Brenda’s passion is all about helping people. One of her greatest achievements was working internationally in the field of adoptions for 18 years. She placed over 1,600 orphan children from Russia, Latvia, Moldova, Estonia, Romania, China, and Guatemala. During her tenure, Brenda was very instrumental in providing humanitarian aid to the children left behind. Brenda has seven children, five of whom are adopted.
Brenda’s youngest son was diagnosed with ADHD, dyslexia, and dysgraphia at the age of 11; they tried pharmaceutical medication for two years, then one day her son boldly stated, “No more meds,” which ultimately changed his and Brenda’s lives. Researching alternative methods to pharmaceutical medications lead Brenda on a mission to complete her studies in natural health.
Brenda graduated from Trinity College of Natural Health with a doctorate degree in Naturopathy, Certified Master Herbalist, Certified Nutritional Counseling, and Certified Natural Health Professional. She has also studied at the Loomis Institute where she attained certification in enzyme nutrition and digestive health.
Brenda believes that true wellness can occur when alternative health measures are incorporated with nutritional guidance and lifestyle changes.