Jacquie Robertson

Jacquie Robertson

BA(H), CNP (Hons), Certified Colon Therapist, Women’s Health Coach


Graduation Date
August 2010

Most Memorable Moment at IHN
I would have to say that my most memorable moment at IHN was standing in front of my classmates in Professional Skills Development for Josie’s 1 minute of silence in order to help us get comfortable with being in front of an audience. Well it must have worked! Today there is nothing more I love than getting in front a big crowd to share my passion, knowledge and love for holistic nutrition. Thank-you Josie!

Favourite Class at IHN
I truly enjoyed all of the courses IHN offered, but was particularly drawn to The Psychology of Disease with Tracy.  Here I continued to learn about what I already felt so deeply that holistic health really is about healing the body, mind and spirit.  If we eat all the right foods but dismiss our emotional and spiritual baggage, it can be very difficult to fully heal.  This class really helped me through some tough times and pushed me to continue on my own personal healing journey.  The information I learned in this class has allowed me to incorporate emotional and spiritual healing into my nutrition practice today.

Currently Doing in the Field of Holistic Nutrition
Jacqueline has 10 years experience working as a Holistic Nutritionist. Part of Jacqueline’s training includes working with physicians within The American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine (A4M), creating customized vitamin programs for patients. Her approach in nutrition encompasses exploring symptoms, as stemming from deeper root issues. Jacqueline focuses on treating root causes and focuses on prevention/long term treatment, rather than quick fix solutions. Her focus includes digestive health, women’s mental health – depression anxiety and PMS.

Jacqueline helps her clients explore pain from all angles, including how we nourish the self through food, relationships and lifestyle. Her custom designed programs in nutrition aim to support both brain and body and balancing hormones, through nourishing the nervous system.

Additionally, Jacqueline holds a master’s in Clinical Psychology from Antioch University, Santa Barbara. As a psychotherapist, Jacqueline’s experience includes working in hospitals, clinics, outpatient, inpatient residential treatment, community centers and private practice. 

Jacqueline’s focus is working with adults experiencing unresolved early childhood attachment trauma, traumatic heartbreak, grief and loss, depression, profound sadness and loneliness and difficult life transitions. Her therapeutic approaches include: somatic psychotherapy, EMDR, psychodynamic, attachment-focused, trauma-informed, mindfulness, internal family systems, hakomi and CBT.

Favourite Quote

Miracles occur naturally as expressions of love. They are performed by those who temporarily have more for those who temporarily have less.

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