Christina  Ross, PhD

Christina Ross, PhD

Christina Ross, PhD, is a board-certified Polarity Practitioner (BCPP) practicing energy medicine for over a decade. She has received bachelor’s degrees in both psychology and physics from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, and a PhD in Energy Medicine from Akamai University in Hilo, Hi. Her dissertation involved research at the Wake Forest School of Medicine’s Institute for Regenerative Medicine, studying the effect of pulsed electromagnetic field on cell signaling in an inflammatory response model. Her recent published text is: Christina L. Ross, PhD, BCPP. Etiology: How to Detect Disease in Your Energy Field Before It Manifests in Your Body. Copyright© 2013 by Christina L. Ross. Publisher: Xlibris Corporation (March 13, 2013), Library of Congress control number: ISBN-13: 978-1479781690. This scholarly work offers the definitive work in Energy Medicine. Leslie Whitcomb, Phd Candidate in Applied EcoPsychologyLeslie Whitcomb, M.Sc., Ph.D. candidate, Child Development in Applied Ecopsychology has been counseling and educating families for thirty years. Her early focus on Post-Partum Adjustment and training in Parent-Infant Mental Health inform her understanding of how biology, neurodevelopment and cultural family patterns impact child and family wellness. Leslie's indigenous heritage and her immersion in Earth based ways of knowing and learning impact her understanding of the importance of recognizing sensory interconnection as well as empirical analysis in family studies and research. Leslie is currently finishing a dissertation detailing the ecopsychology of child development. Her research design is based in defining ontologies for, and recording longitudinal data from, self-efficacy measures in learning outcomes. Specifically, learning outcomes from courses designed to balance cognitive learning with sensory learning activities