Dr. Adam McLeod, ND, also known as Dreamhealer, brings a scientific framework to healing with intentions. He combines subtle energy that he connects with and cutting-edge biosciences to promote understanding of the healing process. At the age of 16 he wrote his first book ‘Dreamhealer’ and for the last 10 years has presented at conferences around the world showing audiences how to tap into their own innate healing abilities. To date he has written five best-selling books and narrated two DVDs. He has a First Class Honors degree in Molecular Biology and Biochemistry. He then graduated from Boucher Institute of Naturopathic Medicine as a Naturopathic Doctor. He currently practices at Yaletown Naturopathic Clinic in Vancouver, British Columbia where he focuses on integrative oncology.
Adam encourages everyone to play an active role in their own healing. His message is for others to become self-empowered, knowing that their own thoughts influence their body’s biochemistry to assist in their healing process. Adam’s techniques can be used in conjunction with any healing modality. At every workshop he performs unique group energy treatments to activate self-awareness that can be called either ‘attunements’ or ‘healings’.
Dr. McLeod has had a number of guest speakers at his conferences including Dr. Edgar Mitchell, who in the film “The Living Matrix” credits Dreamhealer with distantly healing his kidney carcinoma. He presented at the Association of Complementary and Integrative Physicians of BC conferences with Andrew Weil and David Suzuki. Adam was the keynote presenter at the Northwest Naturopathic Physicians Convention. More recently Dr. McLeod presented in a conference with Deepak Chopra.
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|The Centre for Integrative Healing||Naturopathic College BC||IONS (Institute of Noetic Sciences)|
|Make a Wish Foundation||Gilda’s Club in Toronto||Red Cross Katrina Fund|
|Red Cross Tsunami Fund||Red Cross Haiti Fund||Hans… Health Action Network|
|As many as 15 First Nations Bands||First Nations Health Conference||Yukon School Board|
|Vancouver City College|| Lac-Megantic, Quebec Train Derailment
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