Are you at a Fork in the Road in your Life?
Which Path will You Choose?
The name “Fork in the Road” was chosen because clients come to me when they are “at a fork in the road in their lives”. This time of transition may take on many forms. My focus is health. I specialize in mental well-being; and in the relationship with all other parts of a person which play a role in such.
Your fork in the road may be physical, emotional, mental or even spiritual. Your relationship to yourself and your relationships with others can be transformed. If you are at a fork in the road, this may be an exciting time of growth for you!
I integrate effective modalities for my clients, creating a structured and unique approach to well-being.
Utilizing training from both holistic and mainstream sources makes my approach truly unique. By providing Session Highlights – a simple review of topics discussed during each session and Opportunity Work – further reading or exercises to practice, my clients grow as much between sessions as they do in office.
My goal is to provide clients with the tools that they need to regain their own stability, independence, and empowerment.
My training encompasses many disciplines — incorporating the physical aspects of Orthomolecular and Brain Health into Mental, Emotional and Energetic Well-Being to make this a truly holistic approach to health!
ABOUT Dr. Blythe Cleverly, PhD, DC’Ed, ROHP, nd
Dr. Cleverly is registered as an ‘nd’ (Naturopathy Diploma) through the APNN (Alliance Professionel / Naturopaths and Naturotherapists) located in Quebec, Canada since 2009.
Dr. Cleverly previously practiced and taught weekly at MEDIK Chronic Pain Medical Clinic in Dieppe, NB, working alongside Medical Doctors and other professionals.
People are naturally drawn to seek out Dr. Cleverly when they are at “a fork in the road” in their lives. This standstill might be on any level. Whatever the issue might be, clients are given the opportunity to “choose a clearer path”.
Education & Training
Dr. Cleverly holds a PhD in Holistic Health through the University of Holistic Health and Healing, based out of the USA. She also has her Doctorate in CORE Education/Counselling and training in psychology through the American Society of Alternative Therapists and through Harvard University, both located in Massachusetts.
Dr. Cleverly has received education in the Maritimes, Montreal, Toronto and New York, alongside doctors and Nurses who taught Therapeutic Touch and Orthomolecular Medicine in hospitals worldwide. She is an Orthomolecular Health Practitioner and Registered Holistic Nutrition Practitioner.
Dr. Cleverly received some of her nutrition training through CSNN Moncton and obtained the ROHP designation through the International Organization of Nutritional Consultants (IONC), a governing board for practitioners worldwide. For six years, Dr. Cleverly served on the board as the director for eastern Canada. She further served as the Eastern representative for the Canadian Society for Orthomolecular Medicine (CSOM) and the National Health Products Protection Association (NHPPA).
For four years, Dr. Cleverly served as head instructor at CSNN Moncton, specializing in teaching mental health and energetic anatomy. She has educated various groups through seminars and workshops. In the past, she has dedicated part of her time to teaching self esteem seminars to the young and giving voluntary supplemental/nutritional support to those in addiction services. She has had the privilege to address the New Brunswick Health Counsel regarding implementing complimentary medicine into our government’s current health structure.
There are many modalities that Dr. Cleverly is trained in to aid her clients. Blythe believes that knowledge is power and seeks to help others empower themselves. Dr. Cleverly’s training also includes Neurolinguistic Programing, Emotion Code, Psych-K, and other modalities (not listed). She is affiliated with Dr. Daniel Amen of the Amen Clinics, as a Brain Health Practitioner. She has also been trained in Mental Health First Aid and Safe-talk, through the Mental Health Commission of Canada.