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An interview with Dr. Lauren Tessier with Life After Mold; the East Coast’s only CIRS certified Naturopathic practice 



Watch as Dr. Lauren Tessier continues discussing how families recover after having mold in their indoor environments, and CIRS certified naturopathic practices in the East coast.

This week, we welcome the return of Dr. Lauren Tessier to continue our discussion from her last show on June 10th.
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Lauren Tessier, ND, is a Naturopathic Physician licensed by the state of Vermont. After a few years of practicing Functional & Integrative Medicine, Dr. Tessier noticed that there were some cases that were not responding as well to treatment as typically expected—especially the cases with a history of exposure to mold and water-damaged buildings. Driven by her curiosity and desire to help difficult cases, Dr. Tessier started treating biotoxin illness in 2013 and became a CIRS certified physician in 2016. In response to growing interest in her expertise, Dr. Tessier established Life After Mold; the East Coast’s only CIRS certified Naturopathic practice. She is also the current president of the International Society for Environmentally Acquired Illness.

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