Linda Crockett is a Medical Herbalist, Nutritionist and Healer with a special interest in Women's Health. Orginally from New York, she holds a bachelors degree in Nutrition from Queens College, City University of New York and a four year diploma from the renowned School of Phytotherapy in East Sussex, and is a member of the National Institute of Medical Herbalists. She has run Holistic Well Women Clinics in Somerset and Shropshire over the last 10 years and today has a private pratice at The Stone House Healing Centre, besides teaching and running workshops. The last 7 years she has devoted to the study of healing and has become a member of the National Federation of Spiritual Healers in England.
I was completely inspired by Linda's book. Its a stunning contribution to women's health in every way. Linda draws on her extensive experience with women's issues to develop a truly comprehensive and holistic approach to wellness. In a sensitive and professional manner, she explores not only the physical symptoms of dis-ease and imbalance, but the spiritual and emotional aspects of health - or lack of it - as well. Herbal protocols are well rounded and thought out, and developed in such a way that women can chose what they need most. This book, I'm sure, will be be a valuable resource for women seeking answers to their health problems and health professionals as well. I'll certainly recommend it to the women I know! Rosemary Gladstar, Herbalist and author of Herbal Healing for WomenHealing Our Hormones, Healing Our Lives is a must for all women and their practitioners who wish to truly heal body, mind and spirit. Well researched, informative and compassionately presented, I found myself appreciating with wonder the intricate interplay between my own hormones, emotions and spiritual yearnings. The author's expertise in the field of holistic medicine is clear and I applaud her words of wisdom. Dr Christine R. Page, author of Frontiers of Health, Spiritual Alchemy, The Mirror of Existence, Beyond ObviousWe seem to be missing something, Linda Crockett writes - and in crystal clear prose, interlaced with fascinating case histories based on her experience as a medical herbalist, nutritionist and healer -- she explores the hidden emotional and spiritual issues underlying common hormonal conditions ranging from candida to premenstrual syndrome to menopause. Kathy Ketcham, co-author of The Spirituality of Imperfection