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Fast Track Lifestyle Medicine Course for Nutritional Therapists


If you are as excited as me that accredited Lifestyle Medicine training is in place for our GP’s.

As Dr Chatterjee says:

'We're still using 20th century thinking to solve 21st century problems."

In nutrition you will be way ahead in providing a holistic approach however, clients expectations are changing fast – the old consult methods are having to change to incorporate Agile Delivery.

On Tuesday 17th April Elaine Wilkins Founder of The Chrysalis Effect is delivering an exciting opportunity for you to learn what a Fast Track Lifestyle Medicine Course can do for your business and as a Nutri I-mag or IHCAN subscriber you will be able to enjoy a 50% discount.

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For 10 years now, nutritional therapists connected to The Chrysalis Effect have transformed the results for the toughest and most stuck clients.

On Tuesday you will discover a unique form of wellness coaching and delivery that underpins Lifestyle Medicine.

It is a must for nutritional therapist who want to be at the cutting edge of client results.

Elaine Will Also Cover:
  • Why the old consult model is not fit for purpose.
  • The unique form of coaching that every Nutritional therapist needs.
  • Case Study- Rachel - Transformed outcomes - The other 90%.
  • The Nutritionists’ Perspective.
  • What’s in the Lifestyle Medicine course?

'I believe together we have the combination to unlock clients’ wellbeing that is why we are leading the way in integrated healthcare' – Elaine Wilkins

Can’t attend Live and would love the recording?
All you need is note pad, pen and a cup of something lovely.
Look forward to seeing you on Tuesday 17th April.

Be a Part of It

Your Host for the Webinar – Elaine Wilkins BA Hons, PGCE, ILM, CMI Accredited Coach

Elaine is a true pioneer in Lifestyle Medicine and Role Model Medicine. In the last decade she has won awards for her cutting-edge work in ME, CFS and Fibromyalgia recovery. As both a recoverer and founder of The Chrysalis Effect and it's sister organisation Chrysalis Effect Health, her work is about Transforming the Current Healthcare Model by Merging Complementary and Allopathic Medicine with Wellbeing Coaching and Technology to Address Cause and Deliver 24/7 Support. The Chrysalis Effect is a dynamic and unique community of practitioners and recovery clients. For recovery or practitioner training information contact:



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