Log in

_DSA4973

Who is Holli?

Holli is a mom who has been advocating for her own daughter and serving as a resource for parents living with food allergies for over a decade.  In 2014 and 2015 Holli’s daughter underwent a desensitization process with an advanced Integrative Nutrition Health Coach.  Her daughter is now safely eating all of the foods that once caused severe allergic reactions.  As always, Holli lives a happy and fulfilling family lifestyle!

Before founding Your Food Allergy Coach in 2013, Holli was an accomplished Human Resource professional and a respected confidant and advisor to senior executives on strategic issues. She has coached numerous managers on dealing with “people problems” and worked with employees to solve workplace issues.  She brings those skills to helping parents cope with the challenges brought on by health concerns and also counsels parents as they advocate through school and other bureaucracies.

Holli is an active volunteer in the community and frequently attends events, webinars, and lectures to keep up with current trends in nutrition and health awareness.

In 2015, Holli became an Integrative Nutrition Health Coach.  Holli also holds a B.S. in Management Science and a minor in psychology from Kean University,  and an M.B.A. in Human Resources from Northeastern University. She lives with her husband and two children outside of Boston, MA.

Please fill all widget settings!

#1 New Release in Children’s Allergies Health on Amazon

From Anaphylaxis to Buttercream is no longer a dream or manuscript. It’s now a published book and reaching superlative status in helping parents gain confidence

A Fresh Start!

Fresh Out It’s been a fabulous summer!  You and your family are back from vacation and school is starting this week.  You need to feed

American as a Hotdog!

Homemade Sauerkraut! It’s grilling season!  Have you ever thought about some of the healthy foods you can eat at a BBQ? This BBQ season; think about

Testimonials from Health Coaching Clients:

“Having a <health> coach makes it a more important issue so you can act on it.  Taking step #1 is what you need!”

“With thorough questioning and direction, you realize the crux of the matter and what you need to pay attention to.”

“It’s all a process.  It has to percolate and then <the issue> needs to live a life of its own.”

“Just by talking about it, cements it into your mind.  Takes it from the back of your mind and puts it in the front.”

“Helps you realize what your intentions really are.”

 

What did you learn:

“Today’s training really helped expand my knowledge & understanding of food allergies.  I will definitely look at labels much closer.”

What did you like:

“lots of visuals and hands on participation for the staff.”  “Informal presentation – presenter obviously very knowledgeable, enjoyed family examples.”, “Speaker was informative and knowledgeable. Training was interactive with great conversation.”

Other comments:

“I applaud you and your family.  It’s amazing how you choose to take your time to educate and advocate for others.”

“I found the training to be very helpful and informative.  Looking  <at> and comparing food labels was VERY eye opening.”

“I liked hearing your personal accounts.  As a parent who hasn’t had to deal with this first hand, it really helps me empathize with those that do.”