Health Practitioner Profile

Nipuna Dasi

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​Tell us about your occupation.

Family Help Line Lead Coordinator

Why did you choose to go into your particular field of medicine/healthcare?

Resources for families can often be difficult to find and are often changing. I keep my eyes and ears open to stay up-to-date on the most current support, events, groups, and classes for families in Washington State

Where were you born?

Los Angeles

Where have you been?

All over the USA coastal states, Europe, India, Nepal, Eastern Asia and more

Medical style you grew up with?

Holistic, herbal, ancient wisdom, naturopathy, Ayurveda

Your views on health in your own home?

You are what you eat. Treat the cause, not just the symptom

The book that changed your life?

I read Roll of Thunder Hear my Cry when I was 10 years old and learned about the history of social injustice in America

What is the most difficult aspect of your work for you to accept?

People do the best that they can with what they have

What are you most proud of/grateful for about your work?

I listen nonjudgmentally

What is your go-to home-remedy for a cold?

Elderberry

What is the best advice you’ve ever received?

You only ever live in this moment

If you could stay home with a cup of coffee three days a week and research any area of health that pertains to your occupation, what would it be and why?

ACEs because that is the root

Favorite place to be?

On top of a mountain

What does self-health mean to you?

Being in balance

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Nipuna Dasi

Helpline Coach

Seattle, WA United States
Joined 8 months ago

“It is easier to build strong children than to repair broken men. ”

—Frederick Douglass

CONTACT INFO

Parent Trust for Washington Children

2200 Rainier Ave South Seattle, WA United States 98144
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Nipuna’s Specialties

Support, listening, resources for all families




Nipuna’s Top 3 Topics of interest

Childbirth
herbal remedies found in my local environment
anti- racism

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