Meet Three Past Graduates Of The Whole Health Medicine Institute

If you or someone you love has been considering enrolling in the Whole Health Medicine Institute, but you’re not quite sure whether this is the right fit for your particular needs—or whether this is the right year to enroll—listen as our past graduates share their stories. The graduates talked about how WHMI changed their lives and how they took what they learned and customized it into their own unique callings.

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Here are the excerpts from our three graduates. You can find the full call replay below. 

Meet Mary Louder, DO, Christine Gibson, MD,  and Kay Corpus, MD

Mary Louder, DO—is a Doctor of Osteopathy, board certified in Family Medicine and Integrative Holistic Medicine. She serves patients who are seeking root causes and creates healing environments so the body’s self-healing capacity can naturally occur. She has created a micro-practice and accepts most insurances and also has cash pay services for treatments that are outside of the insurance boundaries. She believes that using insurance and cash pay is a sweet spot that emerges for healing as well as financial feasibilities.

Mary uses genome testing in her practice to pay attention to genetic tendencies, as well as functional testing to see what is going on in the body.

Christine Gibson, MD—is a family medicine specialist and is interested in medical education and health equity. She was interested in participating in WHMI only if there was a way that Whole Health and the 6 Steps To Healing could be brought to low-income level patients or refugee populations. She is interested in the social innovation at a systems level approach of change making.

Christine taught at the undergraduate medicine level for 15 years, taught courses in communication and global health, she acted as the Associate Program Director at the Family Medicine Residency in Calgary, she was the Program Director for the Global Health Enhanced Skills Residence Training, and she has a Masters in Medical Education. 

Kay Corpus, MD—was a member of the first class of WHMI. Kay is currently an Integrative Functional Medicine Physician, transformational teacher, spiritual counselor and companion, yoga teacher, and yoga lover. She founded The Yoga Loft in her small town in Kentucky. She offers to the public not only yoga, but empowerment, embodiment and self-awareness, and practices whole health in her own way. 

FULL CALL REPLAY: Meet 3 Whole Health Medicine Institute Grads