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Dr. Colene Allen












She was honored with recognition in the 2006-2007 Cambridge Who's Who and 2008 for Executives Biltmore Who's Who.


A practicing naturopath since 1998, Dr. Colene Allen is a Doctor of Naturology (DN), a registered Holistic Counselor (RHC), a Licensed Massage Therapist (LMT) and a Certified Myoskeletal Pain Therapist (CMPT). She is currently studying Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). She is constantly taking classes to benefit her clients in the latest information and techniques available in Natural Healing.


She now practices M.I.N.D.S. Holistic Alternative Psychology. What is M.I.N.D.S. New Dynamics Holistic Alternative Psychology? Fostering the ability of an individual to discover and express their maximum potential - physically, emotionally and spiritually as human beings, with an emphasis on consciousness, human dignity, along with innovative tools, methods and techniques with which to direct our own destinies, is known as M.I.N.D.S. New Dynamics Holistic Alternative Psychology. It includes the following and more...

positive awareness; self-control development program; conditioning the healing mind; preventing mood swings and anxiety; avoiding depression; raising self-esteem to its highest level; physic health, consciousness, human possibilities, and challenges of body, mind, spiritual development.

She holds degrees and certifications from the American Institute of Holistic Theology, the Total Person Institute, Freedom From Pain Institute, Integrative Health Care Studies, Hemme Approach Studies, Health Positive Continued Education, she is certified for hypnosis through AMA and HMI and was elected by the Nutritional Science Association Board of Examiners as a RHC and lifetime member. She is also recognized by the American Institute of Holistic Health & Wellness as an exclusive lifetime member in the International M.I.N.D.S. Association (Minds Inspired New Dynamics System).

Dr. Allen received recognition by the National Accreditation and Certification Board in March of 2008 and is now a Board Certified Holistic Alternative Psychology Practitioner.

Dr. Allen is also a Certified Hypnotherapist, Hypnosis Motivation Institute, and is a Body Talk Access Technician.





Consultant of Natural Health

As her student/client you will be taught a lifestyle of healthful living. For any medical problem it is important that you have seen your physician and have had any medical treatment completed or underway. In her practice you will be trained in the effective and productive use of:


  • Rest

  • Clean Air

  • Pure water

  • Vigorous exercise

  • Sunshine

  • Enzyme-active Food

Positive Outlook

She describes this aspect of her practice as a "drugless healing". That may include nutrition, herbology, homeopathic medicine, acupressure, iridology, body balancing and/or lifestyle changes in diet, exercise, and other modalities.

Her Purpose

Dr. Colene Allen's goal as a Naturologist is to help you clearly understand that all of the teachings and methods of Natural Health are for the sole purpose of assisting you to learn how to build your own health.

While Dr. Allen prefers the natural approach to therapy, she stresses the therapies offered in her office are not intended as a substitute for medical treatment or counseling. In fact Dr. Allen believes you should consult with your doctor before stopping any prescribed medications in favor of natural remedies. Both Allopathic and Naturopathy can work hand in hand for the best interest of the client.

Her program IS NOT for diagnosis, treatment or mitigation of any disease whatsoever. She does not prescribe, but does offer health information to help clients cooperate with his or her physician.

Together we will evaluate your condition so that we will know how to approach the problem in order to promote internal healing.



Naturopathic Medicine is a distinctively natural approach to health and healing that recognizes the integrity of the whole person.      Naturopathic Medicine emphasizes the treatment of disease through the stimulation and enhancement and support of the inherent        healing capacity to the person. Methods of treatment are chosen to work with the patient's vital force, respecting the intelligence of the natural healing process.

The practice of Naturopathic Medicine emerges from six underling principles of healing:


·         The healing power of nature vs. medicatrix naturae. Naturopathic Medicine recognizes an inherent self healing process in the person which is ordered and intelligent. Naturopathic Doctors act to identify and remove obstacles to healing and recovery and to encourage this inherent self-healing process.

·         Identify and treat the cause. Illness does not occur without cause. Naturopathic Doctors identify and remove underlying causes of illness and therefore eliminate symptoms as well. The DN must evaluate the patient's cause for illness including physical, mental, emotional and spiritual.

·         First do no harm. Primum no nocere. Naturopathic Doctors use methods and medicines which minimize the risk of harmful side effects. Avoid, when possible, the harmful suppressing of symptoms.

·         Treat the whole person. Health and illness are a result of complex interactions of an individual and environment, genetics, social, physical, emotional and mental factors. All aspects of a person's life have to be balanced before a satisfactory level of health can be reached.

·         The physician as teacher. Docere. Naturopathic Doctors share information and knowledge with their patients and encourage self-responsibility for health.

·         Prevention. The ultimate goal of Naturopathic Medicine is prevention. This is accomplished through assessing risk factors, heredity and susceptibility to disease. Prevention is the best "cure".


Is it safe?

The safety record for naturopathic medicine is excellent. This makes sense given the emphasis on non-toxic, natural source medicines and gentle, non-invasive treatments. Side effects are rare and DN's are knowledgeable about contraindications between naturopathic remedies and conventional medicines.

It is always a good idea to know that your DN is willing to work with your physician as well. Both can be very helpful and go hand in hand. There are those that prefer only natural medicine when in fact there are times both are very necessary and beneficial to you.

A Naturologist

Is a trained practitioner in Naturology who educates clients through lectures, testing, evaluation and demonstrations. Naturology is derived from two root words: NATUR, which means "not artificial but lifelike", and OLOGY, which means " a branch of learning or science".

It concerns the study of nature as it applies to the health of humankind, involving physical, emotional, spiritual, mental and environmental aspects. The Naturologist will use nothing artificial and will embrace fully the physical, mental and spiritual concept of health. As a patented title, Naturology can only be used by the American Institute of Holistic Theology and the graduates thereof. A Naturologist is not practicing medicine without a license.



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