Stress, the Disease of 21st Century Living and The Gut on Fire
4th July - Cork | 5th July - Galway | 6th July - Dublin | Only €60
Call 1890 989 771 to book your place
All seminars are from 4pm - 7pm & have been awarded 3 CPD Hours
Learn effective strategies to deal with two of the most common and complex health problems in clinic
Wouldn’t it be great if we could tell our patients that we’re going to help to solve their stress? Wouldn’t it be great to be able to tell them that we’re going to help to solve their IBS and that their digestive complaints could largely be a thing of the past? As knowledgeable functional medicine practitioners and health coaches we know we can give our patients the tools to help significantly improve their stress and gut symptoms. After all, that’s what we trained for. But sometimes, it helps to have a system.
Jo Gamble is here to provide you with a multi-system model to help you to help your patients with stress and IBS on the road to recovery quicker, faster and more effectively. Not overnight, and not without a considerable amount of hard work, persistence and compliance from the patient, but we can do it. Jo will talk you through 4 complex case studies from her own clinic to show you how she puts all this into practice as well as diet, lifestyle & supplement protocols that you can use in clinic
Stress has become one of the leading drivers of chronic illness in the 21st century. It comes in many forms and can be acute or chronic. In an emergency situation, the acute stress response can literally save your life, as your body is primed to fight or take flight. It’s only when stress becomes chronic that this vital response can start to work against you. When stress is ongoing, your body is constantly on high alert. And the lifesaving stress response slowly and insidiously starts to eat away at the very life force it evolved to protect. Stress has become a habitual, almost essential part of 21st century Western living and gut health problems are increasingly common too. In this packed 3 hour seminar you will learn how to help yourself and your clients to break away from this norm and start to do things differently.
Book your place in advance and you’ll receive a €20 credit on your account following attendance!
Don’t miss this unique opportunity to join Jo Gamble as she shares her knowledge and experience on two of the most complex and common conditions you will see in clinic: chronic stress and gut health problems. Jo will present the same 3 hour seminar in three different venues across Ireland - Cork, Galway and Dublin - to ensure you have the chance to take advantage of this fantastic learning opportunity.
Don’t miss this unique opportunity to learn from Jo Gamble - one of the UKs most experienced functional medicine practitioners - as she shares her knowledge and experience on how to actually help your patients to break free from stress and gut problems and instead move towards optimal health and positive long term health outcomes.
More About Your Speaker...
JO GAMBLE BA (HONS) DIP CNM IFMCP FELLOW ICT
Jo has been a behavioral therapist for the last 15 years where she has specialized in children with autism and complex learning difficulties. Jo uses her skills and experience to compliment her nutritional therapy; this is particularly beneficial for the children she works with.
Jo has now chosen to add to her specialties by pursuing her passion for making a difference to people with cancer, working alongside them on their journey, leaving no stone unturned. Jo works with many children through the charity KICT and Alfie’s Trust, and adults around the country and internationally.
Jo is now a certified Functional Medicine Practitioner and is board certified with the Academy of Anti Aging Medicine in the USA. Jo’s passion to educate both her clients and other practitioners had led to becoming a senior lecture for The College of Naturopathic Medicine as well as regularly lecturing for Nutri Advanced.
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