Holistic Health Practitioners and interested Health Professionals please join IMdT for a networking and educational opportunity.
Dr. Jim Cardasis, IMdT Board member, will host this meet up group. Jim’s practice is Primary and Integrative Care Clinic.
- Watch the Functional Forum & Network with like-minded practitioners.
- Collaborate with local practitioners to start community education efforts.
- Give and receive support and best practice ideas from fellow practitioners.
In The Marcelino Martinez Board Room
At Kit Carson Electric Coop
118 Cruz Alta Rd
Taos, NM 87571
Holistic Health Practitioners Monthly Meet-Up
Functional Forum Meet-up – Live and Online Event
First Monday of the month – Next Meeting: February 6th
5:30pm to 8:00pm
The Functional Forum on the first Monday of every month. Jim Cardasis, DO hosts this monthly forum at the Marcelino Martinez Board Room at Kit Carson Electric Coop on Cruz Alta Rd from 5:30pm to 8:30pm.
About The Functional Forum
The Functional Forum is the world’s largest integrative medicine conference. On the first Monday of every month, this new concept in practitioner education, “medutainment”, brings together the latest health news, functional medicine research, practice development and health technology in an upbeat, entertaining way.
We curate the industry’s leading innovators in a mixed-media format that combines interviews, TED-style talks, videos, audience interaction, and music, all archived for free forever on our Youtube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/functionalforum
Each month between 6,000-10,000 health professionals watch the live Functional Forum. Covering the most important clinical topics, practice development strategies, and the latest health technology. Featuring top speakers including Dr. Mark Hyman, Dr. Jeffrey Bland, Dr. Leo Galland, and more.
Taos Talks 2016 – Ellen F. Franklin, PhD- Good Vibrations: Acutonics® and Integrative Medicine
Ellen F. Franklin, PhD is CEO of the Acutonics Institute of Integrative Medicine creators of the Acutonics® System of healing and education. For more than 16 years she has been involved in the development and dissemination of educational programs in vibrational sound therapy rooted in East Asian Medicine and psychology.
This body of work embraces both ancient wisdom traditions and modern scientific practices, and offers an in-depth certification program to health care practitioners. Dr. Franklin has taught courses around the world and is a frequent presenter at professional conferences. She is co-author of Acutonics from Galaxies to Cells, Planetary Science, Harmony and Medicine, the author of numerous articles and a frequent contributor to Oriental Medicine Journal. Ellen received her doctorate in Psychology and Certificate in Jungian Studies from Saybrook University. Her doctoral research focused on the use of Acutonics for self- care to reduce severe stress in nurses.
Taos Talks 2016 – Ted Wiard LPCC
Finding Meaning and Passion after Loss
Ted Wiard is a licensed clinical therapist, certified grief counselor, an ordained minister, a New Mexico certified schoolteacher and a certified tennis professional. Ted’s passion for working with grief, loss, and recovery arose from his own personal losses in which he realized there were very few places to go for support and healing from loss. Working at Betty Ford Center, Ted counseled individuals and families with clinical and spiritual support through the recovery process. He has written numerous articles on the subject of emotional healing, grief, loss and the connection vs. disconnection of spirituality in loss, addiction and relapse prevention. Ted has co-authored the book “Witnessing Ted, The Journey to Potential Though Grief & Loss”, a sensitive guide on the six aspects of grief and the journey to a wiser more authentic life. He is sought out for speaking engagements nationally to offer his inspirational and dynamic message of hope and healing.
This talk will explore permission to consciously heal from loss while fully living in the present.
Taos Talks 2016 Sean Murphy -Unwinding the Story
Unwinding the Story: 5 Steps to Finding Freedom and Achieving Physical, Mental & Emotional Health
SEAN MURPHY has been a practitioner of Zen meditation for 30 years. The latest edition of his nonfiction chronicle of Zen in America, One Bird, One Stone, won a 2014 International Book Award. His debut novel, The Hope Valley Hubcap King, won the Hemingway Award for a First Novel. He is also the author of The Time of New Weather, which was named Best Novel in the 2009 National Press Women’s Communication Awards, and The Finished Man (all published by Bantam/Dell Books). A teacher of writing, meditation, creative writing and literature at the University of New Mexico-Taos, he also leads writing and meditation workshops for a variety of other organizations and conferences. He is the co-founder and Director of the nonprofit Sage Institute, which hosts an innovative Meditation Leader Training Program.
Taos Talks 2016 Luis Constantin – The Case For Integral Heart Care
Taos Talks included eight Integrative Health specialists speaking on various topics of Integrative Medicine. 12 minute presentations by selected local experts and practitioners on various topics of Integrative Medicine.
Luis Constantin, MD, FACC, FHRS
The Case For Integral Heart Care – A Vision Of The Future
Luis Constantin, MD, FACC, FHRS has been a NM resident since late 2001, practices Cardiology in Taos and Albuquerque. He is most interested in the roles of nutrition, emotions and personal responsibility in the creation of health.
“I believe that achieving optimal individual, collective and planetary health will require the bridging of old traditions with leading edge healing methods. Integrative Medicine de Taos aims to cultivate a true Integral Medicine, drawing on the rich diversity of conventional, traditional and alternative disciplines present in our community”.
Taos Talks 2016 – Wendy E. Wagner, Ph.D. – The Psychology of Cancer – A New Paradigm
Wendy Wagner is currently living in Taos New Mexico. She received her Masters degree in Transpersonal Psychology from the Institute of Transpersonal Psychology in 1980 and her Ph.D in Psychology from Summit University in 1994. She was certified as a Master Hypnotist in 1991 by the Heartwood Institute and certified as an Addictions Counselor in 1994 by the West Coast Institute of Addictive Studies. She is also a certified Life Coach.
Wendy has had a private counseling practice since receiving her Masters degree in 1980. She has also taught in schools and colleges and has worked as a family therapist with non-profit organizations in California and Hawaii. She specializes in smoking cessation, PTSD counseling, addiction recovery, pre and peri-natal counseling, infant and child development, teen and adult therapies. She has recently returned to New Mexico and is currently restarting her private counseling practice.
As a cancer survivor, Wendy is particularly interested in supporting illness and trauma recovery.
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