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Webinar Information

Hawthorn University Webinars are currently on hiatus.

2021 Webinar Archives:

March 23: Beth O’Hara, Functional Naturopath: Precision Mold Detoxification for those with Sensitivities and Mast Cell Activation Syndrome

March 3: Dr. Ruth Ann Foster, Politics at the Table: An Unexpected Journey from Food Advocacy to Nutrition Literacy (All About Alumni)

March 2: Dr. Bridget Briggs, MD, The Power of Methylation

February 3: Amy Spindel, How Pushing Outside of My Comfort Zone Has Allowed Me to Build a Sustainable Practice (All About Alumni)

February 2: Tammera J. Karr, Ph.D., Traditional Foods – Where Tradition Meets Science

January 6: Talia Segal Fidler, Food for Thought – My Journey to Health (All About Alumni)

January 5: Karin Rozell, Courage in Challenging Times: Discover the Mindset for Staying in Business and Thriving in Any Economy

2020 Webinar Archives:

December 2: Ginger Hudock, MBA, NC, CGP, CBNP, Teaching Others to Improve their Health with Nutrition (All About Alumni)

December 1: DeAnna Batdorff, Traditional Tools in Nutrition – Part Two

November 17: Beth O’Hara, Functional Naturopath, Slipping Through the Cracks: Mast Cell Activation Syndrome

November 4: Debbie Bockhold, Plan My Nutrition (All About Alumni)

October 20: Laura Kopec, NDT, MHNE, MA, CNC, Learn, Speak and Educate Nutrigenomics: How to take the science into a conversation with clients

October 7: Amy Gernaat, NC, Sparking the Reclamation – Creating the New Paradigm of Health and Vitality (All About Alumni)

October 6: DeAnna Batdorff, Traditional Tools in Nutrition

September 15: John Ramotowski, MSc, CHNC, The Role of Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals in Childhood Obesity

September 2: Laura Kopec, NDT, MHNE, MA, CNC, The Long and Windy Road – How Resiliency Led the Way (All About Alumni)

September 1: Julia Ross, MA, Nutritional First Aid During the Covid-19 Crisis: Overcoming Depression and Stress-Induced Food Cravings with Targeted Amino Acid Therapy

August 18: Traci D Mitchell, Health & Fitness Coach and Author, Diet, Hormonal Weight Gain and Fat Distribution

August 5: Maria Tabone, Finding Focus and Passion – Creating a Holistic Practice While Working Full Time (All About Alumni)

August 4: Stacey Baganz, Board Certified Holistic Nutritionist, A Deeper Insight into the Immune System – Why it Matters

July 21: Dr. Denis Wilson and Allison Roberts, Fastercise – Using Natural High-intensity Exercise to Control Appetite and Direct the Body to Consume Stored Body Fat

July 14: Deanna Minich, PhD, An East-West Nutritional Assessment Based on the 7 Systems of Health: A General Primer

July 1: Gail Kincaid, NC Graduate 2017, In Search of the Right Ingredients for Nutritional Balance (All About Alumni)

June 16: David Crow, Botanical Antivirals – Part Two

June 3: Traci D. Mitchell, How to Master Media in the 21st Century to Grow Your Business in Nutrition (All About Alumni)

June 2: David Crow, Botanical Antivirals – Part One

May 19: Dr. Sylvia Haskvitz, Eat by Choice, Not by Habit: Support the Change you Want to See in the World

May 6: Nishanga Bliss, DSc, DAIM, LAc, Between Two Worlds – An Educational Journey (All About Alumni)

May 5: Glen Depke, Traditional Naturopath, Mitochondria: More Than Just the Powerhouse of Your Cells

April 14: Dr. Liz Lipski, Dr. Bianca Garilli and Paula Bartholomy, Calm in the Midst of a Storm: How to Center

April 1: Megan Lyons, MS, How Failure, Continuous Learning, and Self-Care Have Shaped Me as an Entrepreneur (All About Alumni)

March 17: Jonathan Posey, Legislative Update of Holistic Advocacy Across America

March 4: Ben Warren, MS, From Golf to Nutrition: An Unexpected Tale of Following your Passion (All About Alumni)

March 3: Rosalee de la Forêt, RH, 5 Powerful Weeds for Clinical Practice

February 5: Sheila Dean, DSc, RD, LD, IFMCP (All About Alumni), The 50-year Serendipitous Journey to Me

January 21: Aimee Raupp‚ MS, LAc, Optimal Health=Optimal Fertility (even for a woman in her 40s!): How to Manage Modern Fertility Challenges with Nutrition & Lifestyle Support

January 7: Katie Carter, NC, CYT, How Passion Becomes a Unique Cookbook: The Challenges and Joys of Self-Publishing

Disclaimer: The webinars may present information that does not fully reflect Hawthorn University’s philosophy. Nonetheless, these presentations have been chosen because of their overall quality of information.

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