Brain Health for Leaders with Wendy Turner-Larsen, MA, MS, MA, PCC
Brain nutrition plays a large part in how well we conduct our lives everyday. MHNE 2013 graduate Wendy Turner-Larsen’s training at Hawthorn gave her the confidence and credibility to speak and teach about nutrition and brain health. Her passion is to help organizations integrate health and wellness into business and leadership training, as personal wellness is foundational to leadership and organizational success.
Please join us for Hawthorn’s All About Alumni presentation Brain Health for Leaders with Wendy Turner-Larsen, MA, MS, MA, PCC.
Wendy shares about her multi-disciplinary approach to assist leadership coaching clients and organizations, how and why she became interested in nutrition and more specifically, brain nutrition. She describes her own journey of ill health and how brain nutrition supported her on her way to wellness.
Wendy Turner-Larsen is a graduate of Hawthorn’s Master of Science in Health and Nutrition Education program in 2013. As a psychologist, Wendy had a thriving private practice in Canada, providing a holistic approach to emotional, mental and psychological health to her clients. She then discovered brain nutrition and the impressive results provided for her clients through this method. She now works as a Leadership/Executive Coach and corporate training consultant, utilizing her holistic philosophy including brain health and nutrition to help leaders and organizations become healthier, more robust and thereby more productive and successful. Wendy earned an MA in Counseling/Psychology, an MA in Adult Education (leadership) and an MHNE. She is a registered nutritionist, a certified hypnotherapist, certified through the NNTI program (NeuroNutrient Training Institute) and a certified professional coach with credentialing through ICF (the International Coach Federation).
Disclaimer: The webinars may present information that does not fully reflect Hawthorn University’s philosophy. Nonetheless, these presentations have been chosen because of their overall quality of information.