Integrative health takes a whole body approach to health, versus just looking at a single organ system. It is an individualized, client centered model of promoting health and wellness and combines a whole person approach to care with evidence based strategies.
No. If you want to work on planning your meals in advance and finding time to prepare them, then we can definitely explore that, but there are several issues I see with handing someone a meal plan. For one, they are restrictive and rigid and if you don’t end up following them (which I can guarantee at some point you won’t!), you may end up feeling like you ‘failed’ which is not beneficial to your health. Additionally, they don’t really teach you anything. I want my clients to learn how to eat to nourish their body and make food choices for themselves.
Typically it is best to plan on at least 3-6 months.
No, I do not accept insurance, but if your HSA or FSA plan allows, I accept both forms of payment.