Helene Leonetti, M.D., has experienced her own personal trauma, yet now lives and works in a state of healthy peace, acceptance and gratitude. that transformation is the core of Hardwired for Love. Her story, and the teaching of wisdom gained through her journey reflects a guided path to wholeness and health that all women can take to heart.
Far too many women are living with a desperate combination of unhealthy bodies, psychological issues, and spiritual deadness.
Join us as we listen to Dr. Leonetti share:
How your thoughts create your reality and what you can do to clarify your thinking
Why you’re safer on a bridge between conventional medicine and holistic healing
Healthy solutions to chronic pain, menopause, digestive, psychological and sexual issues
The freedom of unconditional love, compassion and forgiveness toward yourself
Helene Leonetti, M.D. is a board-certified OB-GYN physician and self-described “gynechiatrist”. She is an international authority on the use of Bioidentical Hormones and natural transdermal progesterone cream. Helene Leonetti MD worked as an RN for 20 years before pursuing a medical degree. Now a board-certified OBGYN, a member of the American Holistic Medical Association, and a licensed herbalist, she has published three clinical trials involving natural hormone balance and currently is working on a fourth trial involving osteoporosis prevention. In addition to Hardwired for Love, she is the author of Menopause: A Spiritual Renaissance, and a contributor to A Healthier You and Living in Clarity, part of a highly popular women’s series. A major voice in natural healthcare for women with practice in Bethlehem, PA, she is donating a portion of book sales to Patch Adams’ quest to open Gesundheit, a free hospital based around fun and friendship.
Her previous book is Menopause: A Spiritual Renaissance.
She is a contributor to:
* A Healthier You
* Living in Clarity, part of the highly popular Wake Up…Live the Life You Love series.
* Inspiring Hope
Her practice is focused on joining the best of conventional medicine and holistic treatment, while awakening all women to the healing power of self-love and acceptance.
“There is a lot right within the conventional medical community, and there is a lot wrong too. One has only to look at how we doctors are trained, and that should be enough to raise eyebrows about our ultimate wisdom. During our medical and ensuing intern and resident years, we are deprived of the sleep required to adequately carry out our complex duties. And what does the medical establishment do about it? Nothing. It takes the legislature to pass a law requiring residents not to work over a certain number of hours without rest, so that the patients they serve will be protected from our mishaps, misdiagnoses, and mistreatments.
We are taught nothing about healthy foods, subsist on empty nutrition, high caffeine, and sugar diets that ultimately burn out our adrenal glands and lower our immune states. We go from those long hours in the trenches home to study and then to bed, so that we rarely exercise, relax, have fun or smell the roses. Then we are expected to be sensitive, loving and caring with our patients when we have taken no time at all to nurture ourselves. Who has all the wisdom?
I have finally seen the light and now I am shining it like a beacon to my soul sisters who need nurturing, healing and reminders that they are indeed magnificent. My belief is that our birthright is perfect health.”
* Deepak Chopra
* David Winston, and fellow herbalists Doctors from the American Holistic Medical Association
* Dr. Richard Schultze, ND
* And most of all, my patients
My Professional Affiliations
* American Holistic Medical Association
* National Speakers Association
* American Herbalists Guild
Practicing Medicine Since: 1988
Honors and Awards
American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Third Prize Award, “Topical Progesterone Cream has anti-proliferative effect on estrogen stimulated endometrium,” 2002
ACOG, Third Prize Award, “Topical Progesterone Cream: an alternative for progestin in Hormone Replacement Therapy,” J. Landes, H. Leonetti, J.A. Anasti, 2003