Marion Bachra is a nutritionist in Bozeman licensed by the Montana Board of Medical Examiners to practice as a Clinical Nutritionist. She obtained her Bachelor in Nutrition at Montana State University, and her Master of Science in Clinical Nutrition at Loma Linda University in California.

As a Bozeman nutritionist, she uses a vast array of Nutritional Assessments tools, including dietary history, to perform nutritional, gastrointestinal, hormonal, metabolic, immunological, and neurotransitter assessments.

These nutritional assessments help uncover imbalances which than allow her to formulate individualized nutritional protocols.

Marion is also a Bozeman Chinese Herbalist and received her Chinese Herbalist degree from the Rocky Mountain Herbal Institiute which is located in Hot Springs Montana. As a Chinese Herbalist, she uses a comprehensive Chinese system of assessments which analyzes the configurations of the individual’s symptoms and signs, and in combination with a tongue and pulse assessment, allows her to formulate individualized Chinese Herbal formulas to help “balance out” the Chinese Organ Systems.

Marion Bachra also works at the Gesundheit! Nutrition Center in the afternoons on Thursdays, Fridays & Saturdays, where she can help you with questions about nutrition, hormones, metabolism, weight issues, aging, and inflammation.

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2019 Show

Track 1:


What is your concern about today’s Western Approach to Mental Health/Illness?

  • Pharmacological approach = limiting
    • because the cause is “chemical imbalance”
  • Bessel van der Kolk, MD about Prozac Stories
    • Benzodiazopenes (anti-psychotic) – it’s an “alarm-effective response”

Track 2:

Marion’s Story and personal experience

Track 3:

Jacobus Recap

Neuroplasticity – create familiar pathways

Track 4:

Learned Helplessness

Explaining Window of Tolerance

Track 5:

Recap of the first 2 hours

Repetition Compulsion (Reenactment)

Call with many compliments

Track 6:

Other Therapies

  • Mindfullness
    • Mindful Meditation
  • Chucks reason for meditation

Don’t go off of a medication cold turkey…

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