AHHA Board
of Advisors

We are honored to have
these advisors

AHHA’s prestigious Board of Advisors reflects world-renown physicians and integrative health practitioners, as well as those representing other facets of healthcare:

Daniel G. Amen, MD
Rev. Rosalyn L. Bruyere
Deepak Chopra, MD
William Collinge, PhD
Alan Gaby, MD
Michael J. Kudlas, DC
Emmett Miller, MD
Paul Mittman, ND, EdD
Christiane Northrup, MD
Donna A. Peters, PhD, RN
Judyth Reichenberg-Ullman, ND, DHANP
Bernard S. Siegel, MD
John Weeks
Len Wisneski, MD


Daniel G. Amen, MD is an international speaker, best-selling author, and brain enhancement expert. He is the Founder and CEO of Amen Clinics, Inc. Dr. Amen educates companies, organizations and individuals on the importance of brain health and the impact the brain has on every aspect of life. A frequent radio and TV guest, he is the author of eight New York Times Best Sellers including, Change Your Brain, Change Your Life and Use Your Brain to Change Your Age. He is known as a pioneer in the field of brain and behavior.
Rosalyn L. Bruyere, DD is an internationally acclaimed healer, clairvoyant and medicine woman. Her frequent collaborations with physicians and scientists reflect her belief that healing and health should be a cooperative effort between patient, physician and healer. Dual involvement in research and healing has provided a primary inspiration for Rosalyn’s work. Using her skills in perceiving and interpreting auric phenomena, she was instrumental in research conducted at UCLA with Dr. Valerie Hunt. Rosalyn is the director and founder of the Healing Light Center Church.
Deepak Chopra, MD transforms our understanding of the meaning of health. Through his creation of The Chopra Center for Well Being in California in 1995, he established a formal vehicle for the expansion of his healing approach using the integration of the best of western medicine with natural healing traditions. Dr. Chopra serves as the Director of Education at The Chopra Center, which offers training programs in mind body medicine (Journey into Healing).
collingeboa5 William Collinge, PhD is a researcher, author, and practitioner in the field of integrative healthcare. As president of Collinge and Associates, Inc., William directs research projects sponsored by the National Institutes of Health in complementary therapies and behavioral health. His projects have included the development of (1) AwareHealth.org, an online program of self-care found to reduce chronic pain and other symptoms; (2) MissionReconnect.com, an online program found to relieve PTSD and other mental outcomes in Post-9/11 veterans and their partners; and (3) the Touch, Caring and Cancer program, a home-based instructional program for patients and their caregivers. For more information, please visit www.collinge.org.
Alan Gaby, MD received his BA from Yale University, his MS in biochemistry from Emory University, and his MD from the University of Maryland. He is past-president of the American Holistic Medical Association, and has been contributing medical editor for the Townsend Letter for Doctors since 19894. From 1995 to 2002 he was a Professor of Nutrition at Bastyr University. He is the author of the renowned textbook, Nutritional Medicine, and has recently completed the updated second edition of the book. For more information, please visit www.doctorgaby.com.
Michael J. Kudlas, DC is a chiropractor, teacher, author and seminar leader in the fields of chiropractic and health, and altered states of consciousness. He is the developer of two energetic healing techniques (Bio-Energetic Massage and Meningeal Modulation) and a certified Neuro Emotional Technique (NET) Practitioner, who was selected 2007 NET Doctor of the Year. Dr. Kudlas is a Fellow and Diplomate with the American Association of Integrative Medicine and The American Board of Disability Analysts. His extensive speaking and writing background combined with a rye sense of humor make him a fun, enjoyable speaker. Contact him at drmjkudlas@chartermi.net or (269) 388-3003.
Emmett Miller, MD, often acknowledged as one of the fathers of Mind/Body Medicine, is a physician, poet, musician, and master storyteller, whose multicultural heritage has given him a unique social, medical, and spiritual perspective. For over 30 years, it has been his inspiration and his challenge to help people – individuals, families, and organizations discover this truth for themselves. His website www.drmiller.com offers Educational Tools and Techniques for stress management and self care, for deep healing of your body, mind, emotions, and spirit.
Paul Mittman, ND, EdD, is president/CEO of Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine, bringing more than 20 years of experience as a distinguished naturopathic physician, researcher, author and lecturer. He received the American Association of Naturopathic Physicians (AANP) President’s Award in 1990, the Arizona Naturopathic Physician of the Year in 2000, the Spirit of Rotary Award in 2003, and the 2007 Naturopathic Physician of the Year by the AANP. He has appeared on numerous radio and television shows as an authority on naturopathic medicine. Dr. Mittman’s double-blind study on the treatment of Allergic Rhinitis in Planta Medica was the first randomized clinical trial published by an ND in an international peer-reviewed journal.
Christiane Northrup, MD, a board-certified ob/gyn, is an authority in the art of flourishing at any age and stage of life. The author of the New York Times bestsellers Women’s Bodies, Women’s Wisdom and The Wisdom of Menopause, her latest book, Goddesses Never Age (2015), is based on the fact that growing older is inevitable while aging and decrepitude are optional. Following a 25-year career in both academic medicine and private practice, Dr. Northrup now devotes her time to inspiring women worldwide to truly flourish on all levels through tapping into their inner wisdom. She can be reached at www.drnorthrup.com.
Donna A. Peters, PhD, RN, FAAN is a healthcare consultant whose early work focused on outcomes and data management in home healthcare. Dr. Peters is widely published, including her award-winning book Transforming Home Care: Quality, Cost and Data Analysis. She received her bachelor’s and doctorate from the University of Pennsylvania, and her master’s from the University of Iowa. She is also a graduate of The Consciousness Health-Healing Program at the University of Santa Monica, past president of the New Jersey State Nurses Association, and has served with numerous state and national nursing organizations. While on faculty at St. Petersburg College she introduced an Alternative Health and Therapies Course for nurses. Her current work focuses on physical, mental, emotional and spiritual wellness thru self-awareness and personal responsibility.
Judyth Reichenberg-Ullman, ND, LCSW, DHANP is a licensed naturopathic physician board certified in homeopathic medicine. She is the author of Whole Woman Homeopathy and co-author of eight books on homeopathy including the best-selling Ritalin-Free Kids, and Prozac Free, A Drug-Free Approach to Asperger Syndrome and Autism, Rage-Free Kids, Homeopathic Self-Care, The Savvy Traveler’s Guide to Homeopathy and Natural Medicine (Spring, 2014) and Mystics, Masters, Saints and Sages: Stories of Enlightenment. Columnist for The Townsend Letter for Doctors for over 20 years, Dr. Reichenberg-Ullman has written hundreds of published articles on homeopathy. She has taught internationally and is past president of the International Foundation for Homeopathy. Dr. Reichenberg-Ullman practices at The Northwest Center for Homeopathic Medicine in Edmonds, WA and treats patients internationally by Skype. She can be reached at www.healthyhomeopathy.com or drreichenberg@gmail.com.
Bernard S. Siegel, MD, a retired Connecticut surgeon, is the founder of Exceptional Cancer Patients (ECaP), a therapy and healing program, and the author of numerous best-selling books, including his first, Love, Medicine and Miracles, and his two most recent, Book of Miracles and The Art of Healing. Bernie embraces a philosophy of living and dying that stands at the forefront of the medical ethics and spiritual issues our society grapples with today. He continues to assist in the breaking of new ground in the field of healing and personally struggling to live the message of kindness and love. His personal website is www.berniesiegelmd.com.
John Weeks has helped organize the most significant multidisciplinary collaborative forums among disciplines and stakeholders. He is Executive Director of Academic Consortium for Complementary and Alternative Health Care (ACCAHC) at accahc.org and Publisher-Editor of Integrator Blog News & Reports at www.theintegratorblog.com.
Len Wisneski, MD is clinical professor of medicine at George Washington University Medical Center, adjunct faculty in the Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Division of Integrative Physiology, at Georgetown University where he is a founding member of the Complementary and Alternative Medicine Curriculum Planning Committee and has taught a course in integrative medicine for several years. He also holds faculty positions in the Department of Medicine as well as The Department of Nursing at The University of Colorado. Dr. Wisneski is chair of the Integrative Health Policy Consortium.