Lifestyle Medicine, the key to metabolic healing

Christie Barnett

Christie is an Advanced Practice Nurse with over 35 years experience working with people in mental health care. She currently has a private, outpatient psychotherapy practice in Millburn, NJ. You can follow her on Instagram at keto.nj

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  1. July 15, 2020

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