Phone Consultation

Did You Know Carol 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 Carol 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 Carol 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.

Carol Bilek

Carol Bilek
West Chester, PA
610-431-3266
610-724-7218 (mobile)

I am a recently retired Pennsylvania special education teacher with a Masters in Education and a bachelor’s degree in psychology. My husband and I are native New Yorkers who have lived in the Philadelphia area since the ‘70s. We have raised two sons in the West Chester area.

While my own struggle to understand and manage prolapse brought me to Whole Woman and Christine’s teachings, my life-long passion for teaching and mentoring inspired me to become a Whole Woman Practitioner. My goal is to share my knowledge with other women.

Some form of prolapse will affect up to 50% of the female population. While greatly viewed as part of the aging process especially in women who have experienced childbirth, it appears in many younger women as well.

My prolapse diagnosis left me feeling scared and vulnerable. Thankfully, my doctor recommended avoiding surgery. Finding Whole Woman teachings and techniques, I would learn to manage and stabilize this condition, and perhaps somewhat reverse it. My own journey to understand and work with prolapse continues. My symptoms have stabilized and shown improvement.

Now, I want to help other women to understand that they are not alone. I can help them gain knowledge about their bodies and how they function. By being willing to work hard and consistently, they can control and change their prolapse. As a Whole Woman Practitioner, now I create individualized programs, train women how to manage their prolapse, and counsel and motivate them to understand that they can live satisfying and fulfilled lives with their condition.