe we can expect from our reality.
Through loving, compassionate dialogue we can uncover these limiting beliefs and reevaluate them so that going forward we are more aligned with qualities of self-worth, love, forgiveness, and trust. This deep shifting of fundamental beliefs, and habits of mind, is the foundation to achieving personal wellness goals. In addition to this reflective dialogue, we also emphasize nutritional education from a functional perspective, that is, the holistic view of the human body, mind, and experience as all connected and interwoven. Not one area is independent from the whole. While working to strengthen relationship with self through loving dialogue, we simultaneously educate on health from scientific and evidence-based sources on the cutting edge of wellness today. The foods we eat can be a gateway to a much deeper transformation into health, which naturally changes eating and lifestyle habits. Conscious Wellness is an integrative and holistic approach to wellness that honors and addresses the full human experience and invites forward, more depth, awareness and awakened living. image source
Francie Healey has a Master’s Degree in Counseling and is both a Certified Health Counselor and Licensed Mental Health Counselor.
In addition, she is a certified Ultra Lite™ practitioner. Francie is a Health and Wellness expert, who uses a holistic framework to educate people about how to eat and what to eat in order to feel energized, grounded and well-nourished. She counsels and educates her clients about holistic nutrition, health and wellness, meal planning, how to cook simple, nutritious meals, food label literacy, developing a healthy relationship with food, achieving and sustaining a healthy weight, emotional eating, reducing cravings, and the connection between food and mood.
In addition to providing health and nutrition counseling, life coaching and phone consultations, Francie teaches classes and writes articles on a variety of Health and Wellness topics. She wrote and developed recipes for “Protein Power,” a cooking feature published in the September/October 2010 issue of Mothering magazine.
Over the years, Francie has continued to explore the relationship between brain health and nutrition by following new research in the field. Evidence strongly suggests that the progression of cognitive decline (such as Alzheimer’s) can be delayed and in some cases prevented with dietary changes. Francie’s new book, Eat to Beat Alzheimer’s is now available on Amazon.
Tiannon Christine is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor and holds a Master’s in Art Therapy.
She has focused her work in family dynamics, infant mental health and maternal mental health over the past ten years. Bringing this background together with the science of nutrition and brain health creates a solid approach for building resiliency on every level. A comprehensive approach to wellness is a deep dive into elemental patterns of behavior and beliefs for greater understanding and the ability to implement positive changes for growth and upliftment. Tiannon works with clients through her private practice, providing art therapy to individuals and groups, as well as coaching and therapy for parents. She is also the Project Manager for Conscious Wellness, LLC.
Together, their focus includes mental health, nutrition for brain health, and good mood. Their work aims to empower participants to develop their inner health advocate, and align with their personal intuition for achieving wellness goals. Rather than a one-sized approach to diet and lifestyle, Tiannon and Francie educate participants with the latest and most valid research while supporting self-reflection and self-inquiry. In addition to learning the best ways to approach good mood and brain health with lifestyle and diet factors, participants will deeply investigate their own personal territory to discover their own unique learning.
Now available on Amazon!
offers a practical guide and an empowering tool to bring nourishing, healthful, and delicious food into the lives of people concerned about Alzheimer’s and other cognitive problems. Almost 9 million people in the U.S. suffer from Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia, and the toll is rapidly increasing. This book will appeal to everyone concerned about dementia and memory loss in either themselves or a loved one.
Recent research makes clear that the impact of aging on the brain can be reduced by simple diet and lifestyle modifications. The delicious food choices and easy-to-prepare recipes in this book are based on the latest findings showing that they can help slow the progression of Alzheimer’s and other conditions like it, or prevent them entirely.
Readers will gain the knowledge and tools to take charge of their health by incorporating tasty, healing foods into their diet. The information in this cookbook will be as relevant and useful 20 years from now as it is today. And the recipes will still be just as delicious.
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