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- Created on Thursday, 03 August 2017
With a growing awareness of the influence of mould in chronic inflammation, it is important to understand your role as health practitioner. Lucinda Curran, experienced Building Biologist and Chinese medicine practitioner, brings the latest from the field and integrates it into effective ways to support and educate your clientele!
Join Lucinda Curran for Mould and Health: The Holistic Professional’s Role.
This live presentation will help you to:
• Understand mould and the important role it plays in our environment;
• Become familiar with water damaged buildings and how they can impact health;
• Become clear on your role as a health practitioner;
• Introduction to a tool to assist in supporting clients to achieve greater wellbeing.
Lucinda, CEO of Eco Health Solutions, is an experienced Building Biologist. With a background in health sciences and education, she has a thorough understanding of ways in which homes and workplaces can adversely affect overall health and vitality.
Her own illness due to environmental factors is her catalyst for supporting others in identifying and finding solutions for making healthy living choices. With a passion to make the world a safer place, Lucinda finds great joy in empowering her clients in enhancing their wellbeing through making positive changes to the built environment and in their lives.
Lucinda is past-president of the Australasian Society of Building Biologists (ASBB) and has also served as an active member of the committee. She is currently involved with the Indoor Air Quality Association (Australian Chapter) and The LEAD Group. With a focus on education, she is a trainer at the Australian College of Environmental Studies and has created the Environmental Sensitivities Symposium, as well as other online events to educate and empower members of the public.
Disclaimer: 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.
For a copy of the slide presentation used in this webinar please email .
For copies of the tools presented in this webinar, please visit: http://www.EcoHealthSolutions.com.au/mat