DATE: Wednesday 21st June 2023
TIME: 6.30 pm AEST
Join us to explore this commonly experienced syndrome of menopause, and how to address your patients' needs within a naturopathic framework.
This webinar is only available for registered health professionals.
Registration closes 16 June 2023.
CPE points may be available from your professional association. A certificate of completion will be available for download upon completion of the event.
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Sandra Villella has been a naturopath and herbalist for twenty eight years. After graduating from the Southern School of Natural Therapies in 1993, she completed a Master of Applied Science -Acupuncture. While she runs a family practice, she has a particular interest in women’s health. She is also the consultant naturopath and clinical leader for Jean Hailes for women’s Health, Australia’s leading women’s health organisation, a position she has held since 1999. As well as working in the Jean Hailes Medical clinics, as part of a collaborative health care team with general practitioners, medical specialists and other allied health professionals, she is responsible for the development of educational resources on natural therapies for women, for the website, national magazine, webinars and seminars, for both the general public and health professionals. She also creates recipes for the “Jean Hailes kitchen” which provide health based nutritional educational messages. Sandra lectures final year naturopathy students at Torrens University, Melbourne campus.
Moira Bradfield Strydom is a Naturopath, educator and researcher with over 20 years clinical experience who has a passion for helping people experience optimal health in sustainable and sensible ways. Clinically she has a niche interest in recurrent vaginal infections, optimal vaginal and genitourinary health, hormones and the genitourinary microbiomes.
Moira holds a Bachelor of Naturopathy, a Masters degree in Acupuncture and is a PhD Candidate at Griffith University, in the area of the vaginal microbiome and recurrent vulvovaginal candidiasis.
DATE: Wednesday 21st June 2023 TIME: 6.30 pm AEST
Registration is required.