Phone Consultation

Did You Know Jenny 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 Jenny 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 Jenny 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.

Jenny Morris

Jenny Morris, Ph.D. LMT

Portals:Center for Healing, 28 School Street
Montpelier, VT USA.
+1 802 279-5619.
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Jenny spent her first thirty years in England. After working in medical research in London she then moved to New York City in 1989 where she finished up her PhD in Renal Physiology while continuing to do research at Columbia-Presbyterian Hospital. In 1994 she re-trained as a massage therapist and moved to Vermont in search of a better environment, lifestyle and space to grow food. For the last 20 years she has had a massage practice, currently at Portals: Center for Healing in Montpelier, and lives in Waitsfield with her husband of 33 years, 2 cats, 2 ducks, lots of bees and a vegetable and fruit garden that feeds them year round.

General dissatisfaction with her personal health over her lifetime led her to researching alternative ways to deal with chronic issues that she has found can be mostly controlled through dietary changes. The onset of menopause brought more challenges, but her unwillingness to buy in to standard medical model of treatment led her to Whole Woman, where she found a wonderful body of knowledge which has been helpful in so many ways. She is proud to be able to share this work with woman who so need this information.