In this episode my guest Dr. Michelle Meyer and I discuss communication on a whole new level. "Celebrate the difference of emotional accents in order to communicate in their language." Michelle shares this will allow for authentic connection which is a gift to others. Enjoy the fun riddle she brings to the show to wrap up your week in a fun way.
Dr. Michelle Meyer ND has had her family-based naturopathic medical practice in Ottawa since 2000 after graduating from the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine in 1996.
Dr. Meyer’s practice embraces her belief in food as medicine, including her passion for botanical medicine. She recognizes the vital importance of food quality including the need for organically grown crops free of glyphosate and other pesticides as essential to promoting optimal health and reducing the likelihood of cancers and many other health disorders and illnesses.
Dr. Meyer’s practice is distinct in its unique integration of naturopathic medical treatment with psychotherapy techniques. Her unique two-pronged approach allows her to support patients with acute and chronic physical and/or mental health challenges. Dr. Meyer's post-graduate training in counselling facilitates her work with patients challenged by stress associated health concerns including addiction challenges such as addiction to food or alcohol. She also supports patients with chronic fatigue, thyroid problems, anxiety and depression as well as those with neurologically based health challenges including Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorder, Autism Spectrum Disorders and Multiple Sclerosis.
Michelle Meyer is a well-established public speaker, writer and workshop facilitator. She created the radio program The Well Street Journal pioneering broader media coverage of natural and holistic health care approaches. Dr. Meyer is a long-time community activist, having worked with indigenous communities, community health, environment, organic food and agriculture as well as co-operative organizations and credit unions. She has been a Director on numerous community Boards. Her passions include canoe tripping, biking and hiking, singing and dancing.
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