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Dr Jeff Feinman
Jeffrey Feinman, BA, VMD, CVH, graduated in 1985 from the University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Jeff was Penn’s first veterinary dual degree University Scholar and holds both molecular biology and veterinary degrees.
Dr. Jeff is devoted to teaching both animal guardians as well as other veterinarians about homeopathy and optimal pet care. He and his wonderful wife Amy live with Vanya, a rescued Standard Poodle and two Rex cats named Tigger and Chi.
Dr. Christina Chambreau
Christina Chambreau, DVM, is an internationally known homeopathic veterinarian, lecturer, associate editor of the Integrative Veterinary Care Journal, author of several books, including the Healthy Animal’s Journal. Graduating from the University of Georgia Veterinary College in 1980, she began using homeopathy in her veterinary practice in 1983. She is a founder of the Academy Of Veterinary Homeopathy, was on the faculty of the National Center for Homeopathy Summer School for 10 years and was the integrative medicine adjunct faculty liaison for the Maryland Veterinary Technician Program. Currently she teaches classes in holistic approaches as well as Introductory, Intermediate and Advanced Homeopathy for Animals of all Species across the country. She lectures on a wide array of topics including integrating holistic options into veterinary practices, selecting the best approaches to heal animals, ones that will also sustain the planet. Her venues have included the World Small Animal Veterinary Conference, American Veterinary Medical Association, Atlantic Coast Veterinary Conference, North American Veterinary Conference, American Holistic Veterinary Medical Association, Groom Expo, American Boarding Kennel Association, breed shows, health food stores, and more. She is author or co-author of the Fleas Be Gone kindle book, Healthy Dog Journal ebook, Healthy Cat Journal ebook, Healthy Horse Journal ebook, Homeopathic Repertory: A Tutorial, and How to Have a Stress Free Wedding.
Jen Bridwell, TPM, IWC has spent over 30 years as an animal wellness professional as a trainer, veterinary technician, certified Trigger Point Myotherapist, groomer, rescue volunteer, dog sport competitor and writer. Along with numerous articles, she is the author of the relationship based training manual, “The Everything Dog Obedience Book”.
After decades of coaching people to have happier, healthier dogs and better relationships with them, Jen took Holistic Actions to transform her own body, health and life, and found a new calling as an Integrative Wellness Coach; helping people transform their own lives, particularly those struggling with disordered eating.
Her vision for HA! Is for every animal guardian to feel empowered by the information they receive to take leadership over the wellness of the animals in their care.
Jen will help you embrace symptoms and put them into context. You can then focus on the big picture of better long-term health and happier lives. She offers both online and in-person dog training, and behavior consultations. Jen is also available for at-home maintenance grooming and holistic and natural lifestyle support.
Gail Pope is the Founder and President of BrightHaven Animal Sanctuary, Hospice, Rescue and Education Center in California, and for nearly 30 years her focus has been on helping senior and special needs animals on a journey of holistic healing, all the way through hospice care and transition. BrightHaven’s holistic regimen, which includes classical veterinary homeopathy and a raw meat diet, is renowned as their animals seem to live longer and look healthier than most. For example, Frazier the cat survived cancer and lived to age 34 and Ollie the paralyzed Dachshund lived to age 24. Gail is excited to be part of Holistic Actions! so that she can help people to better help their animals. It’s all about living well at every life stage, in an optimal state of balance, through the last breath!
Vision: Holistic Actions! will equip people with knowledge that helps them become more receptive to and understanding of the holistic approach. Their animals will benefit as caregivers learn to embrace the whole being and not just symptoms, with the goal of balancing body, mind and spirit at all life stages!
Gail offers private online wellness and pawspice (hospice for pets) coaching.
Amy L. Feinman, B.S., MSEd,
Gluten-free Chef, Medical-speak (to plain talk) Translator, and Lifestyle Enhancement Mentor
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