the quadrants of wholeness:
Physical, Mental, Educational, & Spiritual is incorporated into each of the
Three Models of Wellness: Interruption, Integration, & Enhancement
My commitment to holistic practices includes and reflects a wealth of professional and life experiences in physical, mental, educational, and spiritual approaches to Allopathic (clinical) and Alternative medicine.
My mission is to empower individuals to take care of themselves by taking responsibility for their wellness. I designed a step-by-step holistic health system grounded in the developmental stages of the human life span and individualized for my clients within the model of wellness: interruption, system integration, and life enhancement. Otherwise, individuals will have to depend on someone outside of themselves to give them everything they need.
The Interruption Model
Dealing with symptoms when they occur to keep them from progressing characterizes the Interruption Model. For example, when dealing with a cold, appropriate treatment and support can function as preventative
medicine as well as alleviate symptoms.
The System Integration Model
Balancing body systems is the foremost objective of the System Integration Model. For example, a person undergoing undue stress in their life will often feel unwell, but be unable to identify the source of the dis-ease. System Integration can restore balance and increase feelings of ease, grace, and wellness.
The Life Enhancement Model
Individuals with chronic or critical illnesses may need to focus on increasing their quality of life in conjunction with other treatment modalities. The Life Enhancement Model takes into account the wellness of the entire person and treats illness within the holistic perspective of the person’s life.