by Counseling and Wellness Center of PittsburghMarch 1, 2018 acupuncture, acupuncture monroeville, community outreach, counseling, Emotional Health, integrative health, integrative medicine, traditional chinese medicine, wellness0 comments
Acupuncture, Mini Retreat Spring Detox Led By Dr. Truncali, D.C, L.a.C
4108 Monroeville PA, 15146
Transitioning from winter to spring is a challenge for our bodies and a time to do some spring cleaning for our physical, and emotional selves. This is a group acupuncture session focused on cleansing and cleaning, boosting immunity, and calming the spirit as we let go of winter and move toward spring’s light, warmth, hope, and growth. Dr. Truncali, D.C, L.a.C, our centers new licensed acupuncturist, will be leading the workshop sharing practical tips to cleanse and care for yourself using his knowledge of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and Holistic Health to reinforce our bodies ability to be healthy and strong as we come into the new spring season. If you have always wanted to try acupuncture this is your chance to do so at a special community rate. You will also be welcome to enjoy complimentary snacks from our “Brain Bar” and sip some “Be Well” herbal tea.
Call us at 412-856-WELL with questions!
by Counseling and Wellness Center of PittsburghJanuary 22, 2018 Certified Nutritionist, counseling, Emotional Health, integrative health, integrative medicine, mindfulness, Nutrition Counseling, Nutritionist, wellness0 comments
What is Nutrition Counseling? Liz Mckinney, Certified Nutrition Counselor in Pittsburgh and Monroeville explains a little bit about how this works to enhance your health and wellness.
What to expect:
- One on one individualized nutrition counseling based on your goals and health complaints
- Detailed analysis
- Goal setting, coaching and working through barriers to change
- A clear cut program including diet, lifestyle and supplement therapy specific to your needs
- Existing lab report analysis and/or future recommended lab work either through a third party lab or through your primary health care provider
- Email support as needed between sessions
In your first session, we will:
- Go over your client intake form and three day diet diary
- Discuss your primary goals and current barriers to change
- Complete a nutrition focused physical exam
- Analyze any existing lab work you’ve had completed within the last year
- Set a program for you consisting of dietary, lifestyle and supplement therapy
by Counseling and Wellness Center of PittsburghJanuary 9, 2018 Certified Nutritionist, dietitian, Emotional Health, integrative health, integrative medicine, Nutrition Counseling, Nutritionist, registered dietitian, registered licensed dietitian, wellness pittsburgh0 comments
Therezia Alchoufete, MS, LDN is a Registered Dietitian/Nutritionist (LDN) who works to inspire others to lead healthy lives through good food and an active lifestyle. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Neuroscience/Pre-Medicine and a Master of Science in clinical dietetics & nutrition both from the University of Pittsburgh. She completed her dietetic residency at St. Clair Hospital in Pittsburgh, and, in addition to being the Dietitian for the Counseling and Wellness Center of Pittsburgh, she is also now specializing in medical nutrition therapy for gastrointestinal disease management at UPMC. She is tirelessly advocating for nutritional awareness in the community and works for the YMCA where she teaches group fitness classes and provides nutrition counseling.
Therezia is an expert in the field of nutrition as well as an educator and public speaker. Her experience has included presentations at local grade schools as well as guest lectures on the university level both locally and internationally. She is committed to offering food-demonstrations and corporate wellness presentations throughout the city of Pittsburgh, and her other work includes professional publications, contributions to published books, and several published website articles.
Therezia has worked alongside many individuals to tackle nutrition challenges and takes pride in her ability to inspire healthy diet changes that lead to sustainable and rewarding lifestyles. Her out-of-the-box way of thinking is essential to developing new ways to manage diets which are based on individual needs. She believes in the hands-on approach to nutrition counseling – that it is about BOTH teaching the science of food intake AND providing the toolkit to adopt these lifestyle changes through nutrition counseling. Therezia became a dietitian to practically merge her passions for medicine and nutrition, and she values the impact that food habits have on the body, as well as the promise that nutrition services hold for preventative medicine and chronic disease management.