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LIVE WEBINAR | Chloé Turner
An Integrative Approach to Managing
Crohn’s and Colitis

Clinical Effects, Observations and Treatment Options

Designs for Health Australia invites you to register for this important Webinar:

An Integrative Approach to Managing Crohn’s and Colitis

Clinical Effects, Observations and Treatment Options

Presentation + Live Q & A Discussion
Chloé Turner 
and Linda Dal Molin ND

Tuesday 18th April 2022 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm AEST (Sydney time)

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Designs for Health Practitioners

Engage in evidence-based practitioner education

Join respected Australian clinician Chloé Turner as she explores the diagnosis and treatment options for Crohn’s and Colitis patients.

Chloé Turner draws on her extensive clinical experience to offer expert insights, practical tools, and the latest research on managing these chronic gastrointestinal disorders. Join us as Chloé leads a comprehensive discussion that not only addresses conventional treatment options but also emphasises the importance of incorporating holistic strategies and naturopathic solutions for optimal outcomes.

Learn key concepts & treatments for Crohn’s & Colitis:

  • Differentiating Crohn’s and Colitis and prevalence in Australia
  • Learn to spot the signs & symptoms of Crohn’s and Colitis
  • Gain a deeper understanding of the complexities and challenges faced by those living with Crohn’s and Colitis
  • Understand the role of the immune system in disease experience
  • Learn how to safely work alongside commonly prescribed medications
  • Learn therapeutic applications, including nutritional, herbal, dietary and lifestyle changes
  • Strategies for improving patient outcomes through individualised, comprehensive care plans
  • Case studies

A fresh perspective for clinical practice

Looking for the root cause with her patients:

In this webinar, you will learn from Chloé’s research and clinical experience, studying and treating inflammatory bowel diseases (IBD).

Discover the benefits of integrating conventional medicine with complementary therapies, the role of nutrition and lifestyle changes, and the significance of mental health support in managing Crohn’s and Colitis.

Webinar Schedule

7:00 pm – 7:50 pm – Live presentation from Chloé Turner
7:50 pm – 8.10 pm – Case Studies
8:10 pm – 8.25 pm – Live Q&A discussion moderated by Linda Dal Molin
8:30 pm – Webinar concludes

Join in for a lively session with an expert presentation, case studies and engaging Q&A. You can ask your questions live or in advance.

A Personal Story of Motivation…

“I was a sick kid. I was diagnosed with Crohn’s after years of being told my symptoms were fictitious or self-imposed. Even after I was diagnosed I spent another 10 years being told I was fine while experiencing chronic pain, fatigue and anxiety. The medications were making my bloodwork look good, but I was definitely not well.

I finally saw a naturopath and for the first time, I felt truly seen by a practitioner.

The naturopath gave me…. magnesium. Yep, it was that tiny step that started me on the trajectory to better health. The step that saw me come off medications, started me towards studying naturopathy and motivated me to make changes to my diet. Let’s be honest, she did much more than just give me magnesium, but it still baffles me to this day how my doctors had never thought to suggest this simple mineral when it made so much sense.

Magnesium was my 20% effort for 80% improvement. I talk about this in practice with my patients – what can you do that takes the least effort but will give you the greatest outcome? This can be especially important in the early days of understanding your health. Is there ONE thing you could change that will give you the leg up you need to help you make other changes?”

~ Chloé Turner

Learn From Chloé Turner’s Clinical Experience

Chloé Turner B.HSc (Nat)

Clinician, Researcher, Writer & Educator

Chloé Turner is a Sydney-based Naturopath with expertise in autoimmune health, fertility, gut and thyroid support. She is passionate about helping individuals understand their bodies to improve their daily lives.

In her consultations, Chloé explores the underlying issues contributing to illness by utilising an array of naturopathic principles. These can include herbal and nutritional medicine, as well as coaching for sustainable lifestyle changes. Chloé is also an accomplished health writer and educator, creating content for natural health practitioners. As a detail-oriented researcher, she frequently writes evidence packages for the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) and reviews literature for practitioner education. Chloé is dedicated to challenging common misconceptions about health and science, debunking myths, and uncovering positive solutions.

Chloé’s journey to becoming a naturopath began with her innate desire to help others and understand the world around her. Her interest in healthcare was solidified after being diagnosed with an autoimmune condition at the age of 13. Chloé completed her Bachelor of Health Science in Naturopathy at Endeavour College in 2015. Since 2017, she has been in private practice and working as a freelance writer.

Chloé’s experience includes facilitating programs and mentoring colleagues in areas such as fertility, autoimmunity, Hashimoto’s, Crohn’s, IBS, SIBO, and Colitis. Additionally, she is a certified yoga teacher, emphasising the importance of mindfulness and finding inner calm in managing personal health.

As an educator, Chloé has a particular interest in managing pharmaceutical medications alongside herbal and nutritional supplements, believing that the combination of mainstream and complementary medicine can lead to the most effective health outcomes.

Find out more about Chloé at her website…

Meet Your Webinar Host

Linda Dal Molin

Linda Dal Molin ND
Designs for Health Australia

Linda Dal Molin is the Director of Sales and Education for Designs for Health Australia.

Linda has a Masters in Human Nutrition, a Bachelor’s of Health Science (Complementary Medicine), and an Advanced Diploma in Naturopathy. She has been a practitioner for 23 years and worked in the natural health space for 26 years.

Linda has developed a strong relationship with the Designs for Health practitioner community. She will moderate the Q&A discussion with Dr Walker in this webinar and engage our live Designs for Health practitioner community to bring insight and practical clinical pearls for all.