mEET Allison qUADHAMER, m.s., d.C.
Growing up, I was a model student, all-star athlete, well-behaved and shy. Every one believed I came from the perfect family. However, behind closed doors, things were vastly different. My house was chaotic at best, abusive at worst. Despite being outwardly successful, I grew up feeling isolated and alone, doubting myself, my abilities, my intuition and my reality. I spent many years attempting to escape my parents and ultimately my own internal anguish through many unhealthy relationships and a nomadic existence. My life was anything but fine.
My search for meaning, safety, trust, stability, confidence and self-worth led me to a master's degree in communications (the basis of healthy relationships), a doctorate in chiropractic (the basis of healthy bodies) and advanced training in neurology (the basis of healthy minds).
It is through my education and life experiences that I came to understand that our perceptions of the world affects our physical, mental and spiritual health, as well as our relationships. My own distorted perceptions formed during a childhood of dysfunction and emotional abuse was the thing keeping me from the life I wanted. Using the priniciples of neuroscience, I changed the way I perceive the world. I have not only created a fine life that I love with my husband and three adopted sons, but I have helped thousands of people transform their perceptions so they are able to create their own versions of a healthy, happy, fine life. Ultimately, if it's not fine, it's not over.