Join us each month to listen, learn and discuss hot topics for you and your child.
Led by Dr. Nancy O’Hara, Dr. Lindsey Wells or Vicki Kobliner, MS RDN, each month, one of us will lead a discussion about one of the scheduled topics.
You can purchase a subscription online of 12 sessions for $200 or pay $20 for each session. Some sessions will include additional fees for materials and supplies. Purchase a SUBSCRIPTION here:http://weekendwisdomsubscription.eventbrite.com (Registration ends 12/6/19 at 10 am)
Coffee and Tea will be provided. This will be an interactive discussion where participation and questions are encouraged. Spread the word and hope you can join us!
If you have paid for a subscription in advance, we will be taping the sessions and these will be provided to our subscribers.
All talks will be from 10 am-12 pm located at 3 Hollyhock Lane, Wilton CT 06897
All sales are non-refundable. Registration links for other talks throughout the year will be sent at the beginning of each month.
JANUARY 26: COLD AND FLU PREVENTION – Dr. Lindsey Wells
AVAILABLE FOR REGISTRATION NOW! SPACES LIMITED!!! Registration ends January 25 at 10 am.http://coldandfluprevention.eventbrite.com
• Come discuss natural and effective strategies for beating the common cold and flu this winter season. Recipes for homemade remedies will be provided, including fire cider, cough syrup, and elderberry syrup. All participants will leave with a 4 oz bottle of Dr. Wells’ homemade fire cider!
FEBRUARY 9: NUTRITIONAL PSYCHIATRY- Vicki Kobliner, MS RDN
• A sizeable body of research in the field of nutritional psychiatry supports the role of diet in mental health, as well as its potential as a modifiable risk factor for mental illness. Think about this: there is an absolute requirement for nutritional compounds to create and activate brain chemicals but there is no such thing as an SSRI deficiency….therapeutic nutrition intervention provides a foundation for good mental health and can enhance medication efficacy. Let’s discuss the potential for omega 3’s, vitamins, diet changes and much more to change your brain.
MARCH 9: PANS/PANDAS: NEW IDEAS AND TREATMENTS – Dr. Nancy O’Hara
• PANS AND PANDAS are difficult autoimmune diseases that require a multi-system approach. We will be discussing the latest ideas, research, and treatments about this devastating but recoverable illness.
APRIL 6: FIRST AID HOMEOPATHY – Dr. Lindsey Wells
• This class will introduce homeopathic remedies that can be used in first aid situations so parents can feel empowered to help their children during acute illnesses or injuries. Parents will have a solid understanding about what homeopathy is, the history of homeopathy, and how to use homeopathy at home.
MAY 11: HEALTHY BABY (PRECONCEPTION) – Vicki Kobliner, MS RDN
• The womb is truly baby’s first home. Making it a safe, nourishing and non-toxic place to grow is priority one, while poor nutrition, stress and a toxic environment during preconception and pregnancy can negatively impact offspring through four generations. Let’s talk about the positive changes you can make to prepare your body for conception. Men, you are definitely invited. Preconception health is about both parents.
JUNE 8: LYME AND CO-INFECTIONS: SIGNS, SYMPTOMS, AND TREATMENT ALTERNATIVES – Dr. Nancy O’Hara
• Lyme is not just an infectious disease but rather can be a chronic, multi-systemic disease that involves many organ systems including the immune, metabolic, gastrointestinal and mitochondrial systems. We will look at Lyme through this lens and discuss ways to better treat this disease.
JULY 20: AUTISM AND PUBERTY – Dr. Lindsey Wells
• Find out what can be expected during puberty so you can be prepared for the challenges that may arise during this period of time. We will talk about the hormones involved, adrenal stress, mood changes, sleep disturbances, and epilepsy.
AUGUST 17: HEALTHY INFANT:THE FIRST YEAR – Vicki Kobliner, MS RDN
• Why is rice cereal a poor choice of first food? Which foods are actually healthy for baby to start with? When should solids be added? What does it mean if my baby has reflux or eczema? How can I avoid allergies? Does a baby need supplements? Join Vicki for some Weekend Wisdom and let’s discuss how to keep baby healthy in the first year.
SEPTEMBER 28: ADHD: MAKING THE GRADE WITHOUT DRUGS – Dr. Nancy O’Hara
• Often when we receive this diagnosis, we move right to stimulant medications. There are so many facets to this label and so many non-pharmaceutical ways to treat these issues. We will discuss many of these as we try to help our kids get better.
OCTOBER 26: TOXICITY AND NEURODEVELOPMENT- Dr. Lindsey Wells
• Discussion of common neurotoxins and the impact on neurodevelopment in children. Effective and safe natural treatment approaches to address detoxification, neuro-inflammation, and neurodevelopment in the pediatric population.
NOVEMBER 16: ENHANCING FERTILITY- Victoria Kobliner, MS RDN
• Whether you are starting your journey to naturally enhance fertility, or seeking ways to optimize Assisted Reproductive Technologies, functional nutrition can help. Achieving and maintaining pregnancy is more complicated than just egg and sperm quality or uterine linings. Fertility can be affected by the foods we eat, our immune systems, life stress, structural imbalances, environmental impacts and nutrient deficiencies. Let’s talk about it.
DECEMBER 7: CIRS – HOW TO PREVENT AND TREAT MOLD IN YOUR ENVIRONMENT AND YEAST IN YOUR BODY -Dr. Nancy O’Hara
• CIRS is Chronic Inflammatory Response Syndrome. It is about our body’s susceptibility and reactions to mold and mycotoxins as well as other biotoxins. We will explore ways to know if this is a problem and how to treat it.