Phone Consultation

Did You Know Anita is Available for Phone Consultation?

Books and DVDs are great, but if you have a specific question or an issue to which you can't find the answer in the Whole Woman materials, why not schedule a phone consultation with Anita or any of our other Certified Whole Woman® Practitioners?

The cost is reasonable and the peace of mind is priceless.

Better yet, why not schedule a personal visit? Call Anita for more details.

Training and Qualifications for Whole Woman Practitioners

Certified Whole Woman Practitioners have undergone a rigorous selection and training process. Women are selected for their educational background, passion for the work and life skills. The training involves about 500 hours of work, reading, writing, lectures and discussions.

Students are also required to spend a week with Christine Kent at the Whole Woman Center in Albuquerque NM for a practicum and final assessment to demonstrate their learning and qualifications for certification.

The purpose of all of this is to be sure that Whole Woman Practitioners are thoroughly prepared to help their clients who are committed to avoiding surgery and need and want the guidance of a qualified Practitioner.


Anita Dwamena Asare

Accra, GHANA

I was born in Accra, Ghana and graduated with a Bachelors degree in Psychology from the University of Ghana, Legon.

I attended the Nurses and Midwifery Training College Korle Bu, also in Ghana. I am employed as a hospital midwife at the Greater Accra Regional Hospital in Ghana, formerly the Ridge Regional Hospital.

I specialize in helping pregnant women throughout pre-natal, delivery, and postpartum phases of their birth experience.

A number of years ago, pelvic organ prolapse and urinary incontinence became rampant in Ghana and the only solution that could be taught was surgery. These women had to undergo dangerous and cruel surgeries which placed them at risk for other serious complications.

My interest in helping the women in Ghana manage their prolapse and urinary incontinence drew me to the work of Christine Kent, Founder of Whole Woman.

My goal is to share my knowledge with other women across the globe, and to give women living with prolapse the hope of living a healthy and satisfying lifestyle while learning how to manage this non life-threatening condition which causes quality of life issues worldwide.

I am available for telephone or Skype consultations, individual sessions, or group discussions.

Case Studies

  1. A Ghana Case Study of Madam E.O.