Caroline Wilten - Brain Integration Technique Practitioner
Hello. My name is Caroline Wilten and I am a certified Brain Integration Technique (BIT) practitioner, having recently joined The Pratt Clinics. I found BIT eight years ago when I was searching for answers for my son’s learning challenges. BIT made such a large impact for my son and our family, that I jumped at the opportunity to learn more about it and become a practitioner myself, learning from Susan McCrossin at The Crossinology® Institute. Brain Integration offers a natural, drug-free alternative proven to resolve learning difficulties. I find it to be another piece of the puzzle for many people who are searching for answers for themselves or their children. I’ve been so personally gratified when I’ve been able to help those I’ve treated and see the impact of my work. I’ve had successes with this work such as an 8-year-old who moved up to his grade-level reading group, a middle schooler who says she feels more focused and her teachers are calling on her more, a high schooler whose anxiety has dramatically decreased, and a woman in her 30’s who is now reading books and enjoying them. I’m excited to share this modality with others and I’m thrilled to be joining this amazing team. I’m looking forward to meeting and sharing BIT with you.
Lindsay Christensen - Nutritionist
Lindsay Christensen graduated Summa cum Laude from National University of Health Sciences with her B.S. in Biomedical Science and an Emphasis in nutrition. She is currently in the process of completing her Master of Science in Human Nutrition, which will prepare her to practice as a Clinical Nutritionist. In addition to her clinical practice, Lindsay writes for several healthcare practitioners and websites, including Chris Kresser LAc, the Women’s Wellness Collaborative, Paleo Magazine, and ProHealth.
Lindsay’s personal experience with a complex illness in her late teens and early twenties led her to develop a deep passion for nutrition and ancestral health practices. Some of her areas of interest include nutrition for fertility, prenatal and children’s nutrition, gastrointestinal health, Lyme disease, mold illness, and nutrigenomics.
In her free time, Lindsay loves rock climbing, hiking, trail running, and skiing throughout the beautiful state of Colorado. When she’s not having adventures outside, Lindsay can be found immersed in a good book, cooking up healthy recipes in her kitchen, and spending time with her friends and family.
May Ly - Office Manager
May was born and raised in Colorado. She graduated from The University of Colorado Boulder with her B.A in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology.
She has had many different experiences in the health field throughout college. She is a certified phlebotomist and has done a lot of work as a CNA during her high school and college career working with Alzheimer patients.
During her free time, you will find her at baseball games, snowboarding, or spending time with friends and family. She loves traveling and hopes to someday travel all over the world.