Cilla Whatcott, HD RHom, CCH, PhD brings a rich and varied background of personal and professional experiences to her healing practice. She’s lived in the Republic of the Marshall Islands, on the East coast, the West coast, and aboard a sailboat in the Bahamas. Her travels to Asia, Russia, Europe, the Caribbean, and Micronesia have instilled a deep respect for humankind and an intuitive understanding of human nature.
She holds a B.A. degree from Arizona State University, a diploma from the four year professional program at Northwestern Academy of Homeopathy, Minneapolis, MN and a PhD from Kingdom College. She served as a member of the research faculty at The American Medical College of Homeopathy and currently an instructor at Normandale Community College. She is the co-founder of Free and Healthy Children International, a 501c3 for the education of homeopathic practitioners in homeoprophylaxis.
She has completed over 1000 hours in post-graduate studies and published in PATHWAYS, HOMEOPATHIC LINKS, Fearless Parent, GreenMed Info, Healthy Home Economist, and WISE TRADITIONS. Cilla also holds certification as a CEASE therapist.
Cilla has been a guest speaker in France, Ireland, Indonesia, Canada, and throughout the US. She was recently awarded a 2016 Activist Award by the Weston A. Price Foundation for her work with homeoprophylaxis.
Cilla and her husband are parents to three adopted children from Russia, China and Taiwan, as well as one biological son. She loves to cook, read non-fiction and consult with her Golden Doodle, Nana.