Health Witch Podcast
The Health Witch Podcast is an exploration of:
Health craft tips
Interviews with healers, witches, and public health advocates
Insight into traditional and folk medicine
Hosted by Dr. Ashley Bissonnette-Murphy, Ph.D., MPH, is a Certified Health Education Specialist, Folk & Community Herbalist, and author with over ten years of experience. Her work has been featured in the International Witches Magazine, Witch Way Magazine, VisualMag, and the Travel Witch blog.
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Guest Author Ivo Dominguez, Jr.
Season 2 Episode 5 is all about spiritual health. Ivo Dominguez, Jr. has been active in Wicca and the Pagan community since 1978. He currently serves as one of the Elders of the Assembly of the Sacred Wheel, a Wiccan syncretic tradition. He is also part of the core group that started and manages the New Alexandrian Library Project. Ivo is the author of many books including Keys to Perception, Casting Sacred Space, Spirit Speak: Knowing and Understanding Spirit Guides, Ancestors, Ghosts, Angels, and the Divine, and his forthcoming book The Four Elements of the Wise. He also serves as the executive director of an AIDS/HIV service organization, and a bookstore owner, among many other things. You can find more info at www.ivodominguezjr.com
Dr./Rev. Candace Breen
Season 2 Episode 2. Interview with Dr./Rev. Candace Nadine Breen, of West African descent, currently resides in Barrington, RI. She earned her Masters's in Human Services and her Doctorate in Metaphysics. She is a profound spiritual advocate, author, and metaphysical minter whom I know will inspire you. You can find more about Candace at candacenadinebreen.com and magickmedicine.blogspot.com
Guest Dr. Jorge Abril Sanchez
Seaon 2 Episode 3. Interview with Dr. Jorge Abril Sanchez, an independent scholar, who discusses the Witch Trials of Spain, ancient Basque culture and witchcraft, and more. He is the author of serval book chapters and articles, including topics of paganism and demonolatry.
Guest Nicole Michalopoulos
Season 3 Episode 1 is in honor of spring!
Featuring Nicole Michalopoulos, who is better known as The Greek Gardener, a floral artist specializing in wedding and event design, workshops, and fine gardening for businesses and homes. She has appeared at the Roger Williams Botanical Center and Handicraft Club in Providence, volunteered her time harvesting lavender and making wreaths at Lavender Waves Farm in Charlestown, planted and harvested hemp at Lovewell Farms in Richmond, and hosted pop-ups at Tiny Bar PVD and Drift Café in Newport.
“I am proud to represent my Greek heritage and carry on the legacy of who my grandparents were and what they stood for through this beautiful medium of floral artistry and gardening,” says Michalopoulos, who shares that her dream is to design and execute destination weddings on the island of Santorini.
Check out Michalopoulos’ work at TheGreekGardenerRI.com, on Instagram at @thegreekgardener, and get in touch by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Guest Naturopath Holly Kerr
Season 2 Episode 4. Interview with Holly Kerr, a Perth-based functional naturopath who shares her advice on naturopathic skincarere. Having successfully treated her own hormonal acne and gastrointestinal conditions, she works with clients to find integrative and evidence-based approaches to their health outcomes. She talks about the importance of mental health, and advocates for those with skin conditions- that “they do not need to suffer in silence.”
Nutritionist Kristen Ciccolini
Season 2, Episode 1. Interview with Kristen Ciccolini, the Founder and Holistic Nutritionist of the Good Witch Kitchen, based in Boston, MA. Kristen is a weight-inclusive holistic nutritionist, speaker, writer, and founder of Good Witch Kitchen, as well as co-host of the podcast, It's Just a Phase. She is certified from the Academy of Culinary Nutrition and the Functional Nutrition Certification Program to help womxn manage their health naturally through their diet. Her specialty is working with clients who have a strained relationship with food and want to quit dieting once and for all, helping them overcome disordered thought patterns, emotional eating, and body image issues through strategies that strengthen their mindset, intuition, and self-trust. She also teaches cooking classes, nutrition workshops, and online courses. She has been featured on CNN, Boston Magazine, Prevention, Healthline, and more.You can find Kristen on Instagram @goodwitchkitchen and check out her website at goodwitchkitchen.net