Rosalie Moscoe, RHN, RNCP, is now on sabbatical for an indefinite time period, unavailable from June 10, 2015. You’re welcome to explore her Blogs and Interviews (under Press tab) on stress-relief, mental health and nutrition still on this site. Moscoe has also penned many articles found on her expert’s page at Ezine Articles. Below is some Mental Health Information for those seeking orthomolecular help for themselves or a family member. More information about Mental Health can also be found on this site under the ISF Mental Health tab.
As a renowned professional speaker, Rosalie Moscoe has electrified and inspired over 800 audiences at corporations, associations, and other groups for since 1995. She guided people to reduce stress and achieve maximum physical and mental well-being through keynote addresses, seminar/webinars and gave individual nutritional consulting. Rosalie is a graduate of Centennial College’s Workplace Wellness & Health Promotion ’95, and former college instructor on stress-management at the college. She also is a Registered Holistic Nutritionist, a graduate of the Canadian School of Natural Nutrition ’98.
She is author of Amazon’s bestselling book, Frazzled Hurried Woman! Your Stress Relief Guide to Thriving…Not Merely Surviving (also found in book stores across Canada). She produced a DVD Video and CD Audio Program, Less Stress: More Success! and CD Audio Program, Food & Mood: A Love/Hate Relationship.
Music and Performing Career
Prior to her speaking and nutrition career, Rosalie was a singer/songwriter and performer for over 20 years, – first as instructor for children’s creative music programs, then, part of the Canadian, singing duo “Jim & Rosalie”. She then became a solo artist, and during her music career recorded five children’s albums and was nominated for two Juno (Canadian Music) awards.
Mental Health Information
For a cause dear to her heart, Moscoe serves as Co-Chair of the International Schizophrenia Foundation, (ISF), www.isfmentalhealth.org which promotes integrative, orthomolecular (therapeutic nutritional) treatments for all forms of mental illness, enabling people to lead healthy and independent lives. She also serves as Chair of the ISF’s Mindful Campaign, – a better future for children’s mental health www.mindfulcharity.ca.
If you are looking for help for yourself, a friend, or family member, please see the Practitioner’s List at: https://www.csom.ca/practitioner-list/. For further information, you’re welcome to contact the ISF office at: Ph. 416 .733.2117, or email firstname.lastname@example.org. To search over 40 years of archives at the Journal of Orthomolecular Medicine, please click on http://orthomolecular.org/library/jom/