An M.D, Dietitian. and Psychotherapist discuss the connection between Intergenerational trauma, food + scarcity, the lineage of nourishment
Join integrative wellness practitioners, Anu French and Jenna Little for an interactive community discussion around the intergenerational lineage story of food, nourishment, and well-being. These two professionals are passionate around teaching individuals, families, and communities about the evolution of eating, westernized nutrition, and understanding the sources that nourish our whole being. They will be sharing how we have the power to reclaim health and wellness as individuals, families, and communities. Join them for a time of dynamic learning and Q+A.
Generational malnourishment across the lifespan
Intergenerational trauma around food + scarcity
Building a lineage of nourishment
Anu French, MD, FAAP
Anu French, MD FAAP is a Fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics, is double board-certified in Pediatrics and Integrative Medicine and has been in practice for 26 years. She completed a pediatric residency at The Children’s Hospital of Michigan, a fellowship in Integrative Medicine through Dr. Andrew Weil’s Center for Integrative Medicine/University of Arizona, an Integrative Psychiatry Fellowship through the Integrative Psychiatry Institute/University of Colorado, and currently practices at her SSM Health Cardinal Glennon Pediatrics and Integrative Medicine office of the SSM Health Cardinal Glennon Children’s Hospital system.
Anu is passionate about creating resources, available on her website A New Wellness www.anufrench.com, including her children’s book, ‘I Am You, You Are Me’, her sound healing music ‘Wake Up My Divinity’, her affirmative I Am art, and accessories for mind body spirit balance and her integrative medicine cabinet of holistic remedies.
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Intergenerational resilience/Adverse Childhood Experiences
Jenna Little, LCMHCA & RD
Jenna has been drawn to the healing community since college and found her heart drawn to the power of story and wellness. This led to her getting a BA in Communications and BS in Nutrition Science from East Carolina University. She went on to become a Registered Dietitian and obtained her MS in Nutrition Science in 2013. Through Jenna’s personal journey of growth and healing she found yoga and became a Registered Yoga Teacher in 2016.
Jenna is passionate about meeting others where they are which has led to a heart for trauma informed yoga and somatic therapeutic practices. In 2017, Jenna began seeking out trainings in the field of trauma sensitive/informed yoga with Hala Khouri and in 2018 completed a "Yoga for Trauma" in person training with David Emerson learning Trauma Center Trauma-Sensitive Yoga (TCTSY). In 2022, Jenna completed Embodied Recovery Training level I & II.
Learn more about Jenna: (www.jennalittle.com)
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