Would you like to have Kathryn come and speak for your group or business?
Kathryn has extensive experience in speaking on a broad range of topics related to natural health. Whether for an hour long presentation or a whole day seminar, Kathryn makes even complex health issues easy to understand. Here you will find just a few of the topics Kathryn can speak on. Contact us for reservations!
1-10 people - $100/hour
11-20 people - $200/hour
21-30 people - $300/hour
31-40 people - $400/hour
41-50 people - $500/hour
The precipitous rise in food intolerances and digestive disorders over the past few years is a clear and inevitable consequence of our overuse of antibiotics over the last century. We are destroying our indigenous gut bacteria and breeding super-pathogens. And the most common treatment suggested for this gut dysbiosis... is more antibiotics. While avoidance diets such as going gluten-free or dairy-free may offer some relief, avoiding is not healing. We need to address the cause. We need to stop abusing antibiotics for every cough, ear ache and sniffle. We need to understand the important role that beneficial bacteria play in our digestive tracts. And we need to bring traditional fermented foods back into our daily diets so that we can hope to reverse this trend.
The Gut & Psychology/Physiology Syndrome (GAPS) describes the connection between how our physical and mental health is dependent on the health of our digestive tract and the micro-organisms contained within it. GAP Syndrome is the underlying cause to an outstanding number of diseases including: ADD, ADHD, Dyslexia, autism, schizophrenia, anxiety, depression, epilepsy, Multiple Sclerosis, ALS, arthritis, lupus, allergies, eczema, psoriasis, Diabetes, chronic fatigue, fibromyalgia, multiple chemical sensitivity, chronic diarrhea, abdominal pain, bloating, flatulence, irritable bowel, celiac, gluten-sensitivity, constipation, hemorrhoids, colitis, acid reflux, and more. These are the people that fall into the gap of modern medical knowledge and have limited success with nearly every standard treatment out there. Based on the work of Dr. Natasha Campbell-McBride who works with thousands of GAPS patients around the globe the GAPS program has three main components; the GAPS nutritional plan, specific supplementation, and ways to detoxify the body. Most important is the GAPS Diet which heals the lining of the digestive tract and allows the body's elimination systems to function properly. Through this clients around the world have been able to return to an optimum level of health.
Have questions about cholesterol? Worried about heart disease? Reluctant to get on a recommended cholesterol lowering prescription? The connection between saturated fat consumption and heart disease has been well documented. Or has it? Join Traditional Naturopath, Kathryn Doran-Fisher for The Big FAT Lie. This seminar will cover all you need to know about fats, oils and the cholesterol myth. See the studies and find out why the food industry has lied all these years. Learn why olive oil can make you fat but coconut oil can make you thin. Discover how lowering your cholesterol through statin drugs or even herbal remedies can make you more prone to cancer, depression or suicide. What fats and oils are good for you and how much should you take? Hormone problems? Liver congestion? Reproduction issues? Dry skin? Poor eyesight? Stress? You need to attend The Big FAT Lie all-day seminar.
There is nothing written in the rule book that says women have to suffer from menstrual problems! In this informative class, Naturopath Kathryn Doran-Fisher, will teach you how to track your fertility signs, how to read fertility charts to identify problems, and what herbs she has traditionally used to help clients restore health to the reproductive system for enhanced fertility and problem-free periods. This is an excellent class for doulas, naturopaths and other professionals working with women of childbearing age; women looking to improve their own fertility, get off of birth control, or who want to have a deeper connection to their own health and how to improve it; and for teenagers and young women wanting to learn how to avoid the trap of using synthetic drugs to "regulate" (suppress) their menstrual cycles.