Consequences of a Mismatched Stress Response in the 21st Century
with Berris Burgoyne, ND
Stress is one of the biggest triggers of physiological changes in the body. Although it is necessary for survival, it has also been identified as an important etiological and sustaining factor in a vast array of conditions. These include cardiometabolic disorders; immune dysregulation; altered HPA-axis, sleep, and emotional disturbances; hormonal changes associated with PCOS, fertility concerns, PMS and worsening of menopausal symptoms.
In this full-day seminar, Berris will present up-to-date information on the complexities of the stress response, the factors that regulate it and how it contributes so broadly to our health. She will examine the key herbal protocols used to assist in regulating the stress response, a response that many believe is mismatched with our modern lives and environment.
Throughout the day Berris will share her vast clinical experience and provide you with herbal solutions and protocols that help to maintain a healthy stress response and to support your patients experiencing stress-related health issues.
About Berris Burgoyne, BHSc, ND, Dip Herb
Berris Burgoyne is a renowned naturopathic clinician with 30 years of experience. She owns and runs a highly successful naturopathic clinic in Brisbane, Australia, and is a senior member of the MediHerb team as a technical writer and educator.
Berris was one of Kerry Bone’s first herbal students and has worked closely with him over the past 26 years. She regularly lectures alongside Kerry in Australia and New Zealand and has also lectured extensively in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom and South Africa.
What sets Berris apart as a speaker and educator is her ability to take very complex technical data and transform it into practical clinical information that is easy to understand and apply. This, coupled with her extensive clinical experience, makes her an authoritative and dynamic presenter.
8 CEUs applied for DCs in IL, IA, MO, IN through NYCC; 8 PDAs applied for through NCCAOM.