Living Abundantly with a Life-Changing Autoimmune Condition: An Interview with Dr. Keita Vanterpool
Dr. Keita Vanterpool of Chirokei Consulting LLC is a chiropractor in Washington, DC. She battled a debilitating autoimmune disease suddenly and unexpectedly as a teenager. In this episode, you'll hear how the condition (though she no longer claims to have it) positively shaped her self-care, perspective on life and beauty, and her approach to caring for her chiropractic patients in Southeast DC, a predominantly African American and socioeconomically diverse region of the Nation's Capitol. She is also on a mission to ensure parity in Medicare and representation in the chiropractic community as the first Black woman elected to the Federation of Chiropractic Licensing Boards, where she now serves as vice president. Settle into a comfortable place as you hear more from this trailblazer and Dr. Vanterpool's triumphant autoimmune health journey. Learn more about Chirokei Consulting at email@example.com, (202) 536-2473 and www.chirokei.com. Learn more about Emily Brown and online health coaching and nutrition therapy services at www.bridgeintegrativehealth.com.
Is wellness coaching right for you? A health coach's perspective
Have you ever wondered whether health and wellness coaching is right for you? You might be surprised, but wellness coaching has several benefits, and those benefits aren't limited to people who are considered "unhealthy" or "out of shape." Rather, wellness coaching can benefit people from all backgrounds and those with various health and wellness goals. In this episode, learn who is a great candidate for wellness coaching and let's see if you can identify with these characteristics. Enjoy the episode!
(Ep. 5) How personality type influences health and wellness | Can you change habits and lifestyle?
In this episode of the Autoimmune Health podcast, I interview my friend Valari Jackson, founder of Fierce Focus Strategies. Valari uses her expertise as a Myers-Briggs Certified Practitioner to support entrepreneurs of all stripes uncover what's getting in the way of their success.In this episode, she sheds light on how personality type intersects with healthy lifestyle habits and how we deal with stress.Prefer to watch this interview, too? Check out my Youtube channel and the corresponding video here: https://youtu.be/HilVn-yYHTgAbout ValariValari Jackson is a speaker, implementation coach, and the founder of Fierce Focus Strategies. As a Myers-Briggs Certified Practitioner, Valari is uniquely equipped to help entrepreneurs overcome overwhelm and gain clarity on their business goals. She works with organizations and individuals alike to align their attitudes and actions to create immediate and sustainable results. Learn more about Valari at www.fiercefocusstrategies.com.Ready to find out if health coaching is right for you? Email Emily at firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule a complimentary, privacy-guaranteed consultation or visit www.emilybrownhealthcoach.com
(Ep. 4) How to navigate life & work in turbulent times (COVID-19 Special Episode)
The coronavirus (COVID-19) has caused an upheaval in all of our lives, requiring us to shift our priorities and minimize our usual activities to safeguard ourselves as well as others.In this special episode, I talk with my dear friend and mental health expert, Carisa Oyebanjo, LCPC, NCC, about some tips and best practices on making the transition to remote work and homeschooling, maintaining a healthy mindset, and taking advantage of this slower pace.Learn more about Carisa's work at www.HMSTherapy.com and www.RenewandRevitalize.com.Learn more about health coaching at www.emilybrownhealthcoach.com.Thanks for listening!
(Ep. 3) Why Having an Autoimmune Disease Is Lonely: 3 Strategies for Overcoming Isolation
More than 50 million Americans living with an autoimmune disease and 75 percent are women, according to the American Autoimmune Related Diseases Association.The organization has identified more than 100 autoimmune diseases, including lupus, Hashimoto’s thyroiditis, vitiligo, type 1 diabetes, multiple sclerosis, chronic Lyme disease, and Crohn’s disease.Despite this long list of conditions, one would assume that there are many others who can relate to your condition, but that assumption is wrong since many people report feeling lonely and isolated after being diagnosed. In this episode, discovery why autoimmunity is lonesome and how to overcome it with practical steps.