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Under what circumstances should a person seek a wellness consultation? For whom is a wellness consultation the right choice?
If an individual has health challenges and they desire change with the way they feel. If the individual has been searching from doctor to doctor and cannot find resolution. Some of the common health concerns that I investigate with a holistic approach include:
Attention, Focus, Memory
What is unique about your approach to wellness?
I marry my background with Traditional Chinese Medicine and a clinical approach to address the body’s needs. Fundamental to my approach is meeting the client where they are for their healing. I have an appreciation for energetic medicine and use it in my practice as one of the tools for discovering what the body needs.
In a few words, describe what you do.
I help people meet their wellness goals with a variety of investigative and healing modalities.
What motivates you to be a Wellness and Healing practitioner?
I am called to support people in the best way possible. It’s my way of helping to heal the planet (one person at a time). A clear intention of health, however that may look and feel to the client, is a part of a contractual agreement of making positive changes in their lives through Mind, Body, and Spirit.
What do you do to empower your clients to live more healthfully?
I use the philosophy of a Mind-Body-Spirit approach to healing. We create an agreement to daily lifestyle changes, mindful eating, and sustainable nutrition in order for the program to work and for the client to achieve their goals.
Do you have a personal healthy-living mantra? What do you do personally to preserve your own wellness?
Yes. First, mindful meditation and a healthy attitude to engage the soul and brain, and eating from the heart is a must. I eat a gluten-free and dairy-free diet with a variety of colors on my plate. I also move my body on a regular basis with a variety of exercises.
Will my health insurance cover Clinical Nutritionist services?
Unfortunately, insurance companies do not cover the cost of wellness and nutrition services. A reason for this is that insurance companies primarily focus on covering costs to treat disease rather than pay people to be proactive in preventing disease and illness in the first place. Some payments may be acceptable through Flexible Spending Accounts so you may want to check with your FSA administrator. Additionally, more and more companies are now incentivizing their employee to pursue a healthier lifestyle by paying for gym memberships or even visits with a nutritionist – so check with your HR person!
What forms of payment does Hill Country Intentional Healing take?
Payments are accepted via Visa®, Mastercard® credit cards, Zelle®, Venmo®, checks (except for third party out of state checks!), or good old cash.